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June is NAOT Month at Harrys Shoes

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Harry’s Shoes the prestigious West Side shoe store rated by Zagat, and the Wall Street Journal is announcing that June is NAOT month! Harry’s Shoes are now featuring the exceptionally popular Israeli made sandal brand. Naot features incredible comfort for all tastes and sizes. Made from top quality materials such as superb leathers and suede’s; and natural cork and genuine latex-rubber cushioned and foot-contouring insoles. During this special event, we are offering a FREE Gift with any purchase, to any customer simply by mentioning “Kosher Media” at the register.

Harry’s Shoes is an Upper West Side tradition, offering an extensive selection of quality American and European brand men’s, women’s and children’s shoes at resonable prices. Catering to generations of New York City residents since the 1930′s, Harry’s Shoes has earned deep loyalty with their extensive selections, timely and stylish collections from designer and comfort footwear brands, personalized service, and casual shopping environment. Divided into two almost adjacent locations, our main airy shop showcases women’s shoes on the right and men’s footwear on the left. The children’s store has its own unique colorful shop just a half block north of the adult’s. Socks, shoe care products, and foot comfort and other accessories are also available.

Harry’s Shoes
1-866-6-HARRYS
(1-866-642-7797)
2299 Broadway at 83rd Street
New York, NY 10024

Harry’s Shoes for Kids
2315 Broadway
(1/2 Block North of Adult Shoe Store)
New York, NY 10024

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Company Name: Kosher Media, Inc.
Contact Person: Larisa Bykova
Email: larisa@koshermedia.com
Phone: 212-564-4309
Address:43 West 33rd St Suite#405
City: New York
State: NY
Country: United States
Website: www.koshermedia.com

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