Promote Kiva Zip Entreprenurs on Small Business Saturday and get a free t-shirt!

Small Business Saturday is approaching quickly this year - taking place next Saturday, November 29th!

With the goal of helping businesses get more customers through their doors, American Express launched Small Business Saturday in 2010 and it has grown each year into a powerful movement. It is a day dedicated to encouraging people to shop small and local on the day after Thanksgiving.

Kiva Zip wanted to incorporate the awesome small businesses we work with all over the United States. So, this year we not only want to encourage you to visit these businesses, but we want to know about it!

Take a photo at the business(es) you choose to patronize and post it to your Twitter account using the hashtags #WhyIZip and #SmallBusinessSat, and tag us in your post by using @kivazip.

As our way of thanking those of you who participate, we will send a Kiva Zip t-shirt to each person who posts a photo who tags us and uses those hashtags - so keep an eye out for a message from us asking you where we can send the shirt.

More important than the comfortable and fashionable t-shirt, by shopping at places other than your typical big box stores, you'll be supporting your local community and a business owner who is also investing in their community.

Follow us on Twitter @KivaZipand learn more about Small Business Saturday here.


Posted by Regina Sarnicola, Kiva Zip Product Intern

Nov 21, 2014

After graduating from the University of California, Santa Barbara as a Communication major, Regina first heard of Kiva while working her first big girl job at Yelp and couldn't stop thinking about it!

She recently left Yelp after almost two years as an Account Executive. From that experience, she brought her interest and passion for working with local communities and business owners to Kiva where, as the newest Product Intern, she is learning a lot by wearing a bunch of different hats.

With a Journalism background, Regina has held multiple Opinion Editor positions, competed in both state and national competitions, and freelanced on the side preferring to write about people and their powerful stories.

She is a proud Italian, avid reader, dedicated soccer player and classical music enthusiast.


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