By Guy Chapman – Navarro County Gazette
“Small Business Saturday,” the local shopping holiday held the first Saturday after Thanksgiving, celebrates local business by encouraging shoppers to “Shop Small.” For each dollar spent locally, 67 cents stays in Corsicana.
The shopping event, which originated in 2010, will be observed in several local businesses in addition to having Small Business Saturday Welcome Centers in Downtown Corsicana.
The Pocket Park on Beaton welcome center will be hosted by Main Street Director Amy Tidwell along with 106.9 The Ranch.
The Storefront Bookstore, located at 203 N. Commerce Street, will also serve as a center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., featuring the C&S Baking food truck, in-shop vendors, and live music. The bookstore will also be offering snacks, beer, wine, books and new merchandise, including free “Shop Small” tote bags while supplies last.
While this list features information provided to the Navarro County Gazette, local Navarro County businesses are encouraged to share their sales with us by e-mailing email@example.com.
Featured businesses include:
Free “Shop local” shirt with $50 purchase
20 percent off store-wide
10 percent off purchase
20 percent off seasonings/pepper blends (Online only)
Small margaritas for $4
Four street tacos for $5
Cheese enchiladas for $7.99
10 percent off purchases over $50
20 percent off all items in boutique
50 percent off back issue graphics
25 percent off graphic novels (does not include Manga)
20 percent off t-shirts
*exclusions may apply
The Pink Peony
10 percent off entire store (Cannot be combined with other discounts)
Prayers From Heaven
15 percent off entire boutique
The Red Brumby
30 percent off select items
The Scene on Beaton
10 percent off rental space (Booking through March 2022)
Scrapbooking Bundle Kits by Simple Stories for only $10 (a $20 value)
Self Revolution Yoga (Located at The Scene on Beaton)
10 percent off December classes
25 percent off resident books through December
$10 gift card for every $75 spent on Saturday
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