TORONTO, Nov. 1, 2021 /CNW/ – The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is launching a new contest to encourage Canadians to celebrate and support small business this holiday season. Consumers, as well as business owners and staff, can enter until November 28 for a chance to win $2,000 at SmallBusinessEveryDay.ca.
This nostalgic Small Business Saturday colouring sheet creates a holiday tradition that brings families and friends together. It’s a reminder of the joy small businesses bring to their communities during the holidays and an appreciation for the support Canadians gave to local businesses throughout the pandemic. Together, small businesses, their employees, their customers, and Canada’s media outlets can make these holidays a special time.
Publications that wish to support the small businesses in their community can include the colouring sheet in their print editions between now and November 28. It can be downloaded at cfib.ca/sbscolouring.
Media organizations can also give their audience a chance to win by promoting the contest and directing Canadians to SmallBusinessEveryDay.ca.
Small Business Saturday Contest details:
- What: A chance to win one of 10 cash prizes of $2,000, or five $150 eBay gift cards, to show support for small business.
- Where: Enter at SmallBusinessEveryDay.ca.
- When: Until November 28, 2021.
- Who: All adults residing in Canada can enter. One entry per person. No purchase required.
- Why: To promote shopping at small businesses this holiday season.
Small Business Saturday (November 27) is brought to you by CFIB and American Express® and supported by eBay Canada.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is Canada’s largest association of small and medium-sized businesses with 95,000 members across every industry and region. CFIB is dedicated to increasing business owners’ chances of success by driving policy change at all levels of government, providing expert advice and tools, and negotiating exclusive savings. Learn more at cfib.ca.
SOURCE Canadian Federation of Independent Business