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Tree Basin Beautification Program

TNMA members volunteered to clean out and beautify the tree basins directly in front of Rite Aid and across the street from Rite Aid. 

Throggs Neck Merchant Association Tree Basin Beautification Project

TNLL Street Carnival

TNLL Street Carnival poster

NYS Liquor Authority Approved Alcohol Training Awareness Program

ATTENTION: ALL BUSINESSES THAT SELL AND SERVE ALCOHOL. Throggs Neck Community Action Partnership Is Sponsoring An  Alcohol Training Awareness Program

TNMA's First Ever Golf Outing.

What a great outing we had for our first ever golf event. The day started out with some registered golfers first heading over to Turtle Cove Golf Center to hit some practice shots.

East Tremont Streetscape Update

Board members from the Throggs Neck Merchant Association along with Frank Molinini met representatives from the Bronx Borough Presidents office and BOEDC on Tuesday April 9, 2013.

Throggs Neck Merchant Association 5th Annual Dinner Dance Honorees

This year’s event honors Patrick Caruso, who will receive the Excellence Award; Theresa Dambinskas, who is being named Business Woman of the Year; Miguel and Jose Luna, Business Men of the Year, and Steven Squiteri, who will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award. Click above to read more....


Twas the week before Christmas

Twas the month before Christmas and all through the town, no one seemed to notice as local small business’s shut down.

People were happily shopping online, setting for hours thinking they were saving lots of time. Falling prey to false adds and cheap crap from foreign lands they cluelessly sat like zombies with devices in hands.

President's Letter to our members

Merchants and Friends,

I was very happy with the results of last night’s meeting. Thank You to Ice House for letting us have the meeting there. We had a great turn out, and a number of guest speakers. We had Captain Russell Green and Community Affairs Officer Caldero come and discuss a few topics. I have attached their contact sheet for the precinct. We were also surprised by a visit from Councilman Jimmy Vacca and Congressman Crowley. 

Wicked Wolf Outdoors Seating

   The Wicked Wolf blossomed from an idea to create a neighborhood restaurant that offers great food and friendly service. Inside, the warmth created by the rich Mahogany wood and raw brick walls leaves you feeling relaxed in its casual elegance. Combined with friendly, efficient service, the Wicked Wolf makes for a unique dining experience in Throggs Neck.

Scott Place Cafe

   The Mall at Scott Place is now open. Located at 3602 East Tremont Ave, the shops consist of a Giabella's Jewelry, Vincenzo's Hairstylists, Carmine's Sweet Shoppe, and the Scott Place Café. Along the side of the building, there is an outdoor patio seating area with tables and umbrellas for warmer months. This unique (for Throggs Neck) set-up is a welcome addition to the neighborhood.

Bronx 6th graders, Daily News contest winners, get VIP treatment at Universal Studios in Florida

ORLANDO - A class of lucky Bronx sixth-graders was treated to an inside look at the attractions at Universal's Islands of Adventure Monday - and the kids got to cut every line.

Protecting Your Assets - Best Practices for your Business Data Protection
Your business data is irreplaceable! Without it, you would probably be out of business. The following tips can help save the valuable information necessary to continue running your business smoothly.

Throggs Neck Merchants Association host business seminars to fight sluggish economy
Even in the best economic climates, owning a business can be confusing and difficult, however, the problems can seem insurmountable in tough economic times.

TNMA confronts city agencies about parking issues

Parking issues in Throggs Neck are piling up as fast as the snow and officials with the Throggs Neck Merchants Association are looking to resolve the problems.

TNMA officials are planning to meet with the City Departments of Transportation and Sanitation to address growing concerns with meters and parking availability.

“There are multiple issues there that we’re trying to address,” John Cerini, president of the association said. “We’re just trying to get a handle on the situation.”

Throggs Neck Lighting on Dec. 5
The holiday season officially kicks off this Sunday in Throggs Neck with the lighting of the community’s Christmas tree on Sunday, December 5 at 5:30 p.m. The first 300 children in attendance will receive toys from Santa Claus, who is expected to ride in from the North Pole.

Throggs Neck merchants roll out shopper IDs
Stores all over Throggs Neck are about to enter the Internet age, though shoppers can choose not to come along.
The Throggs Neck Merchants Association is planning a new shopper I.D. system. Every consumer that wishes to participate will get a special ID card.

Throggs Neck 2010 Annual Dinner Dance
The Throggs Neck Merchants Association in the Throggs Neck section of the Bronx would like to announce their Third Annual Dinner Dance on Thursday, October 14, 2010. In the past few years TNMA has had a great turn out for their Annual Dinner Dances

Laundromat overload in the Bronx
On a modest commercial strip in the Throggs Neck section of the Bronx, word spread fast that construction going on inside a former Washington Mutual branch was transforming the space into a huge 24-hour Laundromat.

Department of Transportation drops plan to charge business owners for hanging promotional banners
The city suddenly did a 180-degree turn Wednesday on a controversial plan that had local merchants groups raising the roof.
The Department of Transportation had proposed charging merchants associations and business improvement districts - already hurting from high taxes, overzealous meter maids and a sagging economy - thousands of dollars for hanging promotional banners.

Bronx Times Reporter & Penny Pincher Article
The Throggs Neck Merchants Sidewalk Sale was held on last Saturday & was a great success as always, thanks to you for coming out, and to all the merchants who participated.

Throggs Neck Merchants score $20,000 grant
Self-funded, the Throggs Neck Merchants Association has preserved E. Tremont Avenue. Now the TNMA aims to fortify E. Tremont and make Throggs Neck a must-shop destination.

Throgs Neck Merchants
Last week the growing Throggs Neck Merchants Association held its first-annual dinner dance and it was quite successful. Along with Throgs Neck icon Jim McQuade and the Penny Pincher's own Barbara Perrone, I was honored to be recognized by this great organization.

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