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'Tis the Season to Shop Small

​​Let's support our Phoenix small, local businesses this holiday season – and beyond – by shopping small!  Are you looking for that perfect gift for a friend or relative?  Visit a small shop in your neighborhood, a local vendor at your favorite festival or a small business selling on-line.

Shop Small​​

There are many ways to make a difference!  You can leave a positive online review, buy a gift card (or two), order take out directly from a restaurant or help spread the word that shopping small really matters.   

Here are some cool places to shop:

Boutiques & Shops: 

Farmers Markets:
Ahwatukee:  https://arizonacommunityfarmersmarkets.com/ahwatukee-farmers-market

Downtown PHX:  https://downtownphoenixfarmersmarket.org/

Farmer's Market High Street:  https://arizonacommunityfarmersmarkets.com/farmers-mkt-high-street

Roadrunner Park:  https://arizonacommunityfarmersmarkets.com/roadrunner-farmers-mkt

Uptown:  https://uptownmarketaz.com/

On-line Marketplace:
Shop Local First:  https://shop.localfirstaz.com/

Local Events

The weather is perfect!  Get outdoors and support our Phoenix small businesses during the holiday season.

Phoenix Flea – Small Business Saturday
November 26, 2022
Heritage and Science Park, Downtown Phoenix

Zona Music Festival
December 3 & 4, 2022
Hance Park, Downtown Phoenix

Phoestivus – Holiday Market
December 14 & 15, 2022
720 N. 5th Street, Downtown Phoenix


November 26, 2022

The entire nation is encouraged to “shop small" on November 26th for Small Business Saturday.  Our small businesses rely on a boost in sales during the holidays, as it's the busiest shopping time of the year.  Be part of the momentum and celebrate our Phoenix small businesses by shopping – or clicking – the day after Thanksgiving. 

Check out the “Shop Small" map of Phoenix businesses (link)​ to help keep the momentum going throughout the entire year.

When You Spend Here, Your Money Stays Here!

For every $100 spent at a locally owned business, $43 remains in the economy.

Local First Arizona