The Miracle Of Motherhood Inspires Inspires NY Businesswoman

May 2009

New York businesswoman and online baby store founder Donna Bliss continues her media success with an interview on WOR 710 New York. Recently featured in many newspapers in New York, Bliss is showing that success still happens no matter.

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(PRweb.com) - Long Island NY (May 2009) New York loves local businesswoman, Donna Bliss. Not only has Bliss enjoyed one of her most successful years, but had the honor of being a special guest on WOR 710 New York, http://www.wor710.com/pages/3600293 the top talk radio show in the country, boasting such greats as Bill O’Reilly and Lou Dobbs. WOR has continually made history with its award-winning broadcasts and Bliss was fortunate to be interviewed by Joan Hamburg, often referred to as the “First Lady of Talk Radio.” The importance of the segment can best be realized when considering the other guests on the show that day included Marie Osmond and Jillian Michaels from the Biggest Loser.


Bliss loves being a part of the magic of New York. As Bliss states, “New York is the shopping capital of the world. Customers have so many options at their fingertips - Malls, high end stores, department stores, discount outlet warehouses and the garment district--you absolutely must provide your customers with the very best shopping experience or they will simply go elsewhere.” That’s why she takes such pride in her company, My Miracle Baby, http://www.mymiraclebaby.com. With a safety record of 100% five years in a row, and record sales this year, it proves businesses can succeed, no matter what happens in the economy.


In addition to her recent radio segment, Bliss also received a great deal of praise in an article that appeared in the New York Daily News outlining her success as a leading mompreneur juggling family and business. But probably most noteworthy is the prestigious Long Island 'Fortune 52' Award she received, an honor bestowed on the top businesses in New York.


The Long Island Press, which sponsors the Fortune 52 Award, honored Bliss for her achievements as an outstanding businesswoman and is quoted as saying, “As I walked through Donna's warehouse, I saw a space filled to the rafters with thousands of beautiful new party dresses, play clothes, pajamas and other items, from preemie sizes to 6x. MMB now stocks 2,500 items and employs three full-time staff members. MMB sells children's clothing, expectant mother and newborn baby gifts, christening apparel, baby shower favors and toys, including the popular toy line by Melissa and Doug. Bliss’s loyal customer base consists of more than 10,000-including celebrities such as Kelly Ripa and Rosie O'Donnell.”


The article continues to share how My Miracle Baby is also more than an online baby-clothing store stating how Bliss wanted to connect with other mothers who have gone through similar experiences of infertility. Bliss encourages clients to tell stories of their miracle babies, join in parenting discussion groups, and network with other families. The website now hosts over 100 verified personal stories and encourages more to submit.


Bliss is a New York businesswoman who has defied the odds and succeeded primarily because of her dedication to her customers and commitment for excellence.