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Meet the People Behind the Logos
Sure, the Internet is great, but sometimes you have to get out into the real world to meet potential customers, vendors, and talent, and to find out what the competition is up to. A prime opportunity to do just that is coming up. The 23rd annual Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Trade Fair, in conjunctioni with the U.S. 1 Technology Showcase, takes place Thursday, September 2, beginning at 11 a.m. Over 100 exhibitors, representing the full spectrum of Princeton-area businesses, have signed up to set up booths in the Westin Princeton Hotel at Forrestal Village. Admission is free with a business card. For more information, call 609-924-1776 or 609-452-7000.
This your chance to stand on the inside and learn why terms like "Einstein’s Alley," "Silicon East," and " BioSci Suburb" have been alternately applied to this unique business hub. Beneath this year’s title banner,"Moving Business Forward," Mayors Joe O’Neill of Princeton Borough and Peter Cantu of Plainsboro will cut the ribbon and officially launch the program. From that point, over 1,000 guests are expected to take advantage.
"While this show definitely attracts everyone," says Kristin Appelget, president of the chamber, "it primarily provides a business-to-business opportunity. There’s a real benefit to dealing locally and at this trade fair people can make find out what’s available." A prime example of these tangible yellow pages is the U.S. 1-sponsored Technology Showcase. This exhibit gathers together the latest in cyber services, hardware, and software. It is also a forum where that one-person, cellar-based startup can stand toe-to-toe with the mighty conglomerate, and each can hold the floor, drawing lots of walk-by interest.
A highlight of the Technology Showcase is the luncheon keynote talk by Gregory Stock, CEO of Signum Biosciences. Author and futurist, Stock speaks on the impact of new technologies (see story, page 8). Luncheon cost is $35. Call 609-924-1776 for reservations. Those who do not attend the lunch may come to hear Stock speak at 12:45 p.m. at no charge.
Those not attending the lunch can still find an ample day of dining on local delights. A breakfast/brunch is presented by Karsay Coffee and Orpha’s Coffee, congenially matched up with the Great American Muffin and Bagel shop and Main Street Bistro. The Westin Princeton is also providing refreshments.
In the afternoon, from 3 to 5 p.m., hors d’oeuvres begin, in the mode of high tea. Cox’s Market, Fabulous Frozens, Tre Piani, Hannah & Mason’s, and Katmandu all showcase their cuisine, which is complemented by the beverages of River Horse brewery.
Jim Weaver, spokesman for the General Jersey Slow Food Movement, is scheduled to explain the efforts of these epicurean archivists. Dedicated to preserving traditional, regional cuisines, Slow Food members work to publish (and devour) dishes prepared by age old methods. On a lighter note, impersonator John DiDomenico will impress guests in the guise of Chef Emeril Lagassi.
For many, the energy and festivity of the trade fair mirrors hope that an economic recovery will blast in along with the autumn winds. "New Jersey business is at a funny crossroads right now," says Appelget. "Most business owners believe that we have turned an economic corner – that the state’s outlook is definitely on an upswing. But many don’t see themselves as part of it."
Perhaps this is because one’s own fiscal dilemmas always loom a little larger on the horizon. But it is undeniable that, overall, there has been solid economic progress for central New Jersey since the last Trade Fair convened. Appelget points to the distribution center boom in the Cranbury area along with strong technology initiatives in the Princeton area. On a broader scope, one has only to examine the score of new exhibitors displaying in this year’s fair.
Grounds For Sculpture brings in an exhibit as avant as any computer booth. It is joined at the Trade Fair by new arts exhibitor, the Cranbury Station Gallery. For those seeking luxury both at home and abroad, Tuscan Hills exhibits not only its line of Italian furniture, but also entices visitors with glimpses of the northern Italian villas it leases and sell. For those looking for digs closer to home, details on Barclay Square’s high end rental apartments on Mapleton Road are available.
