Fabby-Do Offers Personal Shopping Assistance to Holiday Shoppers
November 2019 – Fabby-Do announces personal shopping assistance for those looking for a special gift for kids ages two to tween.
Finding the perfect gift for the special child can feel impossible. Each season the hottest trends change and oftentimes feel impersonal. Parents, grandparents, and other family members typically find something from the box-store shelf, often guessing at the age-appropriateness of most gifts.
Fabby-Do is a local retail store that hosts parties, classes, special events, and walk in creative experiences and knows what excites and energizes kids. Fabby-Do provides assistance to shoppers looking for that special gift for kids ages two to tween.
Americans spend over $13 billion on unwanted gifts with most people receiving at least one gift they did not want. Many shoppers feel frustrated that they can’t find thoughtful gifts for the children in their lives.
“We see dozens of kids each week and get to see what experiences and gifts excite them” said, Fabby-Do founder Robin Brackbill. “We love to use that expertise to help tailor the perfect gift for any child. Whether it’s a special toy or gift, a pass for creative classes, or a gift certificate for the child to choose for themselves, we can find the perfect gift for the children in everyone’s life”.
Fabby-Do is open from 10am to 6pm on November 30, 2019 with a special Small Business Saturday event, offering free goodies and special deals. Fabby-Do is open throughout the holiday season, Tuesday through Sunday; shoppers can stop in anytime for assistance with their shopping needs. To learn more, see www.fabbydo.com or follow Fabby-Do on all social media.
Fabby-Do is located in the heart of Doylestown since 2013. Fabby-Do has been hosting kids parties for over 9 years and offers walk-in-anytime creation experiences, music and arts classes, special events, and retail toys and gifts. Fabby-Do provides over-the-top experiences for children by unlocking kid’s creativity through artistic expression. To learn more see www.fabbydo.com.