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MSP Magazine: Destination Maternity opens today at MOA

Destination Maternity -- the maternity superstore -- opens today at the Mall of America. Bring the family and plan to stay a while: the store features a juice bar, a soft-sided toddler play area, and two flat-screen TV viewing areas -- one for kids and one for dads.
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