Join us for our monthly meeting at 7pm at the TOSCA MARQUEE, 4034 E. Tremont Avenue. We will be unveiling the NEW WEBSITE to highlight YOUR company. We will meet with you to set up your own member profile and show how it can improve your bottom line!
- Christmas PartyWed Dec 11 2019, 06:30pm ESTThe Redwood Club
On Tuesday, August 20, 2019, The Market at Preston had its 2nd Annual “Back To School” event with free school supplies being given to our neighborhood children. There were many smiles all around and the turnout was terrific! We also had a special guest in this week’s COMMUNITY CORNER: Renee Ramos, Children’s Librarian at the . . . read more
“Trees make the city more livable, improve the environment, enhance public health, and are one of the most beneficial and cost effective ways to support and advance our infrastructure. Placed in sidewalks throughout our communities, street trees have a direct impact on our neighborhoods through the benefits they provide,” That statement comes from the NYC . . . read more
It’s been a long cold winter this year, But the warm days of Spring are finally here, and the event that will be the highlight of the season takes places on May 17! The abundant commercial and entertainment offerings of the Throggs Neck community, including some of the region’s best restaurants, amusements, products, and services, . . . read more
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. If you haven’t been to Turtle Cove since the renovations, you have to visit them before it gets too cold. Besides the . . . read more
Board members from the Throggs Neck Merchant Association along with architect, Frank Molinini, met with representatives from the Bronx Borough President’s office and BOEDC on Tuesday April 9, 2013. The meeting was a result of a letter sent out to a number of our elected officials and other influential individuals. A sample copy of the . . . read more
As a business owner, your data is irreplaceable. You need to set up a redundant system of copies—called backups—that preserve your company’s information assets and keep you functioning smoothly. You can lose data in a number of different ways, and you want to be prepared to continue to operate your business normally if this should . . . read more