Women in Business: Baby Gift Idea Announces Acquisition of Baby Dry Goods
Natalie Hayes, owner of award-winning online retail store BabyGiftIdea.com, has announced the successful transfer of ownership of Baby Dry Goods. Hayes is a single mom, and successful woman in business.
[ClickPress, Wed Oct 11 2006] Natalie Hayes, owner of BabyGiftIdea.com, a leading online baby gift retailer since 1998, has announced the acquisition of http://www.BabyDryGoods.com.
Baby Dry Goods creates and produces stylish, one-of-a-kind baby items including a diapering attaché with a diapering blanket, coordinating bibs, burp cloth sets, and soft stroller blankets. Baby Dry Goods has a growing number of brick-and-mortar retail stores currently carrying its products across the U.S.A. and internationally.
Following this acquisition, BabyGiftIdea.com will become the sole online retail outlet for the Baby Dry Goods label. The many retail outlets will continue to carry the Baby Dry Goods line, and additional retail locations will soon be added, according to Hayes.
Hayes, 32, is a single mom and has developed BabyGiftIdea.com into a successful business that markets an assortment of gift items for newborns and babies. The site offers many popular items that are inexpensively priced, with convenient and fast shipping.
"Natalie knows what it takes to make a business successful. I am thrilled that she will be the new owner of the company my husband Paul and I created and built into an international company," said Julia Sudderth, former owner of Baby Dry Goods.
Baby Dry Goods began in 2002 when Sudderth, a mother of two infants 15 months apart, created her own solution to a bulky diaper bag. She designed the "Hot to Trot Mama! Diapering Attaché." Other mothers saw it and wanted one, and her new business began. Today the company also offers popular coordinating bibs, burp cloth sets, and soft stroller blankets.
Hayes said she fell in love with the Baby Dry Goods line and began ordering stock for her online store in January. When she learned that Sudderth needed to close the business for personal reasons she made a purchase offer. Although Baby Dry Goods will be treated as a separate entity, Hayes feels this will also add to her unique product offerings available at BabyGiftIdea.com.
"As a mom myself I understand the challenges of a busy mother on the go and caring for a newborn or infant. The products created by Julia are just what every mom needs, and I am looking forward to continuing this wonderful line of baby care items," said Hayes.
About Baby Dry Goods:
Natalie Hayes, a single mom, is the new owner of Baby Dry Goods, and also owns BabyGiftIdea.com. The two companies will operate separately, but BabyGiftIdea.com will be the exclusive online retailer of the product line from Baby Dry Goods.
Press release services provided by http://www.ThatPRGuy.com.