Join in as Greg Taylor checks in from South Philly to discuss and topic that has become more relevant today than ever before. As Small Business Saturday has recently passed, make sure you take time to support a small business today. While some corporations are performing well during the lockdown, many local businesses have suffered.
Today’s Trinity Web Minute is all about thinking small and impacting an organization that needs it most. Tune in and let us know the different ways you have been supporting the smaller players on the field.
Make a difference and support a small business.
Hey everybody, Greg Taylor from Trinity Web Media here’s another bonus episode of the new Marketing Show coming to you from South Philly. You know, sometimes I just shoot these videos, and I do these little quick podcasts, anything that’s on my mind. And I just wanted to talk about supporting small businesses.
You know, we just got through Small Business Saturday, which is cool, which is awesome. But why are we waiting for one day a year to support a small business. I’m here in South Philly, I go to a local butcher here that I like, I gotta love Barney’s Prime Meats. Because I know him, I support him.
I support his business, it’s not convenient. For me, I think I’ll overbridge pay a toll and do all this stuff. But here’s the thing, it’s necessary. It’s necessary because in turn as a small business, and as a member of the community, I would love people to support me in a sport training web media. So in order for that to happen, I’ve got to do my part.
You know, supporting a small business is not always, it’s not always, it’s way easier to win. It’s way easier to just order something from Amazon or order something from instacart and things like that. But who are you supporting, you’re not supporting your community, you’re not supporting anything. Let’s not support small businesses one day a year.
Let’s support them whenever we can, you know, in this current reality, as messed up as the economy maybe or as messed up as the world, maybe in the pandemic, businesses rely on us, the consumer to help however we can.
If you can’t spend money there, or if you don’t have the extra income, maybe to spend an extra dollar and a cup of coffee in your local spot. Here are some other things you can do. share their information on social media, tell somebody about them. post about them.
If you get an email from them forwarded to a friend who may be interested, there are so many ways you can support small business that doesn’t necessarily take money. So here I am, I’m trying to do my part every day and this holiday season.
So hoping that everybody else can play a little part in something bigger than you know. Just play their part in something bigger.
So anyway, thanks for checking us out. We’ll talk to you soon.