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Bay Hills Card & Gift Going Out of Business

An employee at the store told Patch that the business would close its doors on Feb. 28, and that everything is on sale except for candy.

Bay Hills Card & Gift, a local Hallmark store in Arnold, will be going out of business at the end of February, and is holding a store-wide 50 percent off clearance sale until that time.

An employee at the store told Patch that the business would close its doors on Feb. 28, and that everything is on sale except for candy.

Large sale signs and boxes line the windows to the Bay Hills Shopping Center location, which has become a popular destination for seasonal gifts and cards.

The store is owned by Brad McCormack, whose family has owned the gift store for several years. McCormack was unavailable for comment at the time of this article.

What will you miss about Bay Hills Card & Gift?

Tara Unger January 06, 2013 at 03:31 PM
Viva la Gift Connection!!! Circa 1976!!!!
carl lazar January 06, 2013 at 04:56 PM
Brad has always been a gentleman and he will be missed. Wishing him the best in his new venture and may he get out on the golf course more often.
Becky Dunn January 07, 2013 at 02:32 PM
I am sooo sad I will miss this place. Everyone was always so nice welcoming. Wishing them well in all their future ventures.
Relaxing January 07, 2013 at 03:01 PM
This is sad. A family owned business at our back door is closing. Brad was the kindest, sincerest man around. The shopping center wont be the same. It will be hard to see them close their doors. I wish Brad and his family and employees all the best. Very sad news to see them close their doors.
Natalie BP January 07, 2013 at 04:45 PM
Another business ~ a family owned ~ little, peaceful, friendly, always welcoming!!! We honor all you've provided for our family and will be missing you all & be thinking of you wishing you the best. The Powell's ~ Steve & Natalie & Tiffany ~ you all are our memory of a Hallmark of excellence.

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