First time presenters this year include Flight Time Limo, KMA Events, and the Ramada Inn Conference Center. The Blue Tulip presents its lines of stationery and promotional gifts. Also, in the service category, several one-person new businesses are launching their public image at this Trade Fair. Everyone starts small, only the under-publicized stay that way.
Finally, one especially welcome rookie exhibitor is Heroic Choices, the Todd Beamer Foundation, which offers a mentoring program for children whose lives have been affected by trauma.
Despite the noise of political point and counterpoint, wars abroad and economic shudders at home, the Chamber Trade Fair remains a reassuring constant. Consumers and businesses alike require a range of necessities – and crave innovation. That very innovation has been a long-time Princeton area specialty; and it is on display at the Trade Fair on September 2.
– Bart Jackson
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Princeton Chamber trade fair and U.S. 1 Showcase for Better Living, free. Luncheon at noon, $33. Greg Stock, keynote speech, 12:45 p.m., free. Westin, Forrestal Village. 609-924-1776.
Health & Fitness
NJ Family Dentist, Plainsboro and West Windsor; Doctors Marjan Habibian and Nadeem Haseeb. 609-799-5577 or 609-716-7600.
The Princeton Center for Plastic Surgery, 932 State Road, Route 206, Princeton 08540; Maria M. Romero CMA CMM, practice administrator. 609-921-7161; 609-921-6263. Home page: www.princetonsurgery.com
Cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, hand surgery, and microsurgery, privileges: University Medical Center at Princeton and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
Spa Therapia, 932 State Road, Route 206, Princeton 08540; Maria Romera, spa director. 609-921-8854; 609-921-9510. Home page: www.spatherapia.com
Associated with the Princeton Center for Plastic Surgery.
Ricoh Business Systems, 1004 Eastpark Boulevard, Cranbury 08512; Ray Britton, sales manager. 609-395-4180; 609-395-4190.
Sales and service of printing and copying equipment such as digital print stations, copiers, plain paper fax machines, computer interface and computer printers.
Taylor Photo, 743 Alexander Road, University Park Plaza, Princeton 08543; William Taylor, owner, president. 609-452-9444; 609-452-9517. Home page: www.taylorphoto.com
Advertising/architectural photography, custom color and b/w printing & processing, digital imaging service bureau.
Princeton Computer Support Inc., 3490 Route 1, Building 7-A, Princeton 08540; Kathleen Nartowicz, owner and president. 609-520-0770; 609-520-0774. Home page: www.pcsi-usa.com
Computer network sales, installation service contracts, support plans, cabling services, VOIP telephony, multimedia, software, repairs.
QLC Technologies, 2329 Grays Ferry Avenue, Philadelphia 79146; Daniel Borawski. 800-721-1883; 215-735-1412.
Computer services and parts.
Princeton Internet Group Inc. (PInG), 13 Roszel Road, Suite C-222, Princeton 08540; Robert Freda, CEO. 609-452-1667; 609-452-0063. Home page: www.PInGsite.com
Full service interactive agency specializing in intranet, extranet, E-commerce, multimedia, and web solutions.
VoiceNet, 17 Richard Road, Ivyland 18974; Joe Rademan. 800-835-5710; 215-674-9662. Home page: www.voicenet.com
Data, Internet, and telecommunications services for business, institutional, educational, and residential customers.
Mrs. G’s, 2960 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville 08648; Debbie Schaeffer, marketing manager. 609-882-1444; 609-883-3063. Home page: www.mrsgs.com
Home appliances, televisions.
HQ Global Workplaces, 116 Village Boulevard, Princeton Forrestal Village, Suite 200, Princeton 08540; James Longon, chief executive officer. 609-520-2144; 609-520-1702. Home page: www.hq.com
Full-service executive office space with telephone answering, receptionist, conference room space, furniture package, secretarial and videoconferencing services.
Document Depot, 126 Stanhope Street, Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton 08540; Edward Keenan, owner and president. 609-520-0094; 609-520-1294.
Copies, color laser prints, CD ROM printing, engineering prints, and graphic design.
