This column is sponsored by BizLaunch, a division of Arlington Economic Development.
Over the weekend and especially in Arlington, shoppers came out across the country to support local businesses on Small Business Saturday.
Here in Arlington, BizLaunch has been abuzz with local businesses showcasing their products, offering special discounts or even giving a behind-the-scenes preview of their stores. With small business facing many challenges this year, there’s never been a more important time to #shopsmall and specifically #shoparl.
There’s still time to have your business featured on our social media or if you have a favorite business that you’d like for us to profile let us know in the comments. Sign up today and check out some of the businesses we featured as part of Small Business Saturday below.
Follow @aedbizlaunch on Instagram to see more features from local businesses.
Now we want to hear from you. In the comment section, let us know your favorite local businesses that you’d like to see us profile.
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