There are many tell tale signs that point (no pun intended) to you living in a particular town, and here are 5 really good signs you live in Point Pleasant Borough.

In our endless quest to show love to all of our great local businesses, we share with you 5 ways you know you live in Point Pleasant Borough just by the way you've done business, entertained your family or where you've eaten over the years.

Let's celebrate some great local favorites as we present 5 Ways you know if you live in Point Pleasant borough....

Party Time! You know you're from the Boro if you've rented a tent, helium tank or other party needs at Richard's Sales & Rentals. And if it wasn't a party you were throwing, you probably rented a tool or two to get a project done.

Let The Music Play! You know you're from Point Boro if you or someone you know took lessons or bought their first guitar or instrument at Clarizio Music.  .

Drive Thru Convenience. You know you're a Point Boro resident if you've had the kids in the car on a rainy day and took advantage of the convenient Welsh Farms drive thru. A life saver.

Uniforms & T Shirts. you absolutely know you're from Point Boro if you or your kids have ever worn a shirt, hat or uniform from Special Tee Graphics, whether from their old Bridge Ave. location or the new one at 2433 Bridge Ave.

Oil & Lube. If you've gotten a quick tune up or oil change at the corner of Beaver Dam and Bridge, you know Eaglespeed and you definitely are from Point Boro.

There are so many great local businesses that make an impact on our lives in Point Pleasant Borough, and here are just a few. Keep supporting these and all the local businesses in town!

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