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These are the people in your neighborhood

by on November 26, 2013

Patrick Marks, The Green Arcade

Shopping locally can be a wonderful way to get in touch with your neighborhood and avoid all the crazy of Black Friday.

We’re supporting American Express’ Shop Small initiative this year by asking our members to leave a note or two that feature small businesses in their neighborhoods.

Or, maybe you’re a small business owner? Why not put yourself on the Findery map?

This season, Leave a Note with the tag “ShopSmall“.

All the best from Findery.

Photo: Hello Neighbor

A taste of small business on Findery
ABQ Trolley Company, Albuquerque
Austin Art Garage, Austin
Bibliohead Bookstore, San Francisco
Black Bear Bakery & Cafe, St Louis
Book/Shop, Oakland
Bull City Arts Collaborative, Durham
California Store, Columbia
HoneyButter, Atlanta
Irwin Street Market, Atlanta
The Jimtown Store, Healdsburg
Laughing Man, New York
Makeshift Society Brooklyn, Brooklyn
Mario’s Italian Lemonade, Chicago
Paradox Bookstore, Wheeling
Provenance Antiques, Atlanta
Raised by Wolves, Brooklyn
Rickshaw Bagworks, San Francisco
Rococo Baby, Santa Rosa
Rowe Designs, Newport
Saffron, Brooklyn
Splash Studio, Milwaukee
Spuds Green Lake, Seattle
Swede’s Feeds, Kenwood
Tail of the Yak, Berkeley
The Green Arcade, San Francisco
The Quilting Loft, Seattle
The Willow Glen Collective, San Jose
Used & Abused, Atlanta

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