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The MBA, an organization of professional, retail and non-profit businesses, promotes Moorestown as the ideal town in which to shop, seek professional services and participate in community life.


Main Street Merchants Holiday Stroll

Dec 03, 2015 -



Important MBA November Meeting Announcement

Nov 18, 2015 -

Due to last night's fire at the Moorestown Community House, we have moved today's MBA November Membership Meeting with Special Guest Speaker Chris Gheysens (Wawa President / CEO) to First Baptist Church (19 W. Main Street).

The MBA Board of Directors wish to express our sadness about the fire that damaged Moorestown's beloved Community House last night. We are thankful that no one was injured by the fire, and that our Fire Department did such a great job in limiting the damage to this town treasure. We hope that Community House Executive Director (and MBA Board Member) Brad Kenney, the Community House's Board, and the Moorestown Community will all come together to rebuild 'the heart of our town'.

As for today's regularly-scheduled MBA November Membership Meeting, we have been allowed by the pastor of First Baptist Church, Rev. Linda Pepe, to relocate our meeting to its Fellowship Hall, in the lower level of the church at 19 W. Main Street (between Carl's Shoes and Passariello's). You can park in the Municipal Parking Lot behind Carl's Shoes and enter through the side double-glass doors of the church (on the Carl's Shoes' side of the church).

The details of the meeting otherwise remain unchanged:

Event: MBA's November Membership Meeting

Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Time: 12 to 1:30 PM (doors open at 11:30 AM for networking)

Speaker: Chris Gheysens, Wawa President / CEO (and Moorestown resident)

Site: First Baptist Church Fellowship Hall (19 West Main Street)

RSVP: To attend this meeting (which we do expect to sell out), please RSVP at this link:http://whoscoming.com/moorestownbusinessassociation. Once you get to the 'Information and Registrations' page, click on the 'Register as new user' link to log in to the system (if you did not do so for one of our previous meetings).

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Hollyhock Gardeners Green Thumb on Main Street Earns MBA Award

Nov 10, 2015 -


The increasing visual appeal of Moorestown’s Main Street business district is due in part to dedicated volunteers who have responded to Moorestown Business Association’s initiative to beautify the walkways that rim the town’s central corridor. Earlier this year The Hollyhock Gardener service joined the effort and targeted two planting beds in the first block of Main Street doing what they do best—careful planning and cultivating of garden areas. Choosing plants that would remain attractive as the seasons change, the team from Hollyhock donated their time, materials and expertise to create garden areas that are still appealing as winter approaches. The MBA awarded The Hollyhock Gardener a Spotlight Award in recognition of their efforts.

Hollyhock Gardener owner Kay Stuckey Mufalli has been an active member of the MBA and Moorestown Rotary for years and, although her business is headquartered in Cinnaminson, most of her customers are Moorestown residents. Through her many connections in town, she and her company are committed to maintaining the township’s charm and beauty and she was eager to take on the Main Street project.

Stuckey is especially proud of her dedicated team of professional gardeners who treat customer’s gardens like they were their own. Over half of her crew are women, who add a unique perspective to each endeavor. The company prides itself on grooming gardens that are environmentally friendly, not “over-planned,” and with careful attention to light and color. Stuckey’s eye for design and color was honed in her first career as a fashion buyer and director in New York. But she grew up in a farming family in South Jersey where she learned horticulture from an early age, and jumped at the opportunity to start The Hollyhock Gardener over 20 years ago.

The MBA initiated 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.

Photo (L to R): MBA Vice President Steven Pazienza, Hollyhock owner Kay Stuckey Mufalli, and MBA President Don Powell in front of one of the landscape beds on Main Street designed and planted by The Hollyhock Gardener. Photo credit: Tom Sheckels


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