Independence Day is coming soon! As we get closer to yet another spectacular celebration, the merchants remind you to stay safe. Instead of lighting fireworks, which can cause legal problems as well as health problems, take a ride to one of our many Throggs Neck food establishments which are having Fourth of July specials. Enjoy the day with the family in your own neighborhood.
If you’re staying home and making your barbeques, remember we have great butchers such as Menna Meats and Scavello’s Market to obtain your choice of delicious meats. Entertaining the children can become a challenge on those hot days, so stop by Frank Bee’s to get a wide array of children’s activities on your agenda. In Throggs Neck we have what you need, our stores are in walking distance, we are looking forward to serving your summer needs.
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Remember we are having our 1st Annual Dinner Dance on October 16. Call (718) 892-1859 or (718) 829-3200 for more information.
This week’s Merchant of the Week is Just Digital, located at 4011 East Tremont Avenue. Owner Sal Cucciarre will be glad to help take care of all of your printing and duplication needs. At Just Digital, they offer the most up-to-date technology and the most extensively trained service and reprographic personnel in the Bronx and Westchester. They have three locations countrywide, Mamaroneck, Indianapolis and Throggs Neck. With a straight forward approach and fast service, they will get you going so you have more time to run your projects efficiently. As certified service technicians for great companies such as Ricoh, they can help get your machines up and running again. They can also help get those promotional items such as cups, hats, shirts, flashlights, key chains. Call Sal and his staff today at (718) 824-3873 and just ask for what you need.
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