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2015 MBA Directory can be Downloaded Now

Jul 23, 2015 -

The 2015 MBA Printed Directory can be downloaded and viewed as a pdf file by clicking here. 2015 MBA Directory.


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MBA Recognizes Maurizios Bistro with First Spotlight Award

Jul 22, 2015 -

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Maurizio's Bistro received Moorestown Business Association's first Spotlight Award on Tuesday, July 14 from MBA President and Vice-president Don Powell and Steven Pazienza. Moorestown Mayor Victoria Napolitano was invited to participate as a certificate of appreciation was presented to owners Maurizio and Rosie Randazzo for their outstanding efforts to brighten up the sidewalk areas in front and along the side of their restaurant.

Cheerful red umbrellas and sparkling lights canopy Maurizio's al fresco dining area, where patrons enjoy their meals amid lush planters filled with greenery and flowers. Beautifully tended planting beds frame the front of the restaurant, which is accented with benches that provide a perfect spot to enjoy a gelato. The Randazzos were intent upon making their outdoor area an inviting place for customers, and their efforts add to the charm of Moorestown's Main Street shopping corridor.

Maurizio's Bistro opened its doors in August of 2014 and was immediately welcomed by the community. 'We love the town, and enjoy giving back,' explain the Randazzos, who own a restaurant in Cinnaminson and were excited to open their second establishment in Moorestown where they live and their three children attended school. The Bistro specializes in cooked-to-order meals and artesian pizzas at lunch and dinner, and also serves breakfast on weekends—making it an ideal spot to enjoy spending time in town with family and friends.

The MBA is launching its Spotlight program as a means to highlight local businesses that are making a positive impact on the community. From brightening up street-front properties, to supporting charitable causes, to providing unique services and goods for the town, the MBA wants to publicly applaud businesses that are helping to make Moorestown an outstanding place to shop, visit and live.

Business owners and residents are invited to contact the MBA to share information about initiatives they have taken or businesses they know that have taken measures to improve Moorestown. Notes MBA President Powell, 'We want to make a point of thanking local businesses who goes the extra mile.'

Photo Caption: MBA President Don Powell with Maurizio's Bistro owners Maurizio and Rosie Randazzo, Moorestown Mayor Victoria Napolitano, and MBA Vice-president Steven Pazienza.

Photo credit: Tom Sheckels


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Main Street Cleanup Day

May 17, 2015 -

On Thursday, May 14th, the MBA orchestrated a spring cleanup of the planting beds on Moorestown's Main Street from Chester Avenue to Church Street. The operation was lead by Gina Zegel, a volunteer MBA member and assisted by members of the Garden Club, but the heroes where the great people who work for Keller Williams Realty lead by Michelle Carite. They showed up with almost 30 agents and worked like crazy to clean, thatch, weed, sweep and mulch all the planting beds along our main business area. Their community service is an example for all of us.

We all (hopefully) recognize the benefit of a clean and pleasant shopping area. A clean, beautiful Main Street invites people to visit, helps make Moorestown a great place to live and enhances business for everyone. The appearance in front of each store bears a direct reflection of the overall business philosophy of the merchant. Some businesses go the extra mile and keep the planting area in front well tended. For the others, we hope they will pickup the ball and run with it; pull an occasional weed, put in a few flowers or at least dump a bucket of water on the plants each week.

Thanks to all for a job well done!

Don Powell

President, MBA


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