LRB Enterprises, LLC Announces Re-Launch of Reagan’s Closet Website for Spring 2013

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Reagan’s Closet, online retailer for educational toys for toddler, is being revamped for Spring 2013 release. The new website will focus exclusively on newborn, infant and toddler apparel, as well as their trademark of unique and personalized gifts.

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Reagan's Closet will be re-launched Spring 2013 to carry organic clothing and toddler apparel

I wanted separation between my two online stores. One to focus on toddler toys and gifts, the other to focus on closet items, clothing, organic goods and gifts...The name Reagan’s Closet gives that impression.

LRB Enterprises, LLC announces the re-launch of Reagan’s Closet for Spring 2013. Previously an educational toys for toddler retailer, plans are to revamp the site to bring an extensive line of organic baby and toddler wear, layette sets, handmade clothing, diaper cakes and personalized apparel.

The family owned company currently operates Reagan’s Toy Chest, the flagship website for toddler toys, educational and award winning games and personalized gifts. Having two online stores carrying the same products was redundant, according to Lanaya Cooper, owner of LRB Enterprises, LLC in Carmichael, California. Initially Reagan’s Closet was launched as a toddler toys and educational games site but with website developer frustrations was shut down last week and redirected to Reagan’s Toy Chest.

“I wanted separation between my two online stores. One to focus on toddler toys and gifts, the other to focus on closet items, clothing, organic goods and gifts,” says Cooper. “The name Reagan’s Closet gives the impression of closet items so we are rebranding this website for that purpose.” With customers requesting more organic clothing items, Cooper decided to focus on quality, organic clothing for infants and toddlers.

Going green is a popular subject and growing trend talked about by thousands of mom bloggers throughout the United States. Organic baby wear is popular because it is made of all natural, non-synthetic materials such as cotton, silk, jute and wool. No artificial dyes or pesticides are used and the products are environmentally friendly.

Parents will pay more for organic clothing than traditional clothing because of the healthy factors it provides. Marian Dyson, mother of four says, “I first learned of organic baby clothes two years ago, with the birth of my last daughter. I was given some organic undershirts and socks as a gift. As soon as I touched them, immediately I could tell the difference. They were softer and felt so natural. I did a little research on baby clothing and ever since, I’ve been hooked. I only purchase organic clothing for my baby.”

The new website will boast a full inventory of organic clothing, handmade clothing, jackets, hats and personalized hooded towels. Customization will be available on many products. The online retailer will also supply traditional and organic diaper cakes and baskets for baby showers.
Reagan’s Closet website plans on being available Spring 2013. Until then, the domain is being redirected to the sister store, Reagan’s Toy Chest, the educational toys for toddler retailer. Currently you can find some organic items at Reagan's Toy Chest such as organic gift baskets and toddler toys.

About LRB Enterprises, LLC

LRB Enterprises, LLC, a family owned business located in Carmichael, California. The business operates online retailer Reagan’s Toy Chest which is dedicated to providing the best toys for toddler, educational games and unique children’s gifts.

Plans are in the works to revamp their second website for infants and children, Reagan’s Closet for spring 2013.

10% of total sales are donated to a charitable cause to end starvation amongst children.

For further information, please visit Reagan's Toy Chest on the web or contact customer support at 888-683-1910.

Lanaya Cooper, owner of LRB Enterprises, LLC, is also the author of the daily blog Raising Reagan. The blog delves into the joys and challenges of raising a precocious toddler and includes reviews and giveaways of educational toddler toys.

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