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SOURCE South Bay Galleria
REDONDO BEACH, Calif., March 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- It's time again for everyone's favorite furry friend! South Bay Galleria will welcome the Easter Bunny for the 2013 Easter season with a special event on Saturday, March 16 at 10:00 a.m. The event will kick off the season of Easter Bunny photos, which will be available from the day of the event through March 30. This year, for the first time, the Redondo Beach shopping center will introduce new green screen technology which will be integrated into the Easter Bunny photo set to make holiday photos even more memorable, according to Sherilyn Haddon, Marketing Manager at South Bay Galleria.
"At South Bay Galleria we love bringing families together for fun activities. With this new technology, we will provide even more options to shoppers seeking memorable family photos for the holidays," explained Haddon. "The Easter Bunny's arrival is always an exciting event for children, and we've added some fun elements this year, including free breakfast and interactive entertainment in order to bring even more excitement to those who attend."
The March 16 event, which will take place in the South Bay Galleria food court, will feature a free McDonalds breakfast and free gift for the first 300 children (ages 2-10) who arrive. Free entertainment, including balloon artists and face painters, is also included. Parents can RSVP for their children to guarantee them a free breakfast and gift by calling South Bay Galleria at (310) 371-7546 before March 13.
Easter Bunny photos will be available from March 16 through March 30 in the South Bay Galleria food court. The photo sessions will be available Monday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m., and Sundays from 12:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. Photo packages will start at $13.95, and each child who visits the Easter Bunny will receive a free gift.
"As we launch into the Spring season, we are especially excited to invite South Bay families to celebrate this happy time with us," added Haddon. "We hope all South Bay children will have the chance to attend dressed in their Easter best to enjoy photos, fun, and a delicious breakfast with the Easter Bunny."
As one of the South Bay's leading shopping centers, South Bay Galleria in Redondo Beach, Calif. encompasses nearly one million square feet on three levels, and is anchored by Nordstrom, Macy's, Kohl's and AMC South Bay Galleria 16. Guests have more than 135 stores and restaurants to enjoy, including Banana Republic, GUESS, bebe, California Pizza Kitchen, Nordstrom Cafe, and Red Robin, among others.
South Bay Galleria features a number of amenities including family restrooms, a full-service Guest Services Center, security escorts, and valet parking. In addition, the shopping center hosts various events for the South Bay community, including Kid's Club, Galleria Gaitors walking club, musical performances and educational programs. For more information and a complete list of stores and restaurants please visit www.SouthBayGalleria.com.
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