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Small Business Saturday In Rye, Rye Brook Means Deals, Goodies

Erin Hinchey at Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything in the store is made in the U.S.
Erin Hinchey at Domestic Dry Goods Company, where everything in the store is made in the U.S. Photo Credit: Courtesy photo
Denise MacDonald, president of Wish in Rye.
Denise MacDonald, president of Wish in Rye. Photo Credit: Jeanne Muchnick
Some of the Landserg jewelers staff pose with Jeffrey and Susan Landsberg, far right.
Some of the Landserg jewelers staff pose with Jeffrey and Susan Landsberg, far right. Photo Credit: Landsberg Jewelers

RYE, N.Y. -- Store owners in Rye and Rye Brook are gearing up for Small Business Saturday Nov. 29, the American Express initiative to "shop local," with a host of discounts and complimentary snacks.

At the Brooklyn-esque Domestic Dry Goods Company (14C Rye Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook, 914-481-4822) where everything is made in the U.S., Owner Erin Hinchey is offering a sampling of food products.

The festive atmosphere continues at Wish (3 Purdy Ave., Rye, 914-967-2910) where complimentary wine and cheese will be served amidst the gift items.

Wine and cheese will also be offered at family-owned Landsberg Jewelers (132 S. Ridge St., Rye Brook, 914-510-8920) where everything will be 15 percent off. The store is also offering discounts on Heather B. Moore jewelry as part of a "spend more, get Moore" promotion.

At Arcade Books (15 Purchase St, Rye, 914- 967-0966), all New York Times bestselling hardcovers are 20 percent off and all hardcover books recently released to paperback are 40 percent off.

Weezie D . (22 Purchase St, Rye, 914-930-7355), known for its charitable gift giving and holiday sales, will be celebrating the day with a "Buy One, Get One 50 Percent Off" promotion.

Behind the deals and goodies, however, is a rallying cry for shoppers to recognize their neighbor-owners and the importance of shopping "small."

"Shop small is important to a thriving community and helps create jobs for a fruitful economy," said Louisa McTurner, owner of Weezie D, which also has a location in Bronxville.

Adds Domestic Dry Goods Hinchey: “People expect shopping to be a unique and rewarding experience but if all the unique and rewarding local boutiques go away there will be nothing left but cookie cutter mall stores. I personally shop local for about 80 percent of my buying and always have.”

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