Leicester Mercury By Tim Healy
Traders on Leicester Market are supporting today’s first Small Business Saturday.
Yesterday they were joined by Leicester MPs Liz Kendall and Jon Ashworth who served customers looking for bargains.
Vicki Morris, who has run a fruit and vegetable stall on the market for 27 years, said: “I welcome support from our MPs as running a stall is an ideal way for people to get involved in business.
“We have seen many Leicester people start on the market and develop large concerns.
“We also provide value for money and a wide range of commodities from a variety of stores.”
Small Business Saturday began in America three years ago to help small firms survive competition from bigger rivals.
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