Annual Retail Event Hosted by West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce Invites Consumers to Rub Elbows with the Stars in West Hollywood.
Proceeds from Retail Sales and Donations on Small Business Saturday, November 25th in West Hollywood go to Stories: The AIDS Monument
1:00 p.m. – SHARON TAY – CBS 2’s Emmy®-winning anchor at Beauty Collection. She’s available to share how to look flawless and “camera ready” for photos and meetings at 8951 Santa Monica Blvd. (Pavilions shopping center). http://www.beautycollection.com/
3:30 p.m. – “THE GOLDBERGS” WENDI MCLENDON-COVEY (Award-winning Actress/Producer) at B2V Salon (646 N. Doheny) https://b2vsalon.com with Vanity Girl Hollywood Pop Up store’s exciting new beauty products, mimosas, and treats from La Conversation, along with more surprise celebrity guests | http://www.vanitygirlhollywood.com/
4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m – The Abbey Food & Bar cocktail reception for “Stars That Shop” Small Weho celebrities, store owners, guests and appearance by Honorable West Hollywood Mayor, John Heilman. Introduction by Keith Kaplan, West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
Board of Directors, Chairman, Complimentary appetizers, CASH bar. 692 North Robertson Blvd.
Small Business Saturday is a day to celebrate and connect shoppers to local small businesses, and this year we’re excited that several local celebrities will be participating in West Hollywood! Created by American Express in 2010 to respond to small business owners’ need for more customers during the holiday shopping season, this annual event has grown to 112 million consumers nationwide. Small Business Saturday takes place each year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
WHERE: #shopsmallwheo | #shopsmall |For a full list of participating stores, www.wehochamber.com/shopsmall
The West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce (WHCC) are encouraging people in the community to Shop Small® and support locally owned businesses. With only four weeks prior to the holidays, residents and visitors are encouraged to join millions of consumers across the nation to Shop Small on the first shopping Saturday after Thanksgiving. Proceeds from store retail sales and donations go to STORIES: The AIDS Monument to memorialize the devastation of AIDS on our nation and honor the courage of activists, caregivers, and community leaders. We lost approximately 650,000 Americans to AIDS, more than the total American deaths from World Wars I and II combined. www.AIDSMonument.org