The Nationwide Day to Shop Small®

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Small Business Stories

"Be Certified"Submitted by Business Owner

Healthcareer Group in Norcross, Georgia

I am grateful and often overwhelmed by stories from my students. Everyday I receive text messages, emails, and phone calls from them telling me of their excitement. On yesterday morning, Angelica C. texted; “Good morning,…. Can’t talk I’m at work but just got great news!!!!!!….I got the job for labor and delivery surgical tech!!!! In... Read More

Submitted by Customer

Spotless Castle in Astoria, New York

Spotless Castle is the best. They cleaned my 2 bedroom flat in no time at all. The fllors were shiny, they dusted the entire flat and the kitchen looked like when I first moved in. I strongly recommend Spotless Castle for your cleaning needs. The results were far and above any cleaning service I had... Read More

the glass slipper in glenside, Pennsylvania

very cute shop with great prices on unique jewelry and accessories. michelle the owner is helpful. a great addition to the keswick village shops. Find out more about the glass slipper in glenside, Pennsylvania.

seguin refrigeration in San Antonio, Texas

It was 1 year ago 1 day before thanksgiving when my refrigerator decided to die out on me, and all my family was coming to spend thanksgiving day with me at my home. I called several places and they were giving me outrageous prices just to come out and check my fridge. My friend told... Read More

Cato Clothing in Seagoville, Texas

When Cato came to Seagoville I was so excited, we had not had a dress shop in Seagoville since the 80s. We had a precious little shop called “Rags for Dolls”, and I was blessed to have worked there for quite a while. Cato was and has remained to be tops with me and many... Read More