Montgomery County has got it going on when it comes to holiday shopping.
Monday, December 3, 2012
Patch has editors on the ground covering news all around Montgomery County. But even hard-nosed journalists have to stop to think about the holidays and what gifts to give their families and friends. Knowing the best places to shop might be seen as one of the side benefits of being a Montgomery County Patch editor who has the inside story on business and development. Plus, each Patch site has a business directory where you can find store hours, addresses, photos and user reviews. If you've made it through Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday with gifts still to buy, you've still got time left due to 2012's holiday shopping season of 32 days, perhaps the longest ever due to the way the calendar fell in 2012. We know the …
For Black Friday and beyond, here's your guide to the shopping districts, the deals and the big dates for holiday shopping.
Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett stood on East Montgomery Avenue in the heart of Rockville Town Center on Tuesday with the holiday shopping season on his mind. “I want to make sure everyone gets an opportunity to go out and shop in Montgomery County,” Leggett said at the close of a news conference to launch the county’s “Shop With a Cop” public safety initiative. “I’d add a little bit to the ‘Shop With a Cop,’” Leggett said. “I want you to shop ‘til you drop with a cop—in Montgomery County.” Today is Black Friday. If you’re looking to follow the county executive's advice and shop local this holiday season, be sure to check out Patch’s “Montgomery County Holiday Shopping Guide.” Get Rockville news in your inbox every morning. …