NORWICH – A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for the Dollar Tree this weekend when the store officially opened at its new location in the Tops Plaza.
City officials, along with Dollar Tree management and employees, gathered inside the building to host the grand opening celebration early Saturday morning. With balloons in place, face painting and crafts tables set up for kids, and “Bucky” the Dollar Tree mascot making an appearance to greet frugal shoppers, Mayor Joseph Maiurano snipped the red ribbon that spanned the store’s entrance.
“I’m excited about its new place here in the plaza,” Maiurano said. “They’re in a great location and have more room which allows them to have more products and I thinks it’s really going to benefit the area.”