JCPenney opening 500 baby stores in wake of Babies R Us closure - Tucson News Now

JCPenney opening 500 baby stores in wake of Babies R Us closure

JCPenney is launching 500 baby shops across the country on Aug. 30. All three Tucson locations will be included in the rollout. (Source: JCPenney) JCPenney is launching 500 baby shops across the country on Aug. 30. All three Tucson locations will be included in the rollout. (Source: JCPenney)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

JCPenney is giving Babies R Us shoppers a place to go.

The department store chain announced it will open small baby shops inside 500 of its locations across the country.

Tucson News Now has learned that includes all three JCPenney stores in the area.

  • 3501 E. Broadway Boulevard
  • 4530 N. Oracle Road
  • 5265 S. Calle Santa Cruz

The move comes months after Babies "R"Us and Toys "R"Us stores closed for good.

JCPenney said by Aug. 30, the baby stores will be offering clothing, cribs, high chairs, car seats, bottles, pacifiers, diaper bags, bouncer seats and activity centers.

These items were things that customers could only previously get online through JCPenny's website.

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