Skip Black Friday and shop Cincinnati Small Business Saturday.

Cincinnati Small Business Saturday – Small Business Saturday is November 25. In 2010, American Express founded Small Business Saturday to help the local economies stay strong. In Hamilton County, more than 11,000 Black-owned businesses are in operation. Below is a list of non-food retail businesses from The Voice of Black Cincinnati Black Business Database.

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Black-Owned Outerwear (Downtown)
Fashion created to promote excellence in men, women and kids. 

Blossoms Florist (Lockland)
A full-service florist with a dedicated staff to serve individual clients are a large group.

Corporate (Downtown)
A premiere sneaker and clothing shop.

Hard II Knock Shoppe (Clifton)
Get latest in urban trends and news.

Kilimanjaro African Heritage (Clifton)
African art, clothing and other pieces.

Mabbam (Downtown)
Clothing and accessories for men, women and kids.

Murrelle’s Florist (Downtown)
A full-service florist ready to serve small and large orders.

Polk’s Petals (Colerain)
A full-service florist with custom floral designs.

Ragg Addict (Downtown)
Latest streetwear trends for men.

Smith & Hannon Bookstore (Downtown)
exquisite works embodied with rich African-American history.

Speedy Signs and Apparel (Sharonville)
Purchase all your signs, apparel and promotional item needs.

Switch (Downtown)
Fine modern lighting. 

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Be sure to support Cincinnati Black-owned small businesses in your area. If you would like to have your Black-owned business added to the list, please submit your business to The Voice of Black Cincinnati Black Business Database. Get a head start on Cyber Monday by checking out these Black-owned online retailers. Happy shopping!

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