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Part 1 of 3 -- Why is shopping small a sign of pure genius? Learn how to get that #ShopSmall swagger by reading this mini series on Worldly Thinkers who made it cool to think and be local!
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November 20, 2018

Part 1 | Worldly Thinkers Who Would Boycott Black Friday [and #ShopSmall ]

1. Mohandas Gandhi 


The Mahatma at the spinning wheel is the world’s icon of self-sufficiency, austerity, and contentment. Your life is your message, yo! After you grow your crops, spin your cloth, and pitch your tent -- why wouldn't you buy local?

2. Sister Wendy (Beckett) 


She lives a hermit's life in a trailer at a Carmelite convent in England. But when this consecrated virgin hosted her PBS art documentaries, she was so amped she practically jumped out of her nun’s habit. When this culture-vulture was unleashed in the Louvre, the Hermitage or the MOMA, her aesthetic onslaught gushed -- which is exactly how we feel about our local art!

3. The Beats | Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder

“A generation of crazy, illuminated hipsters rising and roaming America – serious bumming and hitchhiking everywhere, ragged, beatific, beautiful in an ugly, graceful new way.” 

Quite sure Jack and the boys would've bought local, and there's nothing mad about that.
Join us today and all through the holidays in beautiful Downtown Saline! Lots to choose from -- and oh so fun to wander around our historic sidewalks
under our pretty lights.

Begin your buy local journey here and find a place to park here
Life was meant for good friends 
and great adventures! 
Find them here for the holidays
in Downtown Saline.

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