Amsterdam Printing Lends Its Support to Small Business Saturday

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We are excited to announce that Amsterdam Printing is supporting Small Business Saturday® on November 24th!

The majority of our customers are small businesses and we want to support YOU in any way we can. Small Business Saturday, an event held between Black Friday and Cyber Monday and is dedicated to supporting small businesses like yours by shopping locally and making it your best sales day! After all, small businesses are the fuel of the economy and account for 2/3 of new jobs created!

As part of our support to spread awareness of the Small Business Saturday, we’re providing custom imprinted mugs, pens, and posters with Shop Small® and Small Business Saturday logos, FREE of charge. Local businesses can pick up this merchandise from Monday to Wednesday, between 3 and 5pm in the lobby of Amsterdam Printing at 166 Wallins Corners Rd, Amsterdam, NY 12010 (see map), while supplies last. Make sure to bring in your business card!

Local small businesses: Stop by to receive your free Small Business Saturday kits! (Nov 19-21st, between 3 and 5pm at 166 Wallins Corders Rd, Amsterdam, NY 12010)

Not Local? Other Ways to Get Involved In Small Business Saturday

American Express, founding partner of Small Business Saturday, has created a variety of ways to help raise awareness about the importance of supporting small businesses and motivate consumers to Shop Small.
Small business owners and their supporters can visit to take advantage
of some of these tools, including:

  • Free online advertising for qualifying small business owners
  • Social media tools to help local businesses spread the word about Small Business Saturday
  • Personalized point-of-purchase materials for small business owners to show their involvement in the program
  • Searchable map where consumers can search for American Express Card accepting small businesses near them

More About Small Business Saturday

November 24th marks the third annual Small Business Saturday, a day to support the local
businesses that create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the
country. Small Business Saturday was created in 2010 in response to small business owners’ most pressing need: more customers. More than 2.7 million Facebook users, 230 public and private organizations, 75 corporations and elected officials in all 50 states and Washington D.C. declared their support for Small Business Saturday last year. More than 500,000 small business owners leveraged an online tool or promotional materials for Small Business Saturday, 15,000 businesses signed up for free Facebook advertising to promote their products and services in the run up to Small Business Saturday.

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