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Sunnyside Children’s Store to Open

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March 30, 2012 Staff Report

A children’s clothing store is opening next month, offering items for newborns to 8-year-olds.

The store, to be called Baby&Kidz, is going to be located at 45-20 47th Street (by Greenpoint Ave.). The store owner, a Sunnyside resident, anticipates an opening date of about April 15.

Baby&Kidz is primarily going to be selling new clothing items, although there will be some shoes and a few toys for sale.

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Dear Raquel ..its Sunnysider… Ihope that our who town can be revitalized.. we need it badly… one section at a time… greenpoint… the blvd and skillman and all streets in between….. are you into marketing and promoting our town…


Lots of luck to this new buisness on the southside of the blvd… we need a baby store very badly rather than gong to 48th street and shop in a impersonal big box store…shop local shop sunnyside… we need to get the word out about our babyy stores


Great we have two baby to child clothing stores in our here and the other one on skillman ave called Petunia..

I just hope that this store is not buried and with no ads it will be buried
no marketing… the bid must do a very good job in promoting their terriortoy…lets go James Bray…

Mike Novak

I hope parents shop there as well as the other local businesses which sell kids clothes. Keep local businesses alive!


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