As Valentine's Day sales begin to dwindle, that's when Fayetteville small business owners start thinking about Mom.
Mother's Day, which happens on the second Sunday of May, is second only to Christmas in terms of holiday spending. Last year, Fayetteville consumers spent more than $34-million celebrating the women in their lives. That number is expected to grow again in 2020.
To claim a significant share of this Mother's Day cash, local retailers and restaurants will need to advertise. By almost every key metric, advertising on Fayetteville radio is the best choice.