We have been collecting school supplies for well over 10 years hosting 92.7 WOBM's "Stuff the Bus".

We are currently collecting school supplies right now for Ocean County students. All the school supplies will stay here in Ocean County. We are helping children and families during these trying times.

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We had several schools reach out to us this year that they need help. We said, "Let's take Stuff the Bus to the next level". And, that's what we're doing.

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Join us as we a Two Day Stuff the Bus EVENT. 92.7 WOBM's Stuff the Bus is on the road collecting school supplies this year. Starting today Thursday (September 15th) and tomorrow Friday September 16th we will be at the ShopRite, Rt. 37 in Toms River.

We are at the ShopRite from 6 am - 6 pm. Shawn & Sue (6 am - 12 pm) and Kyle Anthony (12 pm - 6 pm).

We've been collecting school supplies since mid August and didn't drop-off locations.

Drop Locations This Year:

  • ·  Toms River - Route 37
  • ·  Toms River - Fischer Blvd
  • ·  Manchester - Route 70
  • ·  Manahawkin - Route 72
  • ·  Brick - Route 70 & Chambers Bridge Road
  • ·  Waretown - Route 9
  • ·  Bayville - Route 9
  • ·  Jackson - North County Line Road
  • ·  Lacey – Route 9 

These locations brought so many school supplies, we can't thank you enough.

If you weren't able to get to one of these locations, please join us Thursday and Friday at the ShopRite on Rt. 37 in Toms River. Help out the kids and we would love to see you.

We'll be doing our show live for two full days, can't wait to see you. And, thank you so much for helping children and their families right here in our community.

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