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iParty Store Coming to Waltham

National party goods chain is planning a new store for the Main Street Marketplace.

iParty, the national party goods chain, is planing to open a store in Waltham. 

The company is planning to open the store at the proposed Main Street Marketplace at 1030 Main St., according to a company press release that included announcements for other new stores in Massachusetts. The store will anchor the new complex, according to iParty and span 45,000 square feet. 

“We are extremely pleased to add these two locations to our family of full-line party stores in the Greater Boston area. Although we already have a very strong presence in Boston, our customers in the Waltham and Haverhill markets were, until now, not directly served by iParty stores in their own regions. The opening of these stores will make it much easier for them to enjoy iParty’s category-dominant assortment of party merchandise," said iParty CEO Sal Perisano in a press release. 

, and hae all announced plans for the same complex. 

TEXT OF THE FULL PRESS RELEASE:

iParty Announces Plans for Two New Stores in New England

One in Waltham, MA and one in Plaistow, NH:

Both Slated to Open in Time for Halloween

DEDHAM, Mass.: iParty, the largest party supply retailer in New England, has announced plans to open two new retail party stores in New England. 

The first store will anchor the Main Street Marketplace, a 45,000sf center currently being built in Waltham, Massachusetts. The second store will open in the Westgate Market Place in Plaistow, New Hampshire, and will serve the Haverhill, Massachusetts market.

Sal Perisano, iParty’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, says, “We are extremely pleased to add these two locations to our family of full-line party stores in the Greater Boston area. Although we already have a very strong presence in Boston, our customers in the Waltham and Haverhill markets were, until now, not directly served by iParty stores in their own regions. The opening of these stores will make it much easier for them to enjoy iParty’s category-dominant assortment of party merchandise.”

Perisano continues, “We plan to open both the Plaistow and Waltham stores in time for the 2012 Halloween season.  When these two stores open we will have 54 iParty stores in New England and Florida.  These stores along with our temporary Halloween stores and our website iParty.com continue to build our strong party and Halloween brand nationwide.”

About iParty Corp.

Headquartered in Dedham, Massachusetts, iParty Corp. is a party goods retailer that operates iParty retail stores in New England and Florida and an internet site (www.iparty.com) for costume and party goods and party planning. iParty’s aim is to make throwing a successful event both stress-free and fun. With an extensive assortment of party supplies and costumes in our stores and available at our online store, iParty offers consumers a sophisticated, yet fun and easy-to-use, resource to help them customize any party, including birthday bashes, Easter get-togethers, graduation parties, summer barbecues and, of course, Halloween. In addition to the extensive assortment of costume and other merchandise available through iParty’s internet site, our web site focuses on increasing customer visits to our retail stores by highlighting the ever changing store product assortment for all occasions and seasons and featuring monthly coupons, store and online promotions and ideas and themes, offering consumers an easy and fun approach to any party.  iParty aims to offer reliable, time-tested knowledge of party-perfect trends, and superior customer service to ensure convenient and comprehensive merchandise selections for every occasion. Please visit our site at www.iparty.com.

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