Spreading holiday cheer, one tree at a time.


WOODBURY, NJ-Starting the week of December 6, 2016 Woodbury based business, Pools-n-Patios, partnered with the Woodbury School District to provide families in need with a voucher to receive a free Christmas tree.


As Doug Brotherton the owner of Pools-n-Patios explains, “This has been a great year. We opened this spring and the City and families in the area have been so supportive. Selling the trees and wreaths has allowed us to continue to serve out existing customers and the families in the area so it seemed only right to give back to the rest of those families that could use a little help during the holiday. ”


Pools-n-Patios is a new business in Woodbury that opened in March of 2016. They are located at 664 Mantua Pike. They sell in-ground and above-ground pools, parts and chemicals and offer service and repair assistance to pool owners.


According to Brotherton, “I’m proud to say that it never cost me a dime to be nice which is how I built my business. Now after saving all those dimes I have a great opportunity to give back to the community on behalf of my family and my customers who have been so supportive with the opening of the store.”


The Pools-n-Patios facility will be open until Christmas Eve selling trees, wreaths and offering snow covered trees (also known as a flocked tree), which they say is something that has their customers excited.


Starting this spring, they will expand their pool and patio line to include additional exterior lighting options, fountains, lighted water features and hardscape fire elements.


Pools-n-Patios is open __7days a week from 9am to 8pm

For more information about their products, call: 888-492-7946 or visit them on line at https://www.facebook.com/Pools-n-Patio-LLC-335348653335126/.



All Things Video Games goes solo with a grand re-opening

WOODBURY, NJ— On Wednesday, December 7, 2016 the City of Woodbury will help to celebrate the grand re-opening of All Things Video Games located at 234 S. Broad Street in downtown Woodbury. A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place at 4:30 pm.
After spending two years in a shared space with Luke & Cade’s Toy Chest, All Things Video Games is now going solo.
Store owner, Brent Whealton explains, “Sharing this space with Luke & Cade’s was a great opportunity to help get my business off the ground. I found working together with like-minded people who have the same goals and ambitions as me, made me a better business owner and gave me the confidence to do this on my own.”
Whealton explains that he always had a strong interest in video games, technology, and electronics. He has been buying, selling, and trading video games for about 20 years.
At All Things Video Games, Whealton buys, sells, and trades video games for Nintendo, Sega, PlayStation, Xbox, Turbografx, Atari, Game Boy, and more. He specializes in the refurbishing and reconditioning of retro video games and systems. He also sells replacement cords, wires, accessories, and controllers and also a large selection of video game related collectibles.
Before opening All Things Video Games, Whealton was a Solar System Designer. When the economy slowed down, he lost his job and decided to pursue his dream to open a video game retail business. He did this while finishing his BS Degree in Computer Science.
Whealton opened his first store in Camden but after meeting the owners of the Tiki Tiki Board Game store and seeing the opportunities that existed in Woodbury, he decided to move in with Luke & Cade’s Toy Chest. Whealton states, “I think what impressed me the most about Woodbury is that everyone here was very nice and they contributed greatly to others within the community. I could see that the business owner and the residents are truly dedicated to always making Woodbury a better place to live and conduct business in.”
Whealton continues, “So, when Luke & Cade’s decided to move down the street, I knew I had a great opportunity to expand my part of the store and keep my success here going. I have no desire to leave Woodbury. The City has been good to me and I am proud to be a part of the merchant mix.”
All Things Video Games is open: Tuesday to Saturday from 11am – 7pm and Sundays, 12 pm – 5 pm. Their holiday hours are: Monday to Thursday from 11 am – 7 pm, Friday and Saturday from 11 am – 8 pm and Sunday’s from 12 pm – 5 pm. If you need more information about store hours or products call the store at: (856) 479-3082 or visit the website at: allthingsvideogames.com.
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Public Notice: Request for Towing Companies

In accordance with Chapter 182 of the Code of the City of Woodbury, applications are being accepted from qualified towing operators for inclusion in the Towing Rotation List for the 3-year term beginning December 1, 2016. Applications will be accepted until December 14, 2016.

Applications can be obtained here or by contacting the City Clerk, 33 Delaware St, Woodbury, NJ or call 845-1300 ext. 125.

Download Chapter 182 here.