Kindy’s Christmas Factory Outlet Saves Christmas for Victim of Local Robbery

Kindy’s Christmas Factory Outlet replaces Christmas decorations stolen from a south Philly home

Photo Credit: ABC6 Action News Philly

Philadelphia, PA – Dec 6, 2013 – Kindy’s Christmas Factory Outlet, a family owned and operated Christmas Outlet store located in Philadelphia, announced that Christmas would go as planned for Josephine Michetti of South Philly.

Last week, two suspects were caught on camera stealing outdoor Christmas decorations from Josephine Michetti.

Upon hearing the story while watching local news station ABC 6, Theresa Kelly of Kindy’s Christmas Factory Outlet was shocked. The next morning she visited Josephine and replaced the stolen items with decorations from Kindy’s Christmas Factory Outlet. “We are glad to help spread some holiday cheer this time of year in any way possible”, she said.

Original Story: Duo caught on camera stealing Christmas decoration – ABC 6

Follow up: One “Grinch” Arrested for Stealing Christmas Decorations in South Philly – CBS Philly

Press Contact:
Kristina Ji
Kindy’s Christmas Factory Outlet
Marketing and PR Coordinator
Tel: 215-271-7600 x 3019
kristina@britestar.com

Kindy’s Sponsors the 12th Annual John DeBella Turkey Drop

Kindy’s is a proud sponsor of the 12th Annual John DeBella Turkey Drop takes place on Tuesday 11/26 from 6a-9a.

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The Turkey Drop is the largest 1 day food gathering event in Philadelphia.
John and the MGK air staff spread out around the tri-state area collecting turkey & monetary donations for Cityteam Philadelphia, an organization that provides holiday meals to less fortunate families in the Philadelphia region.

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Richard Kinderman, Kindy’s President, talking to folks from 102.9 MGK

 

The Kindy’s team was on site this morning with the folks for 102.9 MGK showing it’s support for Cityteam Philadelphia. Pictured here, Kindy’s President, Richard Kinderman presented Cityteam of Philadelphia with a donation on behalf of the factory that makes Christmas! We had a great time and thank you to all who came out to show your support!

Click here to find out how you can donate!

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3 Ways to Save Money This Holiday Season

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3 Ways to Save Money This Holiday Season

Whether its a Christmas gift, a friend flying in from out of town, or a few extra pounds, the holiday season is full of surprises. One thing that doesn’t come as a surprise is how expensive it can get. This year, Kindy’s has put together a guide that includes 3 ways to save money this holiday season.

1. Don’t Pay Retail Price

Outlet stores and coupons are your best friend during the holidays. The biggest drawback to coupons is you might forget to take them with you, especially on a hectic holiday shopping trip. But with Snip Snap, you’ll never forget a coupon. Snip Snap is, “the first app to scan, save, and redeem printed coupons on your mobile phone. Prepare to save some serious moolah.”

Outlet stores like Kindy’s Outlet and outlet malls are also a great way to save. Get factory direct prices, which can save you up to 70% off retail. These outlet stores have excess inventory that they couldn’t sell to retailers. Basically they ordered too much from the factory! Use this outlet mall search tool from outletmall.com to find outlet malls that can save you big bucks.

2. Gift Exchange

In this economy, more people are switching to alternative gift exchanges. Of course, we all have loved ones who we enjoy buying gifts for but we also buy gifts for people just in case they buy you something. Depending on the size of your family, that can get pricey!

Call up the family and suggest doing a Secret Santa or White Elephant exchange. It’s more fun and you can get creative with gifts. You’re also more likely to end up with one item you actually want that someone carefully bought for you instead of a bunch of small things you might not like.

Have kids? No problem. You can still switch it up a bit. Suggest to the adults in your family to spend their money on the kids instead of on you. After all, Santa can only carry so many toys in his bag.

3. Make Something. Go Somewhere.

Host a dinner party, take your parents out on Friday night, offer to babysit for your sister. There are many ways to give that don’t require buying. Some things are also fairly easy to make and look beautiful. Like this vintage ornament wreath made of old christmas ornaments, hot glue, string and wire hanger. It just takes 30 minutes and it costs under $5.

It’s not only cheaper to make something, but it’s much more rewarding than simply swiping a credit card. Use Pinterest to search for holiday decorating ideas and fun recipes you can make as gifts for friends and family during the holidays.

Think you’re not crafty enough? YouTube also has some great How-To’s that can teach you how to make pretty much anything.

Bottom line: You can save yourself a lot of stress and money by setting a budget and sticking to it. If Santa can do it, so can you! Merry Christmas!