Whether you realize it or not, every time you pick up a cup of coffee from your favorite neighborhood cafe or buy a gift from a local artist's online store, and even attending a class at your local yoga studio, you're shopping small and making a huge difference.
In fact, for every $100 spent, $68 recirculates and remains in our local economy. This is compared to just $43 when you spend money at a national chain. This ultimately strengthens the base of our entire community.
In addition to giving our community distinct character, here are a few other fun facts about the why it's important to shop one-of-a-kind small businesses:
Residents of neighborhoods with more local businesses log 26 percent less automobile miles
Small businesses donate almost 2.5x more per employee to local charitable causes than large, national competitors
Up to 90 percent of net new jobs in the U.S. are created by locally owned businesses
So this holiday season, as you are doing your gift-giving shopping, join us in shopping small and supporting our small, locally owned businesses! To learn more about more incredible small, local businesses, check out Local First Arizona.
As a thank you to our community we are keeping our Black Friday sales live through Monday, November 29 in honor of this year's Small Business Saturday. Whether you are shopping for yourself, gifting to another, or even just sharing our small business with others, we thank you for your support.
Elevate Yoga Small Business Saturday Offers
NEW? Check out ➡️ DEAL #1
RETURNING? Head over to ➡️ Deal #2
READY TO GO PRO? This one is for you ➡️ Deal #3
Perfect for anyone that is new to the studio or has been away from their practice for 6+ months.
Great for anyone who is returning to their practice wanting to get started again or for our current Casual or Frequent Flyers that want to add more classes onto their membership!
For anyone currently coming to the studio that has been wanting their own hammock, those that are new, or those that practice with us from home (click here to read about why you should get your own hammock).
Questions? Feel free to text us: (602) 456-2762 or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.