New York -- The Walt Disney Co. on Thursday will open its first store under the Disney Baby banner, USA Today reported. The new store is located in Americana, an upscale shopping center in Glendale, Calif. “This gives Disney the opportunity to reach out...
Pasadena, Calif. -- The Disney Store announced Tuesday that it will open new stores with its new design in Japan, China, Italy, North America and Canada by the end of 2012. According to the company, the store opening slate includes an inaugural location in Shanghai, China opening in the fall, making it the 12th country to receive the interactive retail model. Thirteen new and remodeled Disney Store locations are scheduled to open in North America in 2012, include state concept debuts in Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Utah and Virginia. In Japan, the city of Sendai recently held the grand opening
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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 parents of newborns and refine product offerings that span infant apparel, nursery items and bath products.