What Small Business in Foxborough Can You Not Live Without?
Foxborough Patch Facebook readers tell us their favorite local businesses.
In light of Small Business Saturday, Foxborough Patch asked our Facebook readers what small business in town could they not live without.
We can't really say we were surprised with all the replies we received, with Foxborough being a strong community that tries to supports its own businesses.
Here's a look at what your neighbors said. If you don't see your favorite, feel free to leave us a comment and add it to the list!
Suzanne Kelley McCormack: "Loewen's."
Pam Mitchell: "Foxboro Bike."
Angela Davis: "Loewen's."
A M Flaherty Piscitelli: "Loewen's."
Cami Tedoldi: "Pawsmopolitan!"
Amy LaBrache: "Spoodles."
Liz Perry: "Bangkok Cafe."
Claire Tebeau: "Loewen's."
Amanda Chace: "CrossFit Torque!"
Kristin Hanbury Todd: "George's Barbershop & Loewen's."
Janie Tebeau: "Judy's Village Flowers! Stop by for all your thanksgiving decor needs!"
Tracey Terra Metivier: "Loewen's."
Michael Poliseno: "Gillette Stadium. LOL."
Eve O'Reilly Keddy: "Foxboro Classical Ballet Academy!"
Karen Casson Wheatley: "Reliable Dry Cleaners, Cindi's and New Life Upholstery."
Teri Wallace: "Foxys, Cumby's coffee, and Patriot Place."
Rachel Hardy Calabrese: "Loewen's!"
Evelyn Colwell: "Cindi's."
Deborah Vogel Michienzie: "All About You Salon and Day Spa."
Zsanett Peimli: "Loewen's , Foxboro Learning Center."
Alastair Murray: "Bill the Barber - I travel 10,000 miles to see him ... and there's that cool diner just along the road - awesome and the wait staff are always so friendly and efficient and the food is great - nothing to match here in New Zealand unfortunately. See you next May!"
Kidz Wurld Inc.: "Eric Allen Salon ... South Street Pizza and Dunkin Donuts."