Hot Mama Opens at U Village

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!--paging_filter--pMinnesota-based a href="http://www.shopmama.com/" target="_blank"Hot Mama/a, a boutique chain dedicated to keeping moms looking cool, opens their first Washington store this Wednesday, November 13 at a href="http://www.uvillage.com/" target="_blank"University Village/anbsp;in the new south section next to a href="http://seattlemag.com/calypso-st-barth-now-open-university-village"Calypso St. Barth/a and a href="http://seattlemag.com/nine-new-reasons-shop-u-village"Scotch and Soda/a and conveniently close to the new parking garage). The first 50 customers that day will receive a $25 gift card and all merchandise is 15 percent off through Sunday./p
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pHot Mama first hit my radar over the summer when I was interviewing a href="http://seattlemag.com/editors-choice-prairie-underground"Prairie Underground/a for the September issue who told me that their line was in Hot Mama's over 30 branches, in more than 11 states. When I heard the store was opening at U Village, the synergy between this mom-focused retailer and our beloved “Maternity Village” was undeniable. And even better, Hot Mama will be the only place at U Village to get a Prairie Hoodie./p
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pIn addition to Prairie, expect Ella Moss, AG, Hudson, Kensie, Michael Stars and Splendid. Check this place out for some mom jeans you’ll be proud to wear./p

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