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Imagine Gift Shop in Warren, R.I.

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Imagine Gift Store in Warren, R.I., is not only a great gift shop, it's a gifted gift shop.

Going far beyond the quality of any gift store we have been to in southern New England, Imagine Gift Store feels like a department store for gift shopping with three floors of merchandise (they call themselves the largest gift shop in New England). The wide selection is astounding: home decor, gourmet food, fashion accessories, bath and body items, clothing and apparel, stationery, jewelry, unique gifts, a 1950s-style ice cream parlor and a candy shop with more than 500 candy choices. Imagine Gift Store is also part of the CowParade movement where more than 10,000 artists worldwide have participated by creating art work with cow themes. Imagine Gift Store features four full-sized cows on display both inside and outside the store, as well as miniature cows which can be purchased within the store.

The unique presentation is definitely one-of-a-kind and it all works beautifully for kids of all ages. Imagine Gift Store certainly used its imagination when creating its store! It's hard to believe this purple exterior building was once the home to the Lyric Theater. In a way, the theater continues at the Imagine Gift Store as they put on a great performance every time in a wonderfully restored, grand building. I have not found a better, more interesting place to shop for gifts in southern New England, so the Oscar for retail unanimously goes to Imagine Gift Store in my book!


Imagine Gift Store is located at 5 Miller St. in downtown Warren, RI. Tel. (401) 245-4200. Be sure, too, to check out its
Facebook Fan Page at  https://www.facebook.com/ImagineGiftsRI

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