Norman’s Hallmark, an employee-owned company and an independent owner of Gold Crown Hallmark stores, recently opened a brand-new location at Marlton Crossing, a regional shopping center located on Route 73 South in Marlton.
The 6,200-square-foot store marks the continued expansion of the card and specialty gift retailer’s southern New Jersey presence.
“Our new store at Marlton Crossing features an inviting, modern and easy-to-shop design along with a wide selection of gift items and cards for every occasion,” Howard Henschel, Norman’s Hallmark CEO and president, said. “Marlton Crossing is a high-quality, easily accessible shopping center that’s home to numerous top national retail brands. Norman’s has a strong customer base in the South Jersey area, and we are pleased to be expanding here with one of our new, full-format stores.”
Norman’s offers a complete line of Hallmark products, cards for every occasion and keepsake ornaments, along with a diverse merchandise selection for gift giving and the home that includes fashion apparel and accessories, books, stationery, games, home décor, specialty candy and gourmet foods. The company maintains thriving supplier partnerships with household-name brands like Squishmallows, Vera Bradley, Yankee Candle, Life is Good, Scout Bags, Willow Tree, Mud Pie, David Bradley Chocolatier, Stonewall Kitchen and BOGG Bags, among many others.
Norman’s Hallmark currently operates 76 locations. With roots dating back nearly 85 years, Norman’s Hallmark has grown from a single retail store in Trenton to a leading force in the social expression industry. The Newtown, Pennsylvania-based company continues to grow its brick-and-mortar footprint throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, and in recent years expanded into Delaware and northern Maryland; it also maintains a strong e-commerce presence.