Jamison & Bexley ramps up operations after national spotlight on ABC’s ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’
By Phil Cook
November 14, 2021
New York, NY –The infant & toddler clothing brand Jamison & Bexley recently announced plans for expanding its operations fresh off of an impressive showing on ABC’s The Drew Barrymore show on October 15, 2021. During the segment, the founder of Jamison & Bexley, Jennifer Sanger was presented with $20,000 in funding from Grace Eleyae, owner of Grace Eleyae hair products and Barbara Corcoran, entrepreneur and co-host of ABC’s Shark Tank. “My business over the past year has skyrocketed”, Jennifer said during the interview. “I’m strictly online, but my hope is to have a physical retail store one day.”
“I could envision you in a design studio where you’re manufacturing, and visitors are coming in at the same time”, Barbara responded during the interview. “There’s something very exciting about seeing how things are done, and getting to talk to the entrepreneur…(they) take their kids, have tours, then you accomplish two things at once.”
Jennifer will be using this funding to expand her brand across children’s lifestyle verticals. In addition to ramping up inventory, Jamison & Bexley will be hosting several pop-up shops, featuring some of Drew Barrymore’s favorites. Jennifer will also be scaling up production to premier Season 2 of her podcast, Real Life Struggles, featuring hosts of fellow mompreneurs, influencers, and creators.
Funding will also go towards developing Jamison & Bexley’s innovative retail concept. After consulting with on-site designers and touring through the design studio, guests will be able to purchase items, place orders for their favorite styles through the Jamison & Bexley website, and receive assistance on custom orders.
The event calendar including pop-up shop information is expected to be released on the Jamison & Bexley website soon.
From the Founder of Jamison & Bexley, Jennifer Sanger:
Hey Y'all! I'm Jen!
I'm a mompreneur, designer, blogger, and podcaster.
Four years ago, I was a mom struggling to find affordable and age appropriate clothing for my two little kids. I didn't want my little ones running around with "cute" (embarrassing) statements plastered on their affordable t-shirts, and didn't want to shell out wads of cash for cute clothing that they were going to poop through. Kids should be able to play and express themselves in their clothes, without breaking the bank.
That's why I started Jamison & Bexley.
We carry apparel for all sizes of kid, unique gifts, designs by Jennifer Sanger (me!), and we do custom orders. Take a look around, we even have stuff for moms and dads! For more information, please visit https://jamisonandbexley.com/.
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