Kidrobot Flagship Grand Opening – NYC

Toy and apparel giant, Kidrobot, is opening up its doors for the grand opening of New York City’s flagship store today. After spending years in a quaint little space down the road on Prince Street in SoHo, Kidrobot finally has upgraded itself into a two-level store with enough room to satisfy the multitudes of customers. Check out the store from 6-8pm for a chance to meet artist East3 or stop by to pick up t-shirt giveaways.

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Toy and apparel giant, Kidrobot, is opening up its doors for the grand opening of New York City’s flagship store today. After spending years in a quaint little space down the road on Prince Street in SoHo, Kidrobot finally has upgraded itself into a two-level store with enough room to satisfy the multitudes of customers. Check out the store from 6-8pm for a chance to meet artist East3 or stop by to pick up t-shirt giveaways.

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