Since news broke Friday about Candy Nichols children's clothing and apparel shop moving around the corner, customers have been dropping by to say how pleased they are the mom-and-pop store is staying in town, owners say.
"Everyone has been very positive," co-owner Elizabeth Correa told New Canaan Patch late Monday morning. "It's very exciting for us now."
The store will move around the corner to 99 Main St.—formerly occupied by Gramophone Video—to re-open March 1 with a plan to hold a grand reopening celebration March 9-10, Correa said.
It wasn't clear what Candy Nichols would do in mid-December when Correa says she was told a higher-paying tenant would move into the space that she's occupied for two decades. Correa owns the store with fellow north Stamford resident Anna Carberry. The store is hosting a sale and has specials for customers using the Iblast card, Correa said.