Lenore Koch West Orange Toys Donates Its Services

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Lenore Koch, owner of Lenore Koch West Orange Toys, donated her company’s services to the Schnider Synagogue expansion project.

Lenore Koch West Orange Toys is our helping hand, the toy company really came through and is once again helping us prosper

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For the second year in a row, Ashley Sims, owner of Lenore Koch West Orange Toys, donated money to the Schnider Synagogue expansion project.

Lenore Koch West Orange Toys, is a leading toy Texas-based company. Lenore Koch West Orange Toys first opened its doors in 2002, Sims inherited the company from her father after he died from a heart attack. The company specializes in selling toys to children between the ages of 5-15.

“Lenore Koch West Orange Toys is our helping hand, the toy company really came through and is once again helping us prosper,” said Rabbi Mark Reynolds.

The renovation of the Schnider Synagogue is scheduled to begin this week ending mid- April.

“I am glad we can help in some way,” said Lenore Koch West Orange Toys Marketing Representative, Rachel Green. “A lot of our employees come to this synagogue.”

Lenore Koch West Orange Toys currently has three stores in the Texas region. The stores together attract over 1,000 curious children and adults per day. Sims plans to open a fourth Lenore Koch West Orange Toys branch at the end of May. The new 40,000-square-foot outpost store will sell thousands of products, including Lego, dolls, computer toys and more.

“As we continue to grow, Lenore Koch West Orange Toys searches for more ways to give back to our community and pursue our community driven ventures,” Koch said.

About Lenore Koch West Orange
Lenore Koch West Orange Toys, first established in 2002, is a leading toy company. The company was formed by Jack Sims and today is run by his daughter, Ashley Sims. The company has three running stores and the fourth Lenore Koch West Orange Toys branch is planned to open at the end of May. The leading toy giant continuously pursues community driven ventures.

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