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52 - CAPE: TTE, FridaY-, November27 r : December '3,1998 Rehoboth Outlets offers e00ended hours Early risers and night owls will find .convenient holiday shopping hours and extras at Rehoboth Out- lets. This holiday, Rehoboth Out- lets has extended its shopping hours to give customers more op- tions. Rehoboth Outlets has an excep- tional mix of more than 140 out- lets stores and loads of holiday ex- tras, including a strolling band to entertain customers while they shop, and elves that will be hand- ing out candy and shopping bags to customers the weekends of Dec. 5 and Dec. 12. There will also be on-site gift wrap that opens Dec. 12 at noon, and remains open until Dec. 24. The gift wrap will be 9Pen at Center 3 in the Red Ca- boose next to OshKosh B'Gosh. All proceedsof the gift wrap bene- fit Sussex CountySenior Services (CHEER). For more details on the gift, wrap, eal! themanagement of- fice at 226-9223,. The RehobothOutlets are offer- irrg plenty of bargains this holiday Season, begirirfing with the new trends in fashion. While sweaters are always a holiday favorite, customers may discover blends that are more than just warm. but also wonderful in fabrics such as chenille, mohair and merino wools. Shoppers will also find twin shell pullovers, cardigans in pastels or nighttime hues, soft jersey knits in pants, dress and skirt ensembles. Outlet stores also offer lots of accessories, from shoes to jewelry and handbags. Fragrances and cosmetics stores will have plenty of bargains for holiday shoppers. In addition to clothes, there are all sorts of other gift "options, such as books, music tapes and CDs, and whimsical notepads and nov- elty pens that make great stocking stuffers. For kids, there are toy shops fea- turing games, toys, high-paced video games and more. If there's a person on your list that is particularly hard to shop Eagle's Eye, with its origi- for, the answer isgift certificates, nal apparel, and Mikasa, Customers can purchase an outlet where china and glassware certificate redeemable atany store abound, are just two of the in the outlet centers. -- shops in Rehoboth Outlets of- Throughout the holidays, eus- fering extended hours prior tomers can shop from 10 a.m, .to 9 to Christmas for more c0n- p.m., Mondays through Saturdays vewnient shopping. and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sundays... For the early bird, Rehoboth:Out- : lets will open at 8 a.m., Nov. 27' ; and 28, and 9 a.m., Sunday, Nov. : 29. Many stores will offer early bird specials between the hours of 8 and 10 a.m., Nov. 27 and 28. Rehoboth Outlets is owned and operated by Charter Oak Partners, the nation's largest privately held outlet center developer, with 12 factory outlet shopping centers across the country. Shuttle America taking reservations in New Castle Effective immediately, Shuttle America, the new Connecticut- based airline, is taking reserva- tions for low-cost flights from New Castle airport. The airline plans to launch nonstop service flights from the New Castle facili- ty starting Nov. 20, pending FAA certification. Flights are scheduled to depart from New Castle to ar- rive at Hartford, Conn., starting Nov. 20, with five nonstop flights per day; to Buffalo, N.Y., starting Nov. 24, with four nonstop flights per day; and to Norfolk, Va., start- ing Dec. 18, with five nonstop flights per day. For toll-free reser- vations or customer service, call 877-999-FARE. (Shuttle America will provide service to each desti- nation in a state-of-the-art, envi- ronmentally friendly, 50-seat De- Havilland Dash-8 aircraft. In some markets, a $29 fare will be avail- able for tickets booked 14 days in advance. Saturday night stays are not required. Tickets are nonre- fundable, but can be exchanged. The DeHavilland Dash-8 Aircraft will be used on all routes. The $10 million turborprop aircraft is out- fitted in a four-across configura- tion, featuring all-leather reclining seats. The aircraft is designed for maximum passenger comfort, easy loading and unloading and quick turnarounds. The airline plans to have six DeHavilland Dash-8 planes in its fleet by early 1999. The launch of Shuttle America from New Castle Airport marks the first passenger service since 1991 from the Delaware River & Bay Authority's airport facility in New Castle. The new flights, low fares and overall economic impact from Shuttle America's arrival are expected to provide a boost to the region's economy and the New Castle Airport. Shuttle America's decision to operate from New Castle is based on what the airline perceives is a significant untapped air service market, the airport's convenient facilities, high reliability and un- congested highway and airway ac- cess. "Shuttle America is an air- line based on providing low cost, frequent and hassle-free alterna- tive to driving," said Shuttle America president and CEO, David Hackett Rocco Tomanelli, Airports Di- rector for the Delaware River & Bay Authority, said Shuttle Amer- ica offers a solid business plan backed by market analysis of the area. "We're pleased that Shuttle America chose to serve the Wiilm- ington area," he said. Shutttle America hopes to create 300) to 400 new jobs over the next 2, to 36 months. The airline is curremtly recruiting new customer serviice, reservation center and flight atten- dant personnel. Those interested in employment should call 860- 386-4210. 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