Mama's Money Savers is hosting a great giveway...
When I was younger, I was a tomboy who loved basketball. I had the new Michael Jordan gym shoes every year, Chicago Bulls jackets, and the rest of my ensemble was always clothes from Foot Locker. Yes I was spoiled. I remember what it was like too where you wanted all name brands and to stay up-to-date with the current styles. Luckily my sons are young still so they don’t know brand names yet, but that doesn’t mean I want to skimp on quality items either.
Kids Foot Locker is a store that carries not only shoes, but also clothing, fan gear, and all the popular brands! Since 1987, Kids Foot Locker is the only U.S. chain that offers branded athletic footwear and apparel for children. There are 305 stores with an average of 2,400 gross square feet full of displays and products to appeal to both parents and children. It is a store geared towards children aged 5-to-11 years old.
Now I know many moms who think Foot Locker and other specialty stores are expensive, but they do have great sales and the it is worth the quality. Now I am not saying anything bad about cheap shoes, but you do get what you pay for and with how rough kids can be on shoes, I know I would rather buy one good pair then a bunch of cheap pairs. I still even for myself prefer Foot Locker shoes!
Kids Foot Locker also has a VIP Club you can join. As a VIP member, you can receive e-mails, snail mail and/or text messaged coupons throughout the year as well as other special product and promotional information. You will also receive early access to select products and you can reach Platinum VIP status and get rewards cards, birthday mailings and more! You can join at any Kids Foot Locker.
So whether you are Christmas shopping, spending Christmas money, or just looking for some new shoes or apparel, make sure you keep Kids Foot Locker in mind. Kids Foot Locker also offers gift cards, which are perfect on their own or as stocking stuffers!
Run on over to Mama's Money Savers and enter to win!
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