Shop Small

Small Business Saturday is November 28, 2020

Downtown retailers will have free Shop Small tote bags (while supplies last) and special offers on Small Business Saturday, November 28. We encourage you to Shop Small every day and support our downtown businesses. Please wear a mask and shop safely.

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Free tote bags (while supplies last) will be available on November 28 at:

• A New Leaf

• Art by Alyssa

• ChrisPy’s Liquors & Lottery, Inc

• Copper Dog Books


• Hammer and Stain North Shore

• Paper Asylum

• Studios at Porter Mill

• The Golden Hanger

• The Salty Cottage


Additional specials on November 28:

• Beverly Bootstraps Thrift Shop – For 50% off all clothing (including the Boutique at 198), “shop small, shop local” at the Beverly Bootstraps Thrift Shop, at 198 Rantoul St, on Small Business Saturday, Nov 28 from 10am-2pm.

The Cheese, Please! Food Truck will be serving delicious mac & cheese, grilled cheese, salads and more from the parking lot.

For the special thrifter in your life, purchase gift certificates in store or online at

• Nanci’s International Jewellery / Memory Lamps of Beverly has online ordering and curbside pick up of Memory Lamps.

• The Cabot Lodge – Open 10am-5pm for hotel tours and gift cards! Our gift cards make the perfect holiday gift for friends and family! When you purchase a gift card for $100 or more, receive an additional $25.

Downtown retailers – please email Heather for more information.

Why Shop Small?

The Shop Small movement started in 2010 as a way to showcase our small businesses that drive our local economies. It kicks off each season on Small Business Saturday – the Saturday after Thanksgiving. There are some very good reasons to shop small instead of at the mall. You’ll get better customer service and personalized attention since staff at small businesses are usually the owner, a family member of the owner or someone who reports directly to the owner. Much of the sales and meals taxes you pay come back to Beverly in the form of local aid. It’s also good for the whole city as small businesses often “pay it forward.” They invest in the local community through volunteer work, in-kind contributions and donations to charities and community organizations, so the impact of your purchase goes right back into the local economy. Small businesses often buy their supplies from and get building work done by other local businesses. Shopping small helps create and support local jobs, and you’ll probably run into your friends and neighbors while you’re shopping!