Small Business Saturday

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At PayFrog, we are passionate about partnering with small businesses to help them succeed. As a small business ourselves, we understand the hard work and dedication it takes to own and operate a small business. As a merchant service agent for small businesses, we truly believe that small businesses are the backbone of the many communities that make up our country. That is why we partner with Merchant Service Providers to offer trustworthy, efficient, and simple merchant services.

While we work hard to support small businesses year round, Small Business Saturday is a day that we here at PayFrog are excited to celebrate. Saturday, November 27th, marks a day that has officially been adapted as a day to support small businesses. As the day after Black Friday, Small Business Saturday is a chance for us to support the small businesses in our communities during one of the busiest shopping times of the year. Our team at PayFrog would like to invite you to help us celebrate Small Business Saturday by supporting the small businesses near you in a few simple ways: 

How to Support Small Businesses On Small Business Saturday

While small businesses are the backbone of our communities, they have many struggles that they must overcome on a daily basis in order to stay open. With the recent world wide pandemic, these struggles have only increased. With large retail stores taking up a large majority of the market, small businesses must fight to stay alive. Small Business Saturday was created to encourage communities to support their local small businesses in a variety of ways. So however you decide to celebrate Small Business Saturday, remember that your support will leave a lasting impact on not only your community, but on those who run those small businesses.   

Shop Small

One primary way you can support the small businesses in your community on Small Business Saturday is by shopping small. Small businesses are often overlooked when it comes to the fulfillment of simple needs. So whether you are looking for the perfect Christmas present or want a fresh cup of coffee, try to purchase those things from a small business.  

Share on Social Media 

Social media is a great way to get the word out on any small businesses that you feel deserve a shoutout. Whether you are a loyal customer at a clothing boutique or tried a new food at a local restaurant, snap a picture and share your experience on social media for your friends and family to see. Don’t forget to mention that it’s Small Business Saturday, the more we get the word out on this new holiday the more likely others are to participate. 

Leave A Review 

Small businesses don’t have the reputation that many large companies have. This means that the more positive reviews they receive, the more likely they are to be chosen over their large competitors. So whether you leave a review on Google or Facebook, it is an easy and crucial way to help your favorite small businesses succeed not only on Small business Saturday, but long term. 

Show Your Appreciation

Small business owners work long and hard hours attempting to keep their dream afloat. That is why Small Business Saturday is a great time to show your appreciation to the owners and workers of small businesses. While shopping small, remember to say a kind word and offer encouragement to those working at the small businesses you visit. Your appreciation will mean more than you know to the hardworking individuals who own a small business. 

Help Small Businesses Thrive With PayFrog  

While at PayFrog we believe that small businesses should be supported every day of the year, we are excited to partner with the communities in Florida and throughout the rest of the country to offer a surplus of support on Small Business Saturday. Whether you decide to post on social media about your favorite local restaurant or purchase a used car from a small dealership, every effort can make a huge impact on your small business community. For more information on how to support small businesses, don’t hesitate to contact us


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