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Peppyparents Offers Charlotte Area Parents Tax-Free Local Pickup of Baby Strollers and Gear

New and expecting parents in the Charlotte, NC have a new option for ordering baby strollers and gear with fast pick-up or delivery while enjoying savings on sales tax.

Sep 25 2013, 3:18am CDT | by PR.com

Stallings, NC, September 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Parents have a new local pickup option when buying mid-to-premium baby products and gear online. PeppyParents announces fast, free customer pickup at its ecommerce distribution warehouse in Stallings, NC.

To welcome its Charlotte customer base, www.PeppyParents.com is offering a sales tax holiday. The company will pay the sales tax on all North Carolina orders through December 31, 2013.

PeppyParents’ customer pickup facility is a 5 to 20 minute drive from south and southeast Charlotte suburbs, including Ballantyne, Weddington, Marvin, Waxhaw, Wesley Chapel, Matthews, Indian Trail, Monroe, and Mint Hill. It’s one mile south of I-485 and the Independence Blvd exit.

PeppyParents is a family-run company started in 2006 that offers its customers competitive pricing on a variety of must have baby items, including strollers, baby carriers, feeding, swaddling, diaper bags, toys, and more. For most of its products, parents can get the item immediately and for some products, PeppyParents offers the only local in-stock inventory that can be picked up on the same day. It's easy - parents place their order online at PeppyParents.com and select local pickup during checkout.

And for parents who still find home delivery more convenient, PeppyParents offers free next-day shipping on most products to nearly all of North Carolina and South Carolina.

Contact Information:
Eric Mindel
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