Online Baby Store Thrives Despite Economy

April 9, 2009
Online baby store shows that you can have success even in these challenging times. Experiencing a record year and numerous awards, My Miracle Baby has record year of business growth.

Long Island, NY, April 09, 2009 --(PR.com)-- New York businesswoman, Donna Bliss, enjoyed one of her most successful years last year being featured in the New York Daily News as a leading mompreneur juggling family and career, winning the prestigious Long Island 'Fortune 52' Award', and achieving a record year of business growth. At a time when the gloom and doom dominates the news, it’s good to see some companies still thrive. Bliss’s company, My Miracle Baby, http://www.mymiraclebaby.com, is an inspiration to all and is just that, a miracle.

The growth of My Miracle Baby and recent media recognition is proof that even in trying times, success can be achieved. Today as shoppers are few and far between and less likely to part with their hard-earned money, businesses need to provide shoppers with not only value for their money, but outstanding customer support as well. That’s why My Miracle Baby succeeds and continues to receive such outstanding recognition including an Internet security and safety rating of 100% for 5 years in a row from the Safe Shopping Network.

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.

My Miracle Baby went quickly from a small home-based business to record sales last year. It’s proof positive that even in today’s economy you can succeed. All you need is the right motivation, the right products, and the belief that customers truly do come first.

For more information, go to http://www.mymiraclebaby.com. Check out their spring fashion line for babies and toddlers and spectacular Easter and spring dresses.