IKEA is offering free clothes to parents who want to save on their kids’ shopping trips.
The clothing store in New York City says it has been running a campaign for the last several months to encourage parents to shop for their kids clothes.
Ikea says it will offer the free clothes as a gift, and it is encouraging parents to make a point of shopping at the store during their children’s first week in school.
We are doing this to show you that it’s possible, the company says on its Facebook page.
There are currently 10 million children in the United States and a whopping 1.4 billion people who are struggling to make ends meet, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Some parents might not have the time to travel to the store, but there are plenty of things to do during the school year.
You can do homework, go to the movies, shop online and play games.
Kids love it, so I think it’s great,” said Michelle Mott, an IKEa customer.
We can take them to the mall or the park and it’s free, so it’s nice.” “
It’s so fun to shop there, and we have our own kids.
We can take them to the mall or the park and it’s free, so it’s nice.”
The campaign was started by the IKEAs parent group, Parents for Kids, who posted the video on Facebook.
One of the things they’re focusing on is clothing, Mott said.
“I think it is great to see kids looking at IKEAS for the first time.
And I think that’s a good thing.”
I don’t think they’re going to want to go shopping with me, said mom of two Laura.
And when they do come to the IKCA, it’s going to be a whole new world for them, said Michelle Besser, a parent of two and a child of the store.
She said she hopes that they don’t forget about her daughter’s first day at school.
“It was a little overwhelming at first, because I was expecting to go to a store and have all of the clothes for her, but I didn’t think she was going to have her own,” Bessner said.
“But she’s very bright, and she’s doing well.”