17 places you need to shop this small business Saturday

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Time for holiday shopping—let’s do it local! (Sarah Gronberg / Hville Blast)

We hear “shop local” a lot this time of year. But why is this so important?

According to the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce, approximately $68-73 dollars goes back into local activity for every $100 spent shopping local. That’s a huge impact.

Not only does shopping local impact the local economy, it brings together the community. Besides, you don’t get to meet locals and Huntsville small business owners on Amazon (*wink*).

We’ve talked with several of those small business owners to get their stories and what makes their businesses truly special. So, we decided to round up many of them (plus some extras) for a Small Business Saturday gifting guide—let’s get to it!

For the fashionista

Classy, Audrey Hepburn-inspired gifts. (Sarah Gronberg / Hville Blast)

BONUS: Check out this guide to 5 boutiques in Huntsville for sweater weather.

For the accessorizer

Yala Avenue is a little gem in the Clinton Row Shops.

For the home decor enthusiast

Pimentos’ cozy atmosphere makes for a calming shopping experience.

For the lover of all things vintage

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AM Collective is like a treasure chest for gifts. (Sarah Gronberg / Hville Blast)

For the health-conscious friend

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Grab some calming movement this season. (Light on Yoga / Facebook)

For the one who just wants consumables (AKA food)

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I’d be more than happy to receive a gift like this. (Sarah Gronberg / Hville Blast)

For the kiddos

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Find *the* cutest toys and clothes at Little Cotton Shoppe.

What Huntsville stores are you hitting this Small Business Saturday? Let us know by tagging us on social media @hvilleblast or by using our hashtag #hvilleblast.

Sarah Gronberg
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