As the tradition celebration of love approaches, the shops and restaurants of Downtown Ferndale are ready to be part of Valentine’s Day magic.
Oakland County Executive Dave Coulter joined local business leaders at VITRINE in Berkley to encourage holiday shoppers to purchase gifts and other items locally, especially on Small Business Saturday.
Submit receipts and your mailing address to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 25 to get your Downtown Berkley Bucks.
Their retail space at 808 W. 14 Mile in Clawson has items by over 60 artists, and for the holiday shopping season they’ve added a popup location at 1060 W 14 Mile Rd (upstairs from Haberman Fabrics)
Visit Holly Antiques at 118 S Saginaw St in Downtown Holly and check them out online at www.HollyAntiques.com.
Modern Natural Baby continues to provide customers with a wide-variety of toys, games, books, clothes, and other items for families with babies and young children.
Ferndale Ready for Small Business Saturday (Downtown Ferndale, Nov. 19, 2018) Ferndale, MI – The movement to support local communities by shopping local has taken hold across the country, but few places are more committed to this effort than here in Oakland County. On Monday, October 22, 2018, Ferndale City Council proclaimed November 24,…
How to Like the Businesses that Like Us (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 23, 2017) Oakland County, MI – The Oakland County Times is all about doing what we can to make our communities here in Oakland County more informed, inspired and united. We are very lucky to have local businesses that support our work and…
Top Ten Reasons to Support Local Business
The following comes from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (www.ilsr.org), a national nonprofit organization working to strengthen independent businesses and local economies, and is reprinted here with permission.