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Every week, we'll shine the SPOTLIGHT on a local business in the "Shop Burlington County First" program, the "buy local" initiative created by Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders and its regional partners, the Burlington County Bridge Commission and the Burlington County Regional Chamber of Commerce. 


 

Freeholder-Director 
Bruce Garganio invites 
you to "Shop Burlington County First": "Join in our efforts to energize the economy in Burlington County, keep it growing, and create new jobs." 



This Week's Spotlight on:

 

Ice Cream Shops in Burlington County

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Representing Shop Burlington County First

 

    

Get the ‘’scoop’’ on this weather.

Nothing can “lick’’ a heat wave like great ice cream. 

And Burlington County has some of the best around. There literally is relief in every corner of the County. Take a break during a Pokemon Go adventure, and grab some ice cold refreshment.

Check out who participates in Shop Burlington County First. Stop by one stand close to you. Or try them all and compare!!

Promise you one thing . . . you won’t be disappointed.

Maple Shade Custard Stand at 340 W. Main St. in Maple Shade 856-663-1351          

Vincent's Homemade Ice Cream at 54 High St. in Mount Holly 609-845-3377   

Debbie's Snack Shop at 5 Broad St. in Florence Township 609-499-7622       

Smylie's Ice Cream Shop II at 216 Farnsworth Ave. in Bordentown 609-424-3877     

Smoothie King of Cinnaminson at 195 Rt. 130 South, Unit 127A in Cinnaminson 856-786-0044   

White Dotte at the corner of Rts. 38 & 206 in Southampton 609-267-6610

Aunt Selma's Candy/Parties/Chocolates/Gifts at 37 E. Main St. in Moorestown 856-642-6363         

And the summer events calendar is filled with stuff to do for you, your family or groups of friends.

 

Why Buy Local?

If each household in Burlington County spent just $10 more each month at Burlco businesses, the resulting annual impact to the local economy would be about $19.9 MILLION DOLLARS!

For every $100 spent locally in independently owned stores, shops and restaurants, $44 to $83 is re-circulated in the local economy.  When $100 is spent in national chains, only $14 to $43 stays in the local economy.

How we all benefit by shopping Burlington County:

  • Keep Burlington County's economy strong and growing.
  • Embrace local businesses, which create 80% of new jobs and often provide better wages and benefits
  • Save time and money and protect the environment. Shopping locally saves travel time and gas money
  • Get great products and services at competitive prices at any of Burlington County's 8,000 one-of-a-kind, independent businesses 
  • Create a sense of community. Community groups get 350% more support from local business owners than non-locally owned businesses.

Make your Pledge to Shop Burlington County!


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Burlington County
Board of Chosen Freeholders

 
Burlington County
Bridge Commission

 

 

Burlington County

Regional
Chamber of Commerce 

 
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