November 25, 2020
Shop Small in Prescott
Part of Prescott’s charm is its quaint downtown atmosphere, propped up by an active small business community. From eateries and bars on Whiskey Row to boutiques and shops along the way, Prescott’s small-town personality shines among its storefronts.
It’s why Small Business Saturday is so important, every year and this year in particular, as small business owners struggled through turbulent economic times brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognized this year on November 28, routinely the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Small Business Saturday encourages patronage of small businesses as opposed to big-box retailers and corporate entities.
At Talking Rock, that’s an easy errand. Just minutes from downtown Prescott, residents at Talking Rock can easily make a day of visiting boutiques such as French Hen, LeFebvre’s, or Mary & Ed before grabbing a bite at a locally-owned restaurant and finishing the day with a locally-brewed beer at Prescott Brewing Company.
And that’s just one option.
Maybe you’d prefer to visit Fancy That or Scarlett’s Curated Collection before enjoying the patio at The Barley Hound and finishing up at Thumb Butte Distillery. There’s no doubt Prescott has options, and there’s no doubt the support can be felt.
Since Small Business Saturday began in 2010, consumers have reported spending about $12 billion a year in recognition of the day. That goes a long way, especially this year.
To learn more about Talking Rock’s proximity to Prescott’s lively downtown, click here.