Community Invited to Show Love and Shop Small at The Mall at Fairfield Commons

Celebrate local businesses on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 27

Local and small businesses serve as community staples, allowing for guests to explore and shop for unique gifts, crafts from local artisans, and handmade items. To spotlight the businesses that help make Beavercreek a special place, The Mall at Fairfield Commons invites guests to shop local on Small Business Saturday on Nov. 27 and throughout the holiday season.

The Mall at Fairfield Commons is home to over 40 small and locally owned businesses, including Rose and Remington noted for fashionable women’s clothing, Bella Devine offering formal and bridal apparel, The Olde Farmstead featuring unique home décor and gift items and Original 151 noted for authentic Pokémon merchandise and many more small businesses.

“The holiday season is a special time for guests to explore our town center and find the perfect gifts for their friends and families,” said Leanne Rubosky, General Manager, Mall at Fairfield Commons. “At the Mall at Fairfield Commons, we are proud to be home to more than thirty small businesses that help keep our community thriving. Through Show Love. Shop Small, guests can show their support for local businesses starting on Small Business Saturday and continuing throughout the entire holiday shopping season.”

Show Love. Shop Small. demonstrates the town center’s ongoing dedication to helping small businesses grow and thrive. As a goodwill ambassador, the Mall at Fairfield Commons continues to find new ways to advocate for all members of the community throughout the year.

For more information about The Mall at Fairfield Commons and their upcoming holiday events, please visit

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