CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. -- Waldbaum's here raised awareness of its baby aisle offerings by participating in last month's Long Island Infant, Toddler & Children's show. To alert consumers about its involvement, Waldbaum's tagged some of its radio advertisements, ran ads in its circulars and hung posters supplied by the event's promoter in its stores. The circular ads presented the dates, times, ticket prices and location of the show. They also touted several baby and children's items and ...
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