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ITBD Helps Couple Launch New Britain Clothing Store

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Originally Published on Tuesday, 4 July 2017 23:12Written by Angie DeRosa, Staff Writer   NEW BRITAIN - A few years ago, Davina Ismail and her husband, Gulaid, had a problem. They were constantly buying new clothes for their son who kept spitting up on his current clothes and staining them due to acid reflux. Their solution? To start their own business selling children’s clothing that is not only made from quality materials, but is inexpensive at the same time. DribbleBabies, LLC, opened at 53 Columbus Blvd. last November, but has been an online store since 2013. With the help of the Incubator...

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The Record Journal Visits DribbleBabies, New Britain

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Former Meriden resident opens children’s clothing store in New Britain Originally posted July 7, 2017 08:42PMBy Lauren Sievert, Record-Journal staff Davina Ismail always wanted to start her own business, and did so online a few years ago. With the help of an incubator program at Central Connecticut State University, she now has her own clothing shop. Ismail, who recently moved from Meriden to New Britain, said one of her sons had acid reflux as a young child, so she and her husband were constantly washing his clothing. She got the idea to start her own store in 2013 and decided on...

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DribbleBabies - U.S. Senator Blumenthal Briefing on the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs Family Caregivers Program

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U.S. Senator Blumenthal Briefing on the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs Family Caregivers Program Recorded On: 5/27/2016 Watch us in the full Congressional Hearing - Click Here   Originally aired on Connecticut Network  

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DribbleBabies and BraveMinds - Invited to the State Capitol by Senator Blumenthal

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Watch the interview here------> WFSB 3 Connecticut Bill proposed to help veteran caregivers  By Hannah Dickison By Matt Campbell HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) - Connecticut lawmakers have pushed to give assistance to veterans' loved ones, who they call "silent heroes." Channel 3's Matt Campbell spoke with family members who said once veteran's return home, another battle begins. When Marine Gulaid Ismail returned from war, his flashbacks of war were as vivid as when he lived them. "The most difficult part is the anniversary time. Nightmares tend to be more intense," said Ismail. As Ismaid struggled with PTSD, his wife Davina Ismail struggled with him. "Most of...

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DribbleBabies and the 2016 Walk for Warmth 5k Run/3k Walk

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2016 Walk for Warmth 5k Run/3k Walk Presented by New Opportunities of Greater Meriden We are pleased to announce that we are a partial sponsor of this wonderful event. Established in 1990, the Walk for Warmth 5K Run & 3K Walk is an annual event held each March to benefit an emergency heating assistance fund for families and the elderly living in Meriden, Wallingford, Southington, Berlin and Cheshire who have been impacted by financial hardship, such as a job loss or medical emergency. In 2014, a USATF (USA Track and Field) sanctioned 5K race was incorporated into the event in...

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