Kalispell Chamber of Commerce – Last day to sign up for Small Business Saturday November 10

November 10 marks the final day to sign up to participate in Small Business Saturday

KALISPELL, Mont. (Nov. 5, 2014)–The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce announced today that the final day for participants to sign up for Small Business Saturday is Monday, November 10. The purpose of Small Business Saturday is to foster a strong network with other business owners and encourage residents to Shop Small this holiday season.

Signing up for Small Business Saturday is easy and participation is free. Small, independent businesses will be provided with free, customizable marketing materials to promote the event. They will also be featured in the Kalispell Chamber’s Small Business Saturday map, to be distributed valley wide, which will showcase each participating small business’ location.

"The Kalispell Chamber is pleased to hear the buzz Small Business Saturday has generated in our community," said Kalispell Chamber president Joe Unterreiner. "As the Kalispell organizer, we’ve doubled our efforts to make this event profitable for the local economy and have already seen a huge increase in awareness and business participation."

Small Business Saturday takes place November 29, the day after Black Friday. It presents a unique opportunity for small businesses to showcase the variety and quality of goods made locally in the Flathead Valley. From comic books and computer repair to camping gear and dining establishments, Small Business Saturday supports all types of retailers and service providers.

The event is supported by a national and local advertising campaign, fully financed by American Express and the Kalispell Chamber, respectively.

To sign up as part of the Kalispell network, contact Gwendolyn Nix at [email protected] or 406-214-6405. To learn more, visit

About the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau

Since 1904, the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce has been a leading voice in strengthening our community and the business climate in order to make Kalispell and the Flathead Valley an ideal location to live and work. The Chamber consists of 700 businesses and organizations that employ over half of the workforce in Flathead County, Montana.

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