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At Riverland Bank, we’re community-based and community-focused, which means Small Business Saturday, the nationwide “shop small” movement aimed at helping small businesses thrive, is not only important to our work – but close to our hearts.
Given the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, small businesses need community support more than ever. Riverland is taking steps to encourage communities to do just that on Small Business Saturday, this year held on November 28. As part of our commitment to community, Riverland employees are being given $25 gift cards intended to be spent at small businesses in their communities.
Brandon loves a good cup of coffee, check out his favorite, The Coffee Shop NE.
Michelle has a sweet spot for Sarah Janes Bakery.
Our avid reader, Kelli, supports her local bookstore, The Storied Owl in St. Paul.
Taylor likes to stop in Radermacher’s Fresh Market for some morning donuts and don’t forget Ace Hardware for your home needs.
Stina suggests Roet’s Brewery for a hometown brew.
Annie likes to stop in at Clancy’s for a great burger or pizza.
Learn more about Small Business Saturday at americanexpress.com/us/small-business/shop-small. If you’re a small business, check out these Shop Small® resources.
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