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Celebrate spring with My Vintage collection
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Nov '09
My Vintage Baby, Inc. a public children's apparel company, has recently unveiled its new Spring line. The Spring 2010 catalog is now available for viewing on the My Vintage Baby website.

The appealing new designs range from the romantic Vintage Rose collection to the fashion forward Leopard Limeade collection. Original designs for babies and boys and girls are featured, as well as matching accessories including hair bows, baby blankets, and diaper bags. Several new women's tops are also included.

In addition to the online catalog, 848 color catalogs have been mailed to current My Vintage Baby retailers. Of these, 231 are direct sales catalogs with information to assist retailers who would like to become My Vintage Baby Direct Sales Representatives.

My Vintage Baby is also pleased to announce that, to date, 63 new Direct Representatives have joined the original 18 member My Vintage Baby Direct Sales team, bringing the total to 81 representatives in 25 states. Applications for additional Direct Representatives for the Spring 2010 season will be accepted through November 15, 2009.

Pre-selling of the Spring 2010 line will begin on December 1, 2009 and end on January 31, 2010. Customers will be offered free shipping for orders placed during this time. Shipping of orders for the Spring 2010 season is targeted to begin in February, 2010.

My Vintage Baby is recognized as “a piece of yesterday for the hip child of today.” Visit My Vintage Baby Shop Direct for select children's wear and accessories.

My Vintage Baby Inc


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