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      Space-Themed Photo Adventure Raises $18,000 For Charity

        The Out of This World interactive, pop-up exhibit at The   About The Gardens Mall
      Gardens Mall launched fun, education, and generosity. The     The Gardens Mall is
      six-week, space-themed display raised more than $18,000 for   located one mile east of I-95
      Give Kids The World Village.                       on PGA Boulevard in Palm
        The Gardens Mall partnered with the Kennedy Space Center   Beach  Gardens,  Fla.  The
      Visitor Complex to produce the walk-through exhibit. Guests   luxurious, 1.4-million-square-
      learned historical facts about space exploration and got to picture   foot, super-regional shopping
      themselves as astronauts walking on the moon and visiting Mars.   center features more than 150
      At the end of the journey, visitors had a chance to name a star   world-class retail specialty
      in the solar system.                               shops and restaurants. It is
        “This was a hands-on learning experience that had the   anchored by Nordstrom, Saks
      dual benefit of helping a Florida-based charity,” said Whitney   Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale’s,
      Pettis Jester, director of marketing and merchant relations at   and Macy’s. The Gardens
      The Gardens Mall. “Guests were really excited and inspired,   Mall is owned and managed
      so we extended the exhibit a few weeks, which also helped the   by The Forbes Company. For
      nonprofit. Mission accomplished!”                  more information about The
        All proceeds from Out of This World were donated to Give   Gardens Mall, call (561) 775-
      Kids The World Village. The nonprofit resort in Central Florida   7750 or visit the mall online at
      offers weeklong, cost-free vacations to critically ill children, and
      their families, from around the world. Since 1989, Give Kids
      The World Village has welcomed nearly 200,000 families.   Photos by The Gardens Mall  Out of This World space suit   Out of This World shuttle experience
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