-- 48 inspirational room-settings and three model homes reflecting a variety of living situations with creative design ideas that can be brought to life in any room in the home.
-- More than 10,000 exclusively designed home furnishings ranging from beds, desks and sofas to cookware, pet products and kitchens, complete with cabinetry and appliances.
-- Same-day shopping satisfaction with products in easy-to-transport flat-pack boxes that benefit the customer and the environment.
IKEA Orlando is a Fun Day Out for the Family with…
-- Småland, a supervised children’s play area (for children who meet the 37”-54” height requirement) that replicates the look of a typical Swedish farmhouse and forest.
-- Additional play areas throughout the store, offering activities for kids shopping with parents.
-- A “Children’s IKEA” area in the Showroom that also offers fun, interactive play.
-- Attention-to-detail conveniences such as: family-friendly parking, strollers and baby care rooms.
No Need to Shop on an Empty Stomach at IKEA Orlando…
-- Beginning November 15, the IKEA Restaurant will start opening 30 minutes earlier than the store for a full hot breakfast, including scrambled eggs, potatoes and bacon for only 99¢.
-- The 300-seat restaurant also offers lunch, dinner, snacks and dessert, with a diverse menu, including traditional Swedish specialties such as the popular IKEA Swedish meatballs, shrimp sandwiches, salmon platters, as well as pasta, chicken and vegetarian dishes.
-- Menu choices for kids include a child’s portion of Swedish meatballs or macaroni and cheese, while baby food, bottle warmers and bibs are available for even younger visitors.
-- A Bistro near the store’s exit serves hot dogs, cinnamon buns, frozen yogurt and beverages.
-- The Swedish Foodmarket offers Swedish delicacies, treats, and even frozen Swedish meatballs (the same ones served in the store’s Restaurant) to purchase and then prepare at home.
IKEA Orlando Shopping Conveniences…
-- Customers can pick-up catalogs at the store and also receive help from a furnishings consultant.
-- Measuring tape, pencils, store maps, yellow shopping bags and 4 types of carts are available.
-- Many conventional, handheld and self-checkouts to ensure efficient customer purchasing.
-- Home-delivery, export and assembly services can be arranged while at the store.
With IKEA Orlando open, there are 267 IKEA stores in 36 countries, including 33 in the U.S., where other stores are being planned in: Brooklyn, NY; Charlotte, NC; Somerville, MA; Tampa, FL; and West Chester, OH. IKEA believes home is the most important place in the world and, since its 1943 founding in Sweden, has offered a wide range of home furnishings and accessories of good design and function, at low prices so the majority of the people can afford them. IKEA has been ranked in FORTUNE’s annual “100 Best Companies to Work For” list (three years in a row), Working Mother magazine’s annual list of “100 Best Companies for Working Mothers” (four years in a row) and Training magazine’s annual “Top 100” ranking of companies that excel at human capital development (five years in a row). IKEA incorporates environmentally and socially responsible efforts into day-to-day business, and continually supports initiatives that benefit causes such as children and the environment. To visit the IKEA Web site or for information about working at IKEA, please go to http://www.IKEA-USA.com.
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