Hamilton Jewelers, 2542 Brunswick Pike, Lawrenceville 08648; Jim Oshry, general manager. 609-771-6010. Home page: www.hamiltonjewelers.com
Headquarters, also with a store at Nassau and Witherspoon Street.
vMeals, 134 West Upper Ferry Road, West Trenton 08628; Patricia Fletcher. 609-433-6191.
Internet food ordering system.
Blue Tulip, 570 Nassau Park Boulevard, Princeton 08540; Betsy Bloemeke. 609-720-1005; 609-720-0104. Home page: www.bluetulip.biz
Cards, papers, and entertaining supplies
Monday Morning Flower and Balloon Co., 111 Main Street, Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton 08540; Kevin Vinicombe, owner. 609-520-2005; 609-520-1990. Home page: www.sendingsmiles.com
Flower, balloon and gift shop, daily deliveries, event decorating available.
Cranbury Station Art Gallery, 28 Palmer Square, Princeton 08542; Kathleen Maguire Morolda, owner. 609-921-0434.
Fine art and custom picture framing
Brown Dog Marketing, 57 Kinglet Drive South, Cranbury 08512; Jim D’Ovidio, president. 609-799-5814; 609-799-4921. Home page: www.browndogmarketing.com
Promotional products, corporate gifts, screen printing and embroidery.
Personal Shopper, 717 Monmouth Road, Wrightstown 08562; Dawn Lee Platz, president. 609-723-5330; 609-723-6195. Home page: www.thepersonalshopper.net
Corporate gifts, custom gift baskets, and advertising specialties.
Health & Fitness
Paul Family Chiropractic, 1 Airport Place, Research Park, Princeton 08540; Drs. Joseph and Caroline Paul. 609-924-5678; 609-924-5652. Home page: www.paulfamilychiropractic.com
Corrective care for families – pediatric development and adult health.
Princeton Fitness & Wellness Center, 1225 State Road, Princeton North Shopping Center, Princeton 08540; Mark Diamond. 609-683-7888; 609-683-7805. Home page: www.princetonhcs.org
Fitness equipment, exercise classes, pools, spa services, onsite child care, amenities, board-certified physicians on advisory board, part of Princeton Healthcare System.
Pine Creek Miniature Golf, 394 Route 31, West Amwell 08551; Polly Anderson. 609-466-3803; 609-466-3800. Home page: www.pinecreekgolf.com
Two large 18-hole miniature courses, country clubhouse, for company outings, large groups, families, and parties year-round.
Accounting Plus Services, 301 Oxford Valley Road, Suite 205-B, Yardley 19067; Alan Lipoff. 215-369-3400.
Accounting, consulting, and tax services.
Amper, Politziner & Mattia CPAs, 731 Alexander Road, Suite 200, Box 7287, Princeton 08543-7287; Michael Mattia. 609-897-0200; 609-897-0999. Home page: www.amper.com
Accounting, auditing, tax and consulting services, with 280 employees in Princeton, Edison, Flemington, Manasquan, Rochelle Park, and Manhattan.
Amboy National Bank, 995 Route 518, Rocky Hill 08553-1776; Rob Hebestereit, regional manager. 609-921-1776; 609-921-0516.
