Kalispell Chamber to serve as Small Business Saturday Information Center

Chamber will be open on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday

The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce announced today that it will be open on Black Friday and Small Business Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. During those days, the Chamber will provide information, answer questions, and serve hot coffee.

Shoppers needing information about Small Business Saturday participants and promotions offered for the event can also pick up a map and a list of businesses at the Kalispell Chamber. Those shopping at multiple Small Business Saturday locations will have the chance to enter a raffle for $50 in American Express gift cards.

"As the Kalispell organizer of Small Business Saturday, we invite the residents and our Canadian neighbors to visit the Chamber for information regarding the day’s festivities," said Kalispell Chamber President Joe Unterreiner. "We can answer questions about the event, provide direction, and give shoppers a great place to warm up."

Small Business Saturday is set for November 29, the day after Black Friday. The day 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.

To learn more about the Kalispell event, contact Gwendolyn Nix at [email protected] or 406-214-6405. To learn about the national initiative, 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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