MidCityMalls Brings 40 Top Retailers Together in one Convenient Shopping Site

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Launched by a noted marketer and copywriter, this new online shopping destination marks Charlie Meyer’s first venture into online marketing. Shoppers can choose from a carefully selected group of online shopping sites in six major product categories.

Charlie Meyer, president of Meyer Copywriting & Consulting, announces a new online shopping portal MidCityMalls (http://midcitymalls.com), a site allowing shoppers to choose from a wide range of goods from more than 40 well-known retailers right from their own homes.

“After considerable research, I determined that the safest place to shop was from the privacy of your home,” Meyer said. “It’s safer, more pleasant and allows shoppers to take their time and make better buying decisions than shopping at brick and mortar stores.

It’s no secret that shopping, especially on holidays and other special times of the year can be a nightmare. Large crowds, long waits and limited stock can turn a happy holiday shopping trip into an exercise in frustration.

Enter MidCityMalls. Shop anytime and browse a full range of quality products across six major merchandise categories. The virtual mall hosts major online retailers in categories like beauty and fashion, electronics, entertainment, for the kids, home and garden and sports and fitness. Each wing of MidCityMalls is filled with links to featured retailers, often offering special discounts and promotions just for shopping at the virtual mall.

Featured retailers include big names such as Microsoft, the Body Shop, Build-a-Bear Workshop, Walmart, See’s Candy, Foot Locker and many more.

“Join the millions of shoppers online every day who shop at their own pace. Go to http://midcitymalls.com and shop the easy and affordable way, where many items are on sale, and will be shipped to your door,” said Meyer.

You may reach Charlie Meyer at charliem714(at)gmail(dot)com

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