Zutano, the Vermont-based designer of children’s clothing and toys and Northshire Bookstore, the Manchester, VT-based independent bookstore, are proud to announce that they will be launching a Zutano “store-within-a-store” in the upstairs children’s department on June 8th. The Zutano store captures the whimsical essence of Zutano, known for its one-of-a kind colorful patterns and stylish design. The space is modeled after Zutano’s flagship store in Montpelier as well as their store within New York City’s famed FAO Schwarz Toy Store. White-washed bead board wainscoting meets walls painted with Zutano’s signature sunny yellow. The center of the 250 sq. ft. space features an amazing sculptural display made of ‘tumbling’ red baby chairs with spaces for Zutano clothes to hang. A fantastic chandelier created from baby milk bottles casts a warm glow over the entire space. A fixture in the Manchester community for three decades, the Northshire Bookstore is intensely independent. They are deeply connected to the community, authors and Vermont. Housed in a historic, three-story 10,000-square-foot building, the Northshire Bookstore was founded by the Morrow family in 1976. The store, now run by the owners’ son Chris Morrow, has survived in this digital age through its relentless focus on customer service and listening to what customers want. It serves more that 200,000 customers a year, offers 35,000 titles and brings in authors to speak every week. It even provides a “Print on Demand’ service that can print customers’ books while they shop or enjoy lunch at the wonderful Spiral Press CafÃ©Zutano, available at more than 1,500 gift and specialty boutiques and retailers worldwide as well as on the web at select e-tailers and the Zutano e-boutique will offer its full product line, from newborn to toddler, of sweet and sophisticated designs to Northshire customers. The store will be staffed by a specially-trained Northshire employee who will know all of the facets of the Zutano product line.”We are thrilled to be working with the Northshire Bookstore, it’s an ideal Vermont business partnership come true,” says Michael Belenky, President of Zutano. “We share so many of the same business philosophies and lifelong dedication to our community in Vermont. Both Zutano and The Northshire have worked many years to build sustainable, long-term partnerships that are economically just and socially sound. Both companies create and nurture policies that help the community we live in thrive at its fullest potential. Being able to join forces and work together with such an anchor in the Manchester community is very special.” “We are really excited to have Zutano’s presence at the Northshire,” says Chris Morrow, owner of the Northshire Bookstore. “We are putting more and more effort into making our Children’s section world class. This is a great opportunity for both partners, as Zutano represents an internationally-respected brand with deep roots in Vermont and the store will be an amazing complement to our product offerings in the children’s department.”For Zutano, 2009 marks the company’s 20th year of creating the most colorful and creative clothing designs for children around the globe. Evolving from a New York City apartment into one of the most beloved and influential brands in children’s fashion, Zutano continues full-force as a category leader for design innovation and as a solid example of a sustainable global business in the hills of Vermont.The Northshire Bookstore is located at 4869 Main Street, Manchester Center, Vermont.Source: Zutano. Cabot, VT, June 8, 2009 –
Danielson found the moment humorous — even after watching the replay of the scary collision.gary danielson has been trash for a very long time, and this incident really illustrates just how much trash he is. pic.twitter.com/oFU6nr8Rxk— Timothy Burke (@bubbaprog) November 16, 2019As the broadcast continued, he appeared to ask if Smith was paying attention to the game.Just an unbelievable time to ask “Do you think she got the shot” pic.twitter.com/rVhS7vb0r4— Quigs (@BigSeanQ_) November 16, 2019MORE: How long is Tua Tagovailoa out? Injury timeline on Alabama QB Twitter was outraged with Danielson’s reaction to the moment:Nothing like Gary Danielson laughing at an injury of a woman on the sidelines. My god.— Mike Farrell (@rivalsmike) November 16, 2019It’s really weird to hear Gary Danielson laugh while someone’s life might hang in the balance.— cyber-bully ghost (@BourbonGhost) November 16, 2019I don’t call for firings, as a general rule. But he was the last guy in the stadium (and in the TV audience) to realize a photographer was injured. Then he laughed about it. Then he wondered aloud if she was to blame.If he can’t do better than that, get out of the booth.— Mike Finger (@mikefinger) November 16, 2019Gary Danielson just laughing off the dead girl on the sideline is one of the wildest things of the 2019 season.— Jack McGuire (@JackMacCFB) November 16, 2019Gary Danielson needs to be fired after his comments of the photographer being knocked out— Clemson Tom 🐅 (@ClemsonTom) November 16, 2019Gary Danielson has called every single element of this collision and injury incorrectly.— Pat Forde (@ByPatForde) November 16, 2019Gary Danielson’s handling of this photographer injury has been … not good.— Stewart Mandel (@slmandel) November 16, 2019Smith, who was transported to a local hospital, shared a positive update on her condition on Sunday.pic.twitter.com/WLfO6X4b2j— Chamberlain Smith (@ChamberlainSmit) November 17, 2019Smith said she suffered a concussion, but it could have been much worse. CBS commentator Gary Danielson is under fire after he was heard chuckling as cameras showed an unconscious photographer being put on a stretcher during Saturday’s game between Georgia and Auburn at Jordan-Hare Stadium.The photographer, Chamberlain Smith, was injured when UGA running back Brian Herrien ran into her during the second quarter of the Bulldogs’ 21-14 win over the Tigers.
DDTV VIDEO NEWS REPORT: The incredible €120M Titanic exhibition opens in Belfast today – built by a world leading building company with its roots firmly in Co Donegal.Harcourt Developments put the finishing touches to the centre this week.The company is owned and founded by Donegal builder Pat Doherty, owner of the Solis Lough Eske Hotel near Donegal Town as well as the Redcastle Hotel and Letterkenny shopping centre.Harcourt also won the contract to operate the centre which hopes to bring in 400,000 visitors every year. Click our video to see a news report from AFP on the new centre. DDTV VIDEO NEWS REPORT: INCREDIBLE TITANIC EXHBITION – AND THE DONEGAL LINK was last modified: March 31st, 2012 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:afpDDTV VIDEO NEWS REPORT: INCREDIBLE TITANIC EXHBITION – AND THE DONEGAL LINK