Destiny USA, a six-story shopping complex based in Syracuse, is set to get an all-new attraction when its dedicated Lego store opens up in autumn. The Lego store will provide everything that a Lego enthusiast of any age could hope for, offering not only complete sets but also individual pieces that are provided in a "pick and build" section. It is safe to say that the new store will become a favourite destination for children and families, who will have great fun picking out pieces for which to build minifigures and more. Destiny USA is already a substantial shopping complex, one containing a wide array of different attractions that pull in customers and curious visitors from all around Syracuse; this new shop will serve to improve the prospects of the complex still further, by tying a unique experience for shoppers and their children that is tied to a well-liked, widely-known brand that many customers have loved since childhood.
One of the main reasons for the ongoing popularity of Lego is that the toy is endlessly versatile: the bricks can be pulled apart and reassembled in a wide array of different combinations. Not only does this entertain children, it is something that their parents can have fun with as well, thereby making a trip to a Lego store a perfect opportunity for a family event. The new shop aims to continue the worldwide spread of the brand, which has already come to include multiple dedicated stores as well as entire theme parks. Shoppers can expect the new store to incorporate promotions and events, often tying in with the popular new Lego themes and sets that are released on a regular basis. Expect the shop to become particularly popular during the Christmas season, when parents and children alike will be on the lookout for the most appealing new presents to buy.
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