28A — January 25 - February 7, 2013 — Economic Development — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


E conomic D EvElopmEnt

Consider business-friendly Pennsauken Twp. to further your organization’s growth An open invitation to businesses from Pennsauken Township Mayor Rick Taylor


tos, and Restaurant Equippers Warehouse Store, which will be opening a 42,000 s/f site this spring, have all decided on Pennsauken as a prime business location. Over the last two years, Pennsauken businesses have invested well over $50 million into our community through redevelopment and construction projects. In fact, according to Camden County’s Department of Economic Development, over 70% of recent business develop- ment in Camden County is hap- pening right here in Pennsauken Twp. This business-friendly en- vironment was a major reason why our town was recognized with the Municipal and Busi- ness Partnership Award during last year’s Tri-County Economic Development Summit. We feel that Pennsauken is a true hub for any business. The proximity to major arter- ies such as Rte. 130, 70 and 73, the NJ Tpke. and I-95 and I-76 make our community a gateway to commerce. Major cities like Philadelphia, NYC, Wilmington, Baltimore and Washington D.C. are only a car ride away. In addition, with the new transit center, scheduled to open in Pennsauken this spring, workers can travel to Atlantic City, Philadelphia, Trenton, and points in between to easily get to the office or visit clients. Pennsauken’s Department of Economic Development is ready, willing and able to help you make our town your new business headquarters. An im- portant liaison between your company and Township gov- ernment, our team can help you make connections with local commercial real estate, employee training programs, and more. They also have a job bank of Pennsauken residents primed for new employment opportunities. Another key partnership is our local business association, the Business, Industry and Government Council, which works closely with Economic Development to not only foster business growth and create networking opportunities, but to also help make significant contributions back to our com- munity through the support of events like Pennsauken’s holiday parade, and our town’s “clean and green” initiatives. Again, I strongly encourage you to consider business-friend- ly Pennsauken Twp. to further your organization’s growth.

ear Business Owner, As we enter 2013, many of us continue

to move out of “recession mode . ” Ac - c o r d i ng t o the United Stat es De - partment of Labor ’s Bu- reau of Labor Statistics, em-

Rick Taylor

ployment grew by an average of 153,000 per month in 2012. Jobs in education, health ser- vices, construction, manufac- turing, as well as professional and business services, are on an

Tri County Economic Development Award presentation your business and expand your facilities, I invite you to con- sider Pennsauken Township to

upward trend, a positive indica- tor of business growth. If you’re looking to grow

help achieve these goals. Many companies, including Barry Callebaut, USA, Lidestri, Pura-

Featuring our Annual COMMERCIAL OFFICE SPOTLIGHT February 22, 2013

A special pullout section… featuring

• A special LISTING of all the Office Space transactions recorded in the Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal throughout 2012 • Bi-lined Articles submitted by Expert office brokers • Office Market Reports compiled by major companies • Society of Office and Industrial Realtors Organization • Special feature on NAI and it’s member firms • National Association of Industrial and Office Properties

Deadline: February 8, 2013 • Special advertising rates to all participating firms Linda Christman • Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal

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Sincerely, Rick Taylor Mayor of Pennsauken n

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