Small Business Saturday is this Saturday!

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We are super excited for Saturday!

This Saturday, Nov. 26, in case you didn’t know, is Small Business Saturday. Now in its seventh year, Small Business Saturday is all about promoting small businesses and encouraging shoppers to explore the small businesses in their area where they can find products and services that they just can’t find in the big box stores or at the major chains.

We’re thrilled that small businesses get their very own day to shine. Going up against the major toy companies isn’t easy, but so far so good for Click-A-Brick.

We sincerely thank all of our customers and fans for letting us bring some joy and education into the lives of their children. That’s what this small business is in it for.

A few years ago, a tiny group of people banded together with the goal of bringing a more affordable building block onto the market that families didn’t have to take out a bank loan to buy. And, thanks to a solid fan base that is growing everyday, we have succeeded in that.

To all the other small businesses out there, we say keep doing what you’re doing. Keep offering people an alternative to the big companies. And to all the consumers who support those small businesses, you keep doing what you’re doing, too!

Let’s make this Small Business Saturday the most successful ever!

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Remember Veterans this Friday and Everyday

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We at Click-A-Brick thank our veterans here in the United States and we encourage you to do the same no matter where you live. It’s not an easy job being in the military and they deserve your thoughts and gratitude this Nov. 11 and every day of the year. 

Veterans Day was originally called Armistice Day and falls on Nov. 11 because that is the day the First World War officially ended in 1918. It was renamed Veterans Day in the United States in 1954. (And the official spelling does not have an apostrophe because it’s not a day that belongs to veterans, but rather a day that is for them.)

In some countries, it is known as Remembrance Day and people wear artificial poppies and in other countries, it is still known as Armistice Day.  

No matter how you do it, remember the veterans in your country and thank them for their service. 

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