Commerce Bank, 883 Route 206, Princeton 08540; Roxanne Globis. 609-466-2100. Home page: commerceonline.com
Fleet Bank, 300 Mercer Mall, Lawrenceville 08648; John Papakonstantinou. 609-452-2923. Home page: www.fleet.com
Grand Bank, 4287 Route 1 South, Monmouth Junction 08852; Terri Macor. 609-514-3900; 609-514-9330. Home page: www.grandbk.com
Hopewell Valley Community Bank, 4 Route 31, Box 999, Pennington 08534; Christian Pfefferle. 609-466-2900; 609-730-9144. Home page: www.hvcbonline.com
PNC Bank, 32 North Main Street, Cranbury 08512; Nicole Chebra, manager. 609-860-1202; 609-860-1287. Home page: www.pncbank.com
Sovereign Bank, 188 Nassau Street, Princeton 08542; Teresa Cole, community banking officer. 609-279-6093; 609-279-6038. Home page: www.sovereignbank.com
Sun National Bank, 47 Princeton Hightstown Road, Princeton Junction 08550; Barbara Vagott. 609-716-1600; 609-750-1294. Home page: www.sunnb.com
Third Federal Bank, 3 Penns Trail, Newton 18940; Susan Harkanson. 215-579-4600. Home page: www.thirdfedbank.com
United Teletech Federal Credit Union, 205 Hance Avenue, Tinton Falls 07724; Maria Keegan. 732-530-8100. Home page: unitedteletechfcu.com
Wachovia, 370 Scotch Road, NJ5745, West Trenton 08628; Stacy Mattia. 609-771-5620; 609-771-5774. Home page: www.wachovia.com
MacLean Agency/Prudential Securities, 138 Nassau Street, Princeton 08542; Jerry R. MacLean, agent. 609-683-9300; 609-683-9232. Home page: www.macleanagency.com
Prudential life insurance, homeowners, and auto – also other lines group and individual health insurance.
AFLAC, 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 200, Princeton 08540; Barry. 732-422-6791; 610-913-8429. Home page: www.aflac.com
Provider of guaranteed-renewable supplemental insurance.
American Express Financial Advisors, 100 Overlook Center, Suite 410, Princeton 08540; Mark Ricca, field vice president. 609-734-0700; 609-734-9006. Home page: www.americanexpressafa.com
Financial planning subsidiary of the American Express company.
A.G. Edwards & Sons Inc., 136-150 Main Street, Princeton Forrestal Village, Princeton 08540; Sam Sachs. 609-951-0900; 609-951-9151. Home page: www.agedwards.com
Retail stock brokers, branch office, also asset management, insurance, trust, banking, financial products & services.
David Lerner Associates, 221 Rockingham Row, Princeton 08540; Vince Monaco. 609-806-2610; 609-520-8496. Home page: www.davidlerner.com
Investments focusing on dividends and interest.
American Fidelity Mortgage, 1316 Bound Brook Road, Middlesex 08846; Michelle Rosenkoff. 732-627-6808. Home page: afmihomeloans.com
Refinance, purchase, and second mortgages.
Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp., 16 Nassau Street, Princeton 08542; Kate Converse. 609-683-6070; 609-497-0633. Home page: www.jpmchase.com
Retail banking, credit card, home and auto finance, small business, middle market and mid-corporate banking under Chase.
Karsay Coffee, 1050 Hamilton Street, Somerset 08875; Richard Karsay, owner. 732-545-5730; 732-545-8015. Home page: www.karsaycoffee.com
Coffee service for offices, restaurants, and delis
Grounds For Sculpture, 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton 08619; Bonnie Brown. 609-586-0616; 609-586-0968. Home page: www.groundsforsculpture.org
Museum and 35-acre landscaped sculpture park showing contemporary art.
New Jersey Audubon Society, Plainsboro Preserve, Plainsboro 08536; Brian Verrachio. 609-897-9400. Home page: www.audubon.org
Conservation organization for preserving habitat and biodiversity.
New Jersey Economic Development Authority, 36 West State Street, Box 990, Trenton 08625-0990; Caren S. Franzini, CEO. 609-292-2954; 609-292-5722. Home page: www.njeda.com
Self-supporting, independent state financing and development agency.
Careers USA, 3371 Route 1, Lawrence Commons, Suite 214, Lawrenceville 08648; Melissa Tenzer, president. 609-919-9100; 609-919-9101. Home page: www.careersusa.com
Temporary, temporary-direct hire, permanent staffing – administrative, customer service, accounting, and light service personnel.
Center for Human Resource Services Inc., 25 South Main Street, Suite 126, Yardley 19067; Janet Thomsen. 609-443-9700.
Full service virtual human resources department for small to mid-sized companies.
