It is always a pleasure to tell our community here at the Jersey Shore about new and exciting businesses coming to our area. Our families gain and our local business force gains as well.

 

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This time around I want to tell you about the new Steals & Deals coming to Toms River. First, this store will be in the shopping center across from the Ocean County Mall where Toys R' Us used to be. It's great to see new businesses going into these shopping centers. Great additions to the community and more shopping choices for residents here at the Jersey Shore. This is a great location along busy Hooper Avenue in Toms River.

 

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So maybe you are asking yourself "what is Steals & Deals?" well it is a discount store that has electronics, toys, health and beauty, and household departments. Steals & Deals also carries furniture, home goods, groceries, baby needs, school supplies, plus cooking and cleaning products.

The new location is soon to open at 1240 Hooper Avenue in Toms River. For information Call 732-994-4032.

What kind of new businesses do you think we need here in Toms River and/or around Ocean County? What would you like to see move into your town, that benefits you and your family? Post your comments below and let us know what you are thinking :)

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