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Roswell's KooKoo Bear Kids Opens Cumming Location

The retail store's grand opening celebration is being held this week.

Roswell-based KooKoo Bear Kids, an online, catalog, and retail store marketer of designer kids' rooms and gifts, announces the company will celebrate the grand opening of its third retail location in The Avenue Forsyth. An official grand opening celebration will take place this week through Feb. 24.

"We're thrilled to expand our presence in the Atlanta Metro area and to serve families who appreciate our fashionable, high-quality furniture, bedding, and unique gifts," said . "Especially in today's economy, people really appreciate our approach of offering values on unique, one of a kind kids' room décor and furniture that can't be found in big box stores."

KooKoo Bear Kids is having a grand opening celebration for the Cumming store this week. Different events will be going on all week long, including trunk shows and unique specials from furniture vendors, such as Young America Furniture, Bonavita, Lea, and John Boyd Designs. On the evening of Thursday, Feb. 21, KooKoo Bear is hosting a VIP Party for vendors, the media, and interior designers at the new location. On Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 23-24, KooKoo Bear will be celebrating with a huge sale!

Everything for a baby's nursery and kid's room is available at the upscale location, including designer cribs, playrooms, bedding, wall art, lighting, rugs, desks, bookcases, and more. KooKoo Bear Kids also offers baby clothes, blankets and bibs, along with gifts for that special birthday or baby shower.

KooKoo Bear Kids is a one-stop shop for designer kids' rooms, offering bedding, lighting, wall art, clothing, and gifts.

The 12,000 square foot store is located off GA 400 at Exit 13 in The Avenue Forsyth located at 410 Peachtree Pkwy, Suite 324, Cumming, GA 30041. The store is open Monday - Saturday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and Sunday: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. For more information, call (678) 679-7176 or visit the online store.

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