NEW BUSINESS ON CENTRAL AVE -ONCE UPON A CHILD-BUYS AND SELLS USED CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
Release Date: April 10, 2016
Late last week I attended a ribbon cutting ceremony - Once Upon a Child- on Central Ave. When I arrived the place was packed with people. I was advised that there were lines early in the morning waiting to get in! Have a feeling that this new business will be a big success. We're trying to replace some of the vacant storefronts on Central Ave with exciting new businesses. This is good news for the avenue and the town! 455 Central Ave, Scarsdale is the location
Sandro Olivo & Dr. Erica Cavallo-Olivo, residents of White Plains and parents of two young children have found a way to make it easy to be green. Always teaching their children the benefits of recycling, they have found a business that will allow families to buy kids stuff at very affordable prices and also be a place to sell back for cash. “Once Upon a Child” is the answer.
“Once Upon A Child” is the nation’s leading buyer & seller of name brand gently used kid’s stuff. Simply gather up your kid’s stuff including: clothing, shoes, changing tables, strollers, highchairs, & toys, bring them to “Once Upon a Child” for payment in cash for all items accepted. You can also purchase at very affordable prices all items in the store. A perfect solution to affordability & finance. a real “Feel Good” experience.
Sandro & Erica purchased their “Once Upon a Child” franchise and after 4 months of hard work are now open for business. This past weekend they celebrated their grand opening with much fanfare and success. Chanel 12 News and Fios news both covered the event. They welcome you to stop by their store for a visit and see for yourself what all the buzz is about. .
“Once Upon a Child” is located at 455 Central Park Avenue, Scarsdale NY and is open
7 days a week. Monday thru Saturday from 10AM to 8 PM and Sundays form 12 noon to 5PM. Visit their web site atOnceuponachildscarsdale.com for more information. It's important for residents of our town to show appreciation to our local merchants. If word gets out that the community is supportive it will make it much easier to replace our vacant stores.