Posted on

benny’s stores

“That’s where I went for all of my Christmas lights.”

“Sometimes I didn’t even know what I needed until I went to Benny’s and I never left the store with nothing!”
Perhaps you have a Benny’s story? Share it with us! Your story may inspire us to offer a new product.

“I got my first bicycle at Benny’s”
Though the Benny’s retail stores are no more, you can still recall your fond memories of visiting Benny’s with www.vintagebennys.com.
32 Benny’s Stores would be part of southeastern New England’s fabric and landscape. The footprint extended from western Connecticut through all of Rhode Island to Southeastern Massachusetts. Today there are plans to develop the former Benny’s store sites into new businesses.
“It was the quick stop before I went fishing!”
How did VintageBenny’s come to be? Our family attended the most recent 4 th of July celebration in Bristol, RI. We wore our Benny’s hats purchased at the Bristol store long before it closed. There were many offers to buy the hats outright. But it did give us the idea to bring back the Benny’s name and share it with you.

“I remember the smell of new bikes when I first walked in!”

Benny’s Stores were part of the culture of southeastern New England from 1924 until their closure in 2017. Benjamin Bromberg opened the first store in Providence on November 1924. What followed is a great legacy made of hard work, a sense of family and a little magic. 32 Benny’s Stores would be part of southeastern N

Benny's stores

“We are happy that vintagebennys.com has produced a quality line of apparel with our iconic logo that has been recognized by southern New Englanders since 1924,” Benny’s Vice President Arnold Bromberg said.

EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Those who want to pay homage to Rhode Island’s “favorite store” are in luck.
Posted: Jun 17, 2019 / 06:10 PM EDT / Updated: Jun 17, 2019 / 06:10 PM EDT

Some of the items will soon be available at select Frog and Toad and East & West gift shops in Providence and on onlyinRI.com.
(Courtesy of vintagebennys.com)
The new apparel – including baseball caps, beanies, t-shirts, hooded sweatshirts and crewnecks – are newer versions of similar merchandise sold in Benny’s stores up until the retailer closed for good.
The products, all of which are sporting the classic Benny’s logo, are available for purchase online and range from $20-$50.
“We’re thrilled with the initial response and look forward to hearing more from our audience and keeping Benny’s brand alive in the hearts of its many fans for years to come,” said Dave Gwizdowski, a vintagebennys.com partner.

Benny’s, the former retailer that closed up shop in 2017, has just released a brand new collection of authorized apparel.

Benny’s, the former retailer that closed up shop in 2017, has just released a brand new collection of vintage, authorized clothing.