Thursday, November 15, 2012

Small Business Saturday Is Nov. 24th

There are so many great small businesses in the Wildwoods to support, year round.

On November 24th, the third annual Small Business Saturday - a nationwide push to support small businesses - will be celebrated as the holiday shopping season gets underway...


The Wildwood Business Improvement District (WBID) encourages everyone to shop locally during the 3rd Annual Small Business Saturday®, a nationwide effort dedicated to supporting small businesses on one of the busiest shopping weekends of the year.

On Sat., Nov. 24, the WBID invites everyone to help fuel the local economy and “shop small” at their favorite Downtown Wildwood shop or restaurant to find great deals and unique gifts.

Located from Cresse Avenue to 26th Street, Downtown Wildwood is comprised of 26 blocks of eateries, unique shops, bars, hotels/motels and fun things to do and see – including cool new streetscapes with loads of curb appeal, new banners, curbs, neon signs, streetscapes, decorative lighting, additional street furnishings and eye-catching directional signs.

“Shopping small can have a big impact,” said John Donio, president of the WBID.

“Shopping local can also make a huge difference in our local economy – and visitors to Downtown Wildwood will find some great deals and enjoy a festive shopping experience that is characteristically Wildwood,” he added.

Downtown Wildwood offers many independently owned retail shops for gifts, clothing and apparel, jewelry, homemade candy and fudge, fresh flowers, bicycles and more.

In addition, there are many distinctive and fun restaurants, bars and pubs offering all types of fare - from fresh seafood to Italian and Continental cuisine, as well as classic offerings like burgers, wings, sandwiches, homemade soups and salads, along with a large selection of beers and spirits from behind the bar.

For more information about Small Business Saturday®, visit

For more information about the Wildwoods Business Improvement District, please visit or call 609-523-1602.

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