Is this really the only supermarket you want in Toms River, NJ


So why can’t Toms River get a Wegmans?

It’s the only thing you want in Kohl’s place at Tom River. The building is definitely shaped like a supermarket because that was what it once was. I remember the supermarket was so busy all the time, it was sad when it closed. What type of business would be best for Toms River Mall? A Wegmans would be perfect in this place.

A Wegmans would be perfect at this Toms River location.

It’s a giant store and there’s so much to do there. Lots of traffic and it’s right next to 37 and the Garden State Parkway east entrance. This is the perfect location for something awesome for Toms River and surrounding areas. Notice what I’m doing there, yes it’s the perfect place.

triloks, Getty Stock, Think Stock

triloks, Getty Stock, Think Stock

Wegman is a supermarket founded in Rochester in 1916. According to Wikipedia…as of May 2021, Wegmans has over 100 stores in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions. By the way, there are two Wegmans in Monmouth County, they are closest to us in Ocean County. One in Ocean Township and the other in Manalapan.

From the Wegman website: Our customers tell us they can count on the Wegmans brand for quality and great taste, and because we know cleaner ingredients are important. That’s why we’re committed to providing more Wegmans brand items that are either organic or good for you (no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives). You will find thousands of our tasty products in our store.

So it’s time. Take Wegmans to Toms River. Do you agree?

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