Groove's Grand Opening! September 09 2016
Grand Opening Party Pics!
Thank you to all our customers who joined us on August 30 to celebrate our grand opening! Hundreds stopped by to check out our new digs. We had food all day from On the Marc and even set up an on demand cotton candy machine for for the kids.
There was lots of mingling and shopping and we were psyched to have gifts with purchase gifts from terez, fctory, flow society and imoga!
Thank you all for making it a day to remember!
Flow Society Model Search @ Groove May 04 2016
On May 18th from 3:30 - 6:30pm, Groove will host an open model search for Flow Society's new tween line of girls sportswear. The photo shoot will take place at the store and those selected will appear in Flow Society's new online look book and in social media.
Models must fit into a size 10, 11 or 12!
Sign up HERE.
Winter Pop Up Shop!! January 06 2016
Fashion Day Out -- Saturday, September 19 September 16 2015
End of the season sale!! July 31 2015
Best of the Gold Coast! July 13 2015
Westport Sidewalk Sale! July 09 2015
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! June 11 2015
Grooving Into June June 01 2015
The Giving Key necklace -- available at Groove! May 20 2015
Thank you Westport, Weston & Wilton Magazine for featuring me in your "Women Who Rock" article this month!
Groove, 420 Post Road West, grooveforkids.com; opened 2007, storefront 2012
The mother of three, Corri Neckritz couldn’t find the kind of clothes she wanted for her children—hip yet tasteful—so relying on her passion for marketing and retail (she worked for several women’s labels in NYC as well as two large banking/financial institutions), she started to sell them herself. “I represented several children’s clothing brands, working out of my house and selling at events, house parties and road shows. As I represented more and more brands, I decided to start buying wholesale. I always wanted to open my own store, filled with the latest trends and must-haves for babies, girls, boys and teens. My business quickly outgrew my house, and Groove was born!”
The first year is always critical. “In the first year, one of the toughest issues I faced was expanding my customer base and scaling up to meet demand. I always had inventory on hand, but now I had to quickly expand the number of lines I carried, and the quantity,” she says.
The growth of her business has come from offering a large selection, popular personalized camp care packages and home deliveries as well as extending the store hours to accommodate her customers’ hectic schedules.