The Morning Call (Sunday)

Norman’s Hallmark moves to larger space

- — Morning Call staff

Norman’s Hallmark, an employee-owned company and the nation’s largest independen­t owner of Gold Crown Hallmark stores, is now open in a larger space at Richland Marketplac­e in Quakertown. The card and specialty gift retailer occupies 7,400 square feet, a space about 3,000 square feet larger than the original.

The retail shop is one of Norman’s “super store” locations, and features an even wider selection of card and gift items than the former store, according to Howard Henschel, Norman’s Hallmark president and chief executive officer.

“Norman’s Hallmark has experience­d tremendous success since opening here in 2008,” said Henschel in a news release. “The larger space allows us to improve the way we display our merchandis­e and creates a wonderful shopping environmen­t for customers. We have a strong customer base at this Quakertown location and are excited to bring one of our new, full-line stores to the community.”

Norman’s offers a complete line of Hallmark products, cards for every occasion and Keepsake Ornaments, along with a diverse merchandis­e selection for gift giving and the home that includes fashion apparel and accessorie­s, books, stationery, games, home décor, specialty candy and gourmet foods.

Norman’s Hallmark operates 73 locations with roots dating back over 80 years. Norman’s Hallmark, based in Newtown, Pennsylvan­ia, started as a single retail store in Trenton, New Jersey, and has grown its brick-andmortar footprint to include Delaware and Maryland.

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