REAL ESTATE

Disney Co. to open Disney Baby stores

BY Staff Writer

New York City — The Walt Disney Co. will open its first-ever Disney Baby store next year at the Americana in Glendale, Calif., the Los Angeles Times reported.

The company plans to open Disney Baby locations — one on each coast — to display the best of its new infant line, according to the report.

The stores will give Disney executives the opportunity to interact with the parents of newborns and refine product offerings that span infant apparel, nursery items and bath products.

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R.Jackson says:
Apr-16-2013 11:43 am

I hope that Disney will
I hope that Disney will provide great baby product( modern baby bedding) as company has done well previous in cartoon and movie.

R.Jackson says:
Apr-16-2013 11:43 am

I hope that Disney will provide great baby product( modern baby bedding) as company has done well previous in cartoon and movie.

A.Baldwin says:
Dec-27-2012 03:54 am

Will they also include
Will they also include discount disneyland hopper passes or a ticket booth to this store? We’re living near the store and hopefully we can avail discounted tickets here.

A.Baldwin says:
Dec-27-2012 03:54 am

Will they also include discount disneyland hopper passes or a ticket booth to this store? We’re living near the store and hopefully we can avail discounted tickets here.

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Burger concepts – doomed for bust?

BY Katherine Boccaccio

New York City — Chainstoreage.com columnist Jeff Green challenges the boon of the burgeoning burger concepts, posing the question: “Are burger joints here to stay or just a trendy restaurant theme that will overextend itself and “fall of the map” in a few years?

Check out Jeff’s latest column on the real estate community page: http://www.chainstoreage.com/community

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Wal-Mart makes big donation to New York City summer jobs program

BY Staff Writer

New York City — Wal-Mart Stores will donate as much as $5 million to New York City’s cash-strapped Summer Youth Employment Program, Crain’s New York Business reported. The donation will reportedly save 3,400 jobs.

“We’ve talked a lot about creating jobs here and given our track record of local giving in the city thought this was timely opportunity to help move the needle on a program that’s critical to kids and families across the five boroughs,” said a Walmart spokesman, according to the report. He would not confirm the exact amount of the donation.

According to Crain’s, the Wal-Mart donation far exceeds initial private donations received by a fundraising drive for the program launched last month by Mayor Michael Bloomberg to help contend with cuts in federal and state funding.

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