Small Business Saturday 2018

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Small Business Saturday 2018 At Taboo Tabou

November 24th

We’ve got a smashing Small Business Saturday planned this year! After all, you know the importance of supporting small businesses. Besides the fact small businesses make your neighborhoods interesting they are also more likely to actually care about you and the neighborhood. Plus seriously, damn the man.


This year for Small Business Saturday we’re not just celebrating our amazing customers, but we are also celebrating other awesome small businesses and an important nonprofit, Resilience Chicago. Check out what we’ve got going on:

Join us Saturday November 24th:

There will be seriously amazing goodies in store from us. Free gift wrapping, sweets, hot chocolate (spiked because DUH) plus other goodies that we will announce the week of small Business Saturday. Wanna be the first to know? Make sure to join our email list or follow our Instagram where we always break new info fast!

Plant Shop Chicago Pop up 2 PM- 6 PM

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Join the guys from Plant Shop Chicago in our store! From 2 PM- 6 PM They’ll have an awesome pop up fit for a queen! This plant nursery is based in Albany park but is bringing all its toricals, succulents, cacti, and beautiful house plants for our customers to enjoy in our space. Pick their brains on some of their workshops or score the perfect succulent for your living room

 

Plus 10% of profits from The Plant Shop and us will be donated to Resilience.

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10% of profits of Small Business Saturday will be donated to Resilience, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the healing and empowerment of sexual assault survivors through non-judgmental crisis intervention counseling, individual and group trauma therapy, and medical and legal advocacy in the greater Chicago metropolitan area.  Wanna learn more about Resilience and how you can help? Check them out online.

 

This year shop small for the holidays and support businesses that care about your neighborhood and community.

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