East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District invites you to shop small this Small Business Saturday as it introduces 19 newly opened businesses.
November 26 is Small Business Saturday and participating retailers, restaurants, bars, and other businesses in South Philadelphia’s East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District will begin to offer great seasonal specials and promotions to celebrate on Black Friday with some continuing throughout the weekend. With more than 160 independently-owned businesses taking part, there are sure to be plenty of deals to take benefit of.
Ill Exotics will offer 25-50% off select plants and reptiles. If you’re looking to adopt, please bring photos of your existing habitat. Latchkey will give you $5 off new vinyl records if you show proof of purchase from any East Passyunk Ave shop.
Looking for some unique, handmade holiday gifts this year? Check out the 12th annual Ornament Show at Nice Things Handmade. With more than 30 local artists represented, you’re sure to find something for everyone on your list.
Head over to Occasionette where the first 50 people in the shop each day on the 25th, 26th, and 27th will receive a scratch-off with a prize. And if you spend $100 or more, you’ll get a $10 gift card for future purchases.
On Black Friday, get a free Fellini Beanie with purchases at South Fellini, while supplies last. On Small Business Saturday, the first 30 customers will get a free Wanamaker tote bag. And on Sunday, the 27th, socks are 50% off.
Other participating shops include A Novel Idea, Black ‘n Brew, Cartesian Brewing and more. Additionally, East Passyunk Avenue will also be ringing in 19 new businesses that have opened along the mile-long corridor since October 2021. some of these new ventures include Juana Tamale, MilkJawn, Cartesian Brewing, City Fitness, Mish Mish Kouklet Brazilian Bakehouse Super Loa Whiplash Allure Ocho Rios Parrilla, and The Dutch.
“This holiday season, people’s commitment to shopping locally can mean a world of difference for our independent business community. When you spend locally, your dollar goes further, making a personal and positive impact that resonates through Philadelphia’s small businesses.” – Adam Leiter, Executive Director of the East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District.
To learn more about Small Business Saturday on East Passyunk Avenue, head over to the East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District site at www.visiteastpassyunk.com.