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What is your address Uptown?
1 Market Square 1st Level
What is Your Telephone Number?
506-657-6262
Do you have a link to a website for your business?
http://www.stylinmama.ca
What Products or Services are your Speciality?
Maternity & Baby Boutique, carrying unique & those hard to find items for the entire family!

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Sun and Water Safety Part 1 - Banz Products

Summer is upon us - finally! At Stylin' Mama, we want your sun experience with your child to be fun, as well as safe. We have many great products from sunscreen to swim diapers and life jackets to water shoes.

Banz is a great company from Australia and got their start back in 2001. The "Land Down Under" has one of the harshest UV climates in the world. They made their was to North America in 2002 and since then have been well known for their wrap around style sunglasses for…

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Posted on July 7, 2010 at 7:30pm

July Specials

Crocs - 15% off (new @ Stylin Mama and are doing so well!)

30% off:

Beach Toys

Sun Hats

All Sandals by See Kai Run, Eleven, Little Soles & Pediped

Bum Genius 3.0 Diapers

All Diaper Bags

All Baby Legs

50% off:

7th Generation Diapers and Wipes (limited amout of diapers left!)

75%…

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Posted on July 7, 2010 at 3:48pm

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At 10:08pm on May 19, 2010, Jodi Frayne said…
hi Jenny, saw the Fredericton store last week, hope you are keeping all a juggle! I am happy your sister was vice principle at my daughters school this year, sure will miss QMS next year when my daughter heads off to high school
no friends with little babies, but for Christmas and birthdays may stop in for my brothers little ones
we were thinking Ambiance again when grandma visits, and graduation our three generation girl time
hope Lana is still there for hair ? Much success to you in both Stylin' babe locations
stop and say hello in the Loyalist circle some time this cruise season ~ cheers, Jodi Frayne (Bell)
At 5:31pm on December 17, 2009, Uptown Saint John Inc said…
Hey Jenny & the Stylin' ppl...welcome aboard!
 
 
 

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