Get Summertime Toys for Your Kids in Lubbock, TX
Summer is officially here, which means most children are out of school for summer vacation. If you live in the Lubbock, TX area and are looking for ways to keep your children entertained this summer, consider paying a visit to Building Blocks, a locally owned and operated toy store. Serving the Lubbock community since 1997, Building Blocks offers a wide variety of good, old-fashioned toys which can help your kids keep on playing all summer long.
Building Blocks has a great selection of outdoor and riding toys. One of their most popular toys is the EzyRoller, which the shop offers in four different colors. Other outdoor toys include wooden balance bikes, scooters, peddle tractors, pogo jumpers, and more. Customers can also pick up outdoor games which are great for groups, like croquette sets, bean bag toss, and much more. You can even help your kids keep learning over the summer with science kits and projects.
Owners Fran and Paul Cimino keep their store stocked with toys they would be happy to take home to their children and grandchildren. So, the next time you’re in the area, consider making time to stop by Building Blocks to see the different toys and games in the shop. The friendly staff will be on hand to answer any questions and help you find the right toys for your family and friends.
If you find toys at Building Blocks which you need to ship out of town, just stop by the AIM Mail Center in Lubbock for help with any packing and shipping needs. The friendly professionals at AIM can even compare shipping rates between UPS and FedEx to help you find the best rate and service for your gifts.
With 88% of the private companies in the U.S. employing 19 or fewer employees (Source: U.S. SBA), we at AIM Mail Centers believe local businesses are vital to the health of the U.S. economy. Therefore, AIM Mail Centers is pleased to feature Building Blocks as our Featured Local Neighborhood Business and encourages locals to buy from local businesses.
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