The *Official* Blog of the Liberty Street Robot Supply & Repair.

18 November 2010

Almost 360 Degrees of Robot Shop

Greetings! It probably goes without saying that the Liberty Street Robot Supply & Repair is a one-stop shop for providing unique, clever, sure-to-please holiday gifts for just about anyone on your list. From a wide array of beautiful books and posters and t-shirts to LED Menorahs, robot calculators, fruit-powered clocks (and a number of other Timer & Timekeeping Bots), and the ever-popular water bottle that says, "Banana Juice, Fresh Squeezed by Robot Monkeys," the robot shop has a slew of products that will woo and delight robots and people, young and old.

Here is an almost-360-degree shot of the robot shop, all stocked up with hundreds -- literally HUNDREDS -- of items ranging in price from fifty cents to $100.

Over the next few weeks, we'll be featuring creative new products and customer reviews of many of our tried-and-true standbys, all in an effort to make your holiday shopping easier than ever.

Please join us for Midnight Madness on Friday, December 3.
We'll have lots of one-night-only specials, AND we'll have our second-annual BotChoir, wherein people dressed in robot costumes will sing robot-ized holiday carols in front of the shop, every hour on the hour from 8pm to 11pm. Hope to see you there!

And if you can't make it that night, remember to stop in to the Liberty Street Robot Supply & Repair this holiday season! Not only will you find perfect gifts for your friends and family, you'll also be buying the gift that keeps on giving. All proceeds from the LSRS&R benefit the free students programs at 826michigan, a nonprofit writing lab and tutoring center for students aged six to eighteen. (This year, 826michigan is working in eight schools every week, in the classrooms of almost twenty teachers. We offer after-school tutoring four days a week on site, just inside the robot shop, and at Ypsilanti Middle School. We host field trips from area schools every Friday. We hold creative writing workshops just about every night of the week. And that, my robo-friends, is only the start of it.)

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