Closet America–Your Local Custom Closet Company–Celebrates Small Business Saturday
This year Closet America is celebrating small business week by encouraging people from all around Baltimore, Northern Virginia and Washington DC, to shop local on this year’s Small Business Saturday, November 29th. In a week filled up with Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we believe it has become increasingly important to keep our communities shopping at our neighborhood establishments.
Shop Local with Closet America
Started by American Express in 2010, Small Business Saturday occurs on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. In 2013 an estimated $5.5 Billion was spent at small independent businesses that support local communities. Closet America is proud to be a local custom closet manufacturer and installation specialist that serves our local communities.
Founded in 2009, and headquartered in Lanaham, Maryland, we employe local citizens to our custom closet and organization team. Additionally, Closet America gives back to the local community by donating our custom closet organization solutions to groups like Habitat for Humanity and local schools. One of the many reasons our clients choose to work with Closet America is they know that they are supporting their local community.
Recognized nationally as one of the fastest growing wood companies in North America, Closet America is proud to call the Mid-Atlantic region home. Our custom closet organization team at Closet America, serves customers in the greater Washington D.C., and Baltimore areas including Maryland and Northern Virginia. Known for an unbeatable custom closet organization system guarantee, Closet America has won numerous customer service awards for our custom closet organization systems including “Angie’s List Super Service Award,” and “Best of Houzz-Service.” Additionally, we have an outstanding A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
We are excited to help make 2014’s Small Business Saturday exceptionally successful for our small business members and our community as a whole! Please join us in Shopping Local on Saturday November 29th, 2014!
You don’t have to limit your support of small businesses to just this one day, either. Think local year-round, and both you and our community will benefit even more.