Welcome to The Medford Business Association, a not-for-profit organization that supports and promotes area businesses and our community, now for over 70 years. Much of who we are and what we do is reflected and featured on this website and on our Facebook page, so we invite you to take some time to look around, find out about our events and activities, visit our business directory, read about our town, and consider joining us!

We invite you to also visit DestinationMedford for more on Medford NJ Happenings.
And please remember to patronize Medford NJ businesses throughout the year!
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COVID-19 Re-Opening Resources

COVID-19 Re-Opening Resources


BCRCC NJ COVID-19
Re-Opening Resource Guide

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Downtown New Jersey
Resource Page

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Additional Resources

NJEDA Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program – Phase 2 –Grants up to $10K are available for business under 25 employees.  Nonprofits & home based business are eligible.
The application process is still open. 
Click here to apply.
 
NJBIA Reopening Survey
Please consider participating this
survey.  The more data we can gather, the better the information we have to share with our elected officials.
 
State of New Jersey News & Resources
Stay At Home Order Lifted – If you haven’t heard by now, Governor Murphy has lifted the Stay at Home Order.  We are still awaiting guidance on many issues.
 
Return to Work Guidelines
https://www.nj.gov/labor/assets/PDFs/returntowork_guidelines.pdf
 
FAQs for Employers
https://www.nj.gov/labor/employer-services/business/covid.shtml
 
General FAQs
https://www.nj.gov/labor/worker-protections/covid_returntowork.shtml
              
One Jersey Pledge
For more information & download the poster,
click here.


MEDFORD COUNCIL RESOLUTION TEMPORARILY LIFTING REQUIREMENTS FOR OUTDOOR SEATING
Great News for our Local Restaurants & Breweries!

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A Letter to
The Honorable Phil Murphy
Governor of New Jersey

The MBA recently sent a letter to Governor Murphy concerning the effects the COVID-19 Pandemic is having on our Business Community

Click Here to download a PDF copy

COVID-19 Resources (March/April)

COVID-19 Resources

Help Local Businesses

  • Shop local & shop small where permitted!
  • Buy take-out, delivery, and/or gift cards from local restaurants
  • Share updates and info about local businesses on social media

Update from the Office of Congressman Andy Kim - 4/9/2020
Over the past month, our office has heard from countless small business owners looking for help to weather the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the Congressman voted to pass the CARES Act which secured hundreds of billions in funds for small business owners, we know there are still a lot of questions, and a need for more help. We’ve put together three ways you can get answers and help for your small business or for small businesses in your community.

Small Business Telephone Town Hall – Tomorrow at 11am, Congressman Kim will be holding a telephone town hall for aimed at answering questions from small business owners. He’ll be joined by Tim Sullivan of the NJ EDA and representatives from the Greater Burlington and Toms River Chambers of Commerce. You can stream the telephone town hall and ask questions live on our website by clicking here.

Small Business Resource Guide – Our office has put together a comprehensive resource guide to help you navigate the various ways you can get help during these tough times. You can download our resource guide from our website by clicking here.

Daily Coronavirus ENewsletter – Every day our office sends out the latest information from federal and state sources on new rules, regulations and resources. You can sign up for our daily enewsletter on our website by clicking here.

BE AWARE OF COVID-19 Stimulus Scams
Congress has recently passed a large COVID-19 relief and stimulus package. As with other aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic, fraudsters are exploiting the relief and stimulus to victimize the public. The U.S. Secret Service is observing a rise in stimulus relief fraud over the past several days and expect the fraud attempts to continue throughout the pandemic.

Criminal actors are using a variety of means to contact potential victims. In one instance, the criminal actors are using spoofed email addresses posing as U.S. Treasury officials requesting that the victim provide personal identifying information (PII), so that they can receive their share of the stimulus.

Other than via email, criminal actors are contacting potential victims via SMS/text, robocalls, and other messaging platforms. Through texts, criminal actors are sending links which directs individuals to a website, which then prompts the potential victim to enter PII and other sensitive information, such as bank account numbers, email addresses, and passwords.

Please click HERE for the US Secret Service INFO PDF Alert that provides threat information and recommended mitigation strategies to assist individuals and organizations in guarding against the persistent malicious actions of cyber criminals.

Stay vigilant, stay safe!!

Resource Links
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Annual Medford Art, Wine, and Music Festival
Second Sunday in June - Main Street in Medford NJ

Fine artist works, colorful crafts, local wines, craft beer, and good food will be on hand as several South Jersey Wineries and Medfords local breweries will be serving up their finest while local bands play live music throughout the afternoon.

The Medford Lakes Corvette Club will feature classic automobiles on South Main St. Musical groups will be located on porches up and down Main Street. An estimated 10,000 visitors are again expected to attend the festival. This year, the festival will again be expanded further along North Main Street so that the entire event will run from the Medford Library at Allen & Main St. to Rt 70.

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Annual Medford Oktoberfest and Music Festival
Third Saturday in September - Freedom Park in Medford NJ

Mark your calendars for the Medford Oktoberfest and Music Festival coming again the third Saturday in September, the same date as the beginning of Oktoberfest in Munich Germany!

Enjoy Great Live Music from over 15 local Rock, Folk, and Blues Bands. An array of authentic German Foods and German Music will be on hand, plus rows of local businesses in the Medford Business Expo. Enjoy over a dozen brands of Oktoberfest Beers and Local Craft Beers, plus Artisan Ciders, many food trucks and restaurants, kids fun activities and more.

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Annual Medford Dickens Festival in the Village
First Saturday in December - Main Street in Historic Medford Village, Medford NJ


The Medford Business Association is proud to announce that they will be presenting the Dickens Festival on Main Street in Historic Medford Village! The family friendly event will take place on the first Saturday in December and it promises to be a magical time for children and adults alike.

Main Street will be transformed into a quaint winter wonderland, featuring holiday festivities galore with an old-time flair. The festival typically attracts more than 10,000 people from Medford and surrounding communities.

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Featured Members
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ShopRite of Medford and Zallies Fresh Kitchen of ShopRite
Dedicated to supporting the community, ShopRite of Medford sponsors many events each year, including the Presenting Sponsor of The Medford Art, Wine, & Music Festival, and Presenting Sponsor of Medford Oktoberfest. We thank them for their support! Please remember to patronize them and all of our sponsors!

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