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Neighborhood Toy Store Day is Saturday – Shop Local #toystoreday #localtoystore #shoplocal

Tomorrow is Neighborhood Toy Store Day, November 10, 2012.  What does that mean for you?  It’s the beginning of the holiday shopping season where shoppers are encouraged to shop local.  There is nothing more fun than shopping for toys, but what makes this experience even more fun is when you support your local toy store.  There is just something about going to a store that specializes in toys.  It makes you feel like a kid again!

American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA) highlights some great stores around the country that are hosting in store events.  For my Atlanta crew here are a couple great choices:

Momo’s Neighborhood Toy Store Day

Sponsored by Momo’s Special Toys
Momo’s Special Toys is hosting a Neighborhood Toy Store Day. We will have in store special activities, snacks,prizes and much more. Join us to receive a 10% Off on your entire purchase. No minimum purchase necessary.
11 AM – 6 PM
2323 Shallowford RD. Suite 111
Marietta, GA 30066

Neighborhood Toy Store Day

Sponsored by Bean Head Toys
Visit “Your” Neighborhood Toy Store Bean Head Toys on Saturday, Nov. 10.  There will be activities, sales, and fun of course all day long!
10 AM – 6 PM
220 Johnson Ferry Rd, NE & 3497 Northside Pkwy, NW
Sandy Springs & Atlanta, GA 30328

Why Shop Local

  1. Local character and prosperity
    Your community’s local character and prosperity thrive when you support its unique and diverse locally owned businesses.
  2. Community well-being
    Local businesses foster community well-being by building strong neighborhoods, sustaining communities, and contributing more to local causes.
  3. Local decision-making
    Local ownership means local decision making by people who live in the community and share in the effect of those decisions.
  4. Visit http://www.yourneighborhoodtoystore.org for more reasons!
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On Twitter: @TheWoohooFactor
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by ASTRA in conjunction with Child’s Play.  We received TOYS! to play with in conjunction with this post.