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Phoenixville Kids’ Closet Hosting Grand Opening Celebration December 6th

"Children's clothing is billion-dollar business built on an expensive necessity---a necessity because children need clothing, and expensive because children grow quickly, often outgrowing their clothing at a rate that parents have a hard time keeping up with. " -eHow

Tracy Tackett, founder of Phoenixville Kids’ Closet, has a solution: Recycled Clothing. Children tend to grow faster than parents can fill their closets, which can be challenging for any family on a budget, especially families with multiple children of different ages, sizes and styles. Tackett’s new shop, Phoenixville Kids’ Closet, is a recycled children’s clothing store providing a one-stop-shop for parents looking for in-style, in-season recycled children’s clothing at a great price to maximize their budget.

"If parents are spending time running from one store to the next to find the best deals they aren’t making the most of their time and definitely not their budget,” Tackett explained. “By providing a Recycled Children’s clothing shop to the busy downtown Phoenixville area we’re allowing parents to park and be able to visit numerous shops within walking distance while finding in-style, in-season recycled children’s clothing for multiple ages all within a budget.”

Phoenixville Kids’ Closet will celebrate its’ Grand Opening on December 6, 2013 from 5:00pm-6:30pm. The first 100 visitors will receive coupons for a free slice of pizza from Xpress Pizza and a free craft at Design Grove just for stopping by! So take a break from cooking and stop by Church Street for Phoenixville Kids’ Closet’s Grand Opening celebration prior to the Phoenixville Christmas Parade, which starts at 7:00pm on Bridge Street.

Phoenixville Kids' Closet is located at 225 Church Street. For more information, give them a a call at 215-313-7934 or visit them online at phoenixvillekidscloset.com


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