Santa Rosa's small business owners hoping for a successful 'Small Business Saturday' post fires
2 monthes ago - By ABC
Santa Rosa's small business owners say Black Friday was busy and they needed it following the North Bay fires. They're hoping the streak continues with the Small Business Saturday campaign.
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