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Sweet Spaces celebrates first year anniversary

Photo by Roger Gavan One year ago Too Sweet Kids Consignment Boutique teamed up with Apple A Day Organized Efficiency Experts to create a program called Sweet Spaces for Sweet Kids. And on Thursday, March 31, Town of Warwick Deputy Supervisor James Gerstner (left) and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined owners Hope Stuart and Amy Gargiulo (center) to celebrate that milestone with a ribbon cutting. From left, Town of Warwick Deputy Supervisor James Gerstner, Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce past President Sherry Bucovcan, Board member Garret t Durland, owners Hope Stuart and Amy Gargiulo, Chamber Executive Director Michael Johndrow, Apple A Day staff member Chelsea Rae and Chamber Board member Susan Ronga.

Photo by Roger Gavan One year ago Too Sweet Kids Consignment Boutique teamed up with Apple A Day Organized Efficiency Experts to create a program called Sweet Spaces for Sweet Kids. And on Thursday, March 31, Town of Warwick Deputy Supervisor James Gerstner (left) and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined owners Hope Stuart and Amy Gargiulo (center) to celebrate that milestone with a ribbon cutting. From left, Town of Warwick Deputy Supervisor James Gerstner, Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce past President Sherry Bucovcan, Board member Garret t Durland, owners Hope Stuart and Amy Gargiulo, Chamber Executive Director Michael Johndrow, Apple A Day staff member Chelsea Rae and Chamber Board member Susan Ronga.

Clear clutter and consign at the same time.
One year ago Too Sweet Kids Consignment Boutique teamed up with Apple A Day Organized Efficiency Experts to create a program called Sweet Spaces for Sweet Kids. And on Thursday, March 31, Town of Warwick Deputy Supervisor James Gerstner and members of the Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce joined owners Hope Stuart and Amy Gargiulo to celebrate that milestone with a ribbon cutting.

‘As simple as that’

“Through this partnership,” said Stuart, “clients who hire Apple A Day to organize their space will now be able to take advantage of a more streamlined way to get their kid’s stuff organized and onto the shelves of the only children’s consignment boutique in the Village of Warwick.”
She explained that clients can hire Apple A Day to organize their space and if they have premium quality children’s clothing or gear that they would like to consign, Too Sweet Kids will come right to their door to pick them up.
“It’s as simple as that,” she said.
Too Sweet Kids, located at 25 Elm Street Warwick, specializes in the marketing and sale of premium quality Children’s clothing, gear, and accessories at 50 to 75 per cent off retail prices.
“Our mission here at Too Sweet Kids has always been to form dynamic partnerships with other small local businesses, ” said owner Amy Gargiulo. “Our partnership with Apple A Day is a natural fit. Her clients want to clear out and organize their children’s things and my clients are looking to purchase premium quality children’s items.”

Efficient environments

Customers will also find strollers, hiking backpack, furniture, room décor and accessories in her boutique.
The mission of Apple A Day, located at 17 River St. in Warwick, is to transform homes and classrooms into efficient living and learning environments. The firm provides personalized service to homeowners and educators with strategic organization plans that encompass their unique organization and efficiency needs.
“I am so excited and proud of Apple A Day’s partnership with Too Sweet Kids Consignment Boutique” said Stuart. “There is nowhere else in the Hudson Valley where busy parents can earn money through consigning while getting organized at the same time.”

Essential information

For additional information call Hope Stuart at Apple A Day, 986-4416, or Amy Gargiulo at Too Sweet Kids Consignment Boutique, 544-1700.

 

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