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Holiday Shopping 101

Get ahead of your holiday shopping this year

Last minute holiday shopping is a time-honored tradition and this year it's being upended by the coronavirus pandemic. Retailers are kicking off the holiday season earlier than ever this year in hopes of avoiding big in-store crowds and shipping issues in November and December.

Stores that typically offer Black Friday deals over Thanksgiving weekend, are starting those great deals earlier so people don’t crowd their stores later, creating a potentially dangerous situation during a pandemic.

For retail stores and restaurants in Williamson County we need to be more supportive than ever in making sure we shop small and shop local.  

Here is a list of some of our great retailers:

* Stock and Trade

* OP Jenkins

* Lizard Ticket

* Eat The Frog Fitness

* DryBar

* The Registry

* Vtina Microblading

* Cool Springs Plastic Surgery

* Renew 360

* Spark: An Art Studio

* Holistic Connection

November Specials:

Taziki's holiday bundle includes:

  • 1 pint of Pimento Cheese, 1 Pint of Whipped Feta, 1 pint of Taziki, 1 pint of Hummus

  • 60 Baked Pita Chips

  • 60 Veggies (20 Carrots + 20 Celery + 20 Cucumber)

The bundle is $39.99 and available from November 15th - December 31st.

Black Friday is going to look a little different this year. Even if you're used to going in person to a certain store every year for its Black Friday sales, this year you're going to want to call ahead and confirm that they're going to be open on the big day.  Retails are anticipating that most stores will be pushing their online Black Friday sales more than ever - expect to see "Cyber Monday" sales kicking off long before the Monday after Thanksgiving.

Times to Shop: Small Business Saturday: Saturday, November 28