Posts Tagged "Mother’s Day"

Make Mom Proud with Mother’s Day Gifts from Local Businesses

Make Mom Proud with Mother’s Day Gifts from Local Businesses

If Mom always taught you to do things the right way, then it’s time to show her what you’ve learned. As Mother’s Day quickly approaches, U.S. consumers will reach into their wallets for the most important woman in their lives, and just like the thought, it’s where they spend the money that counts. Mother’s Day gifts that come from local businesses will show love for Mom and the community. The…read more →

Dine Local this Mother's Day

Dine Local this Mother's Day

Whether she’s telling you to eat your vegetables or trying to convince you to come home for a visit this summer, she always wants the best for you. So it’s no surprise that you want only the best for her on Mother’s Day.

Show Mom Some Local Love this Mother's Day.

Show Mom Some Local Love this Mother's Day.

What will you treat mommy-dearest to on her special day? This year, the average American will shell out nearly $169* on gifts for Mother’s Day, making it one of the largest gift-giving holidays in the country. From flowers, to clothes and accessories, to spa treatments and of course the traditional Mother’s Day brunch, the projected total to be spent on moms is $20.7 billion.*

Show Mom Some Local Love this Mother’s Day

Show Mom Some Local Love this Mother’s Day

What will you treat mommy-dearest to on her special day? Last year, the average American shelled out nearly $153* on gifts for Mother’s Day, making it one of the largest gift-giving holidays in the country.

Show Mom Some Local Love this Mother's Day.

As the second-largest holiday for gift-giving, Mother’s Day will find the average American shelling out nearly $153* on mommy-dearest this year, selecting gifts at florists, clothing/accessory shops, personal services {such as spas} and of course at restaurants for an estimated total of $18.6 billion*. Imagine what an impact you could make on your local community if you treated Mom to some “local” love?

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