If it is green and growing, it’s 25% off…and, it’s Small Business Saturday!
As we continue to enjoy the wonder of late autumn, we want to keep your focus on the garden and landscape and encourage you to make the turn to the holidays …and save. There are great opportunities for gardening in the weeks ahead and we want to help you make your landscape its best, before winter holidays arrive.
Digging in the dirt comes with less sweat equity (and with almost no sweat) this time of year. Now, since daylight saving time has ended, you might consider checking out your night-lights. The short day length does make for some adjustment when gardening. Either you have to become a morning person and utilize the morning availability of sunlight or do a work-around.
Situated between Black Friday and Cyber Monday is Small Business Saturday, a day created to encourage holiday shoppers to buy from local businesses. It began in 2010. Small Business Saturday takes place each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The event was started in an effort to boost spending at small businesses during the holiday season and help establishments remain open during the recession years.
Just a year after the shopping event was created, the Senate passed a resolution in support of Small Business Saturday. The day is now recognized nationwide, to emphasize shopping this Saturday at local stores. We hope you’ll make Bates Nursery and Garden Center one of your local choices!
Now let’s discuss Green Friday. We have a great selection of everything for your home landscape. We begin our Green Friday savings (which actually begins on Wednesday November 27th) by offering you, our BatesRewards members, 25% off everything that is growing and bags of EarthMix® Garden™. A 25% discount on every growing thing we offer: all trees, shrubs, groundcovers, fall flower bulbs, and poinsettias…all plants are on sale at 25% off, across-the-board. Come on in. Make your selections …and save, remember, its Green Friday season at Bates, sale ends December 5, 2019!
Come in; load up on savings,