J&J Staffing Resources, 103 Carnegie Center, Suite 107, Princeton 08540; Joan Main. 609-452-2030; 609-520-8285. Home page: www.jjstaff.com
Employment – clerical office support and light industrial, temporary and temp to perm, and direct hire.
Princeton Staffing Group, 116 Village Boulevard, Suite 200, Princeton 08540; Ron Safier. 609-524-4024; 609-524-4027. Home page: www.princetonstaffinggroup.com
Temporary and direct hire – accounting, finance, administrative, HR.
Interior Plants Inc., 4 Wendover Way, Hamilton Square 08690; Alan Brody, president. 609-890-9304; 609-890-9304. Home page: www.interiorplantsinc.com
Interior plant design and maintenance for offices and businesses.
Tuscan Hills LLC, 342 Nassau Street, Princeton 08540; Greg Evans. 609-921-9015; 609-921-9024. Home page: www.tuscan-hills.com
Design, restoration, villa sales, rental.
Kitchen Magic Inc., Box 737, Bloomsbury 08804; Cindy Buck. 908-387-1440. Home page: www.kitchenmagic.com
Cabinet refacing, kitchen remodeling, Corian countertops.
Woodwinds Associates Inc., 4492 Route 27, Princeton 08540; Anna Stella. 609-924-3500; 609-924-2030.
Full service professional tree, shrub, and irrigation maintenance – commercial, institutional, municipal, and residential.
Advanced Surveillance Technologies Inc., 66 Witherspoon Street, Princeton 08542; Andrew Sheppard. 609-921-7721. Home page: www.astvideo.com
Full service closed circuit video surveillance company with cameras, lenses, monitors, time lapse recorders, quads, multiplexers, wireless transmission equipment, pan/tilt units, camera domes, coax cable, wire, and connectors.
Call Pat 4 Help LLC, 3B Washington Drive, Cranbury 08512; Patrick Meehan, president. 877-728-4435.
Lowe’s, 3504 Route 1 North, Princeton 08540; Steve Tropp. 609-720-9008. Home page: www.lowes.com
Heating and AC
Princeton Fuel Oil, 125 Hovey Avenue, Trenton 08650; Charlie Corbett, general manager. 609-924-1100; 609-890-7570.
Princeton Air Conditioning, 39 Everett Drive, Building D, Princeton Junction 08550; J. Scott Needham, president. 609-799-3434; 609-799-7036. Home page: www.princetonair.com
Residential, commercial, and industrial service and installation.
Yellow Book USA, 30 Vreeland Avenue, Building 30, Suite 5, Skillman 08558; Sheldon Abrams. 609-613-5300; 609-613-5310. Home page: www.yellowbook.com
KMA Events LLC, Box 492, Princeton 08542; Kate Kaeli, partner. 609-924-1440; 609-688-8609. Home page: www.kmaevents.com
Full-service event planning for corporations, foundations, and nonprofits.
Red Wolf Design Group, 313 Rodney Court, Princeton 08540; Lynne Wildenboer, owner. 609-683-9316; 609-683-1804. Home page: www.redwolfdesign.com
Marketing materials based on strategic positioning and innovative design – corporate identity, logo design, ads, brochures, direct mail, sales promotion, web design, also professional copywriting services.
Sean Hayes Design LLC, 173 Nassau Street, Suite D, Princeton 08542; Sean Hayes. 609-924-3200. Home page: www.seanhayesdesign.com
Website development, logo and identity design, marketing collateral, copywriting.
FastSigns, 2901 Brunswick Pike, Route One Plaza, Lawrenceville 08648; Bill and Joan Belmont, owners. 609-912-0500; 609-912-0554. Home page: www.fastsigns.com/346
One-day signs – custom signs, banners, full color graphics, trade show displays.
Sign-A-Rama, 370 Route 130, East Windsor Town Center, East Windsor 08520; Scott and Michele Long. 609-490-1400; 609-490-1212. Home page: www.signarama-nj.com
Custom interior and exterior signs, banners, magnetics, vehicle lettering/wraps, digital imaging, screen printing, custom graphics/logos, trade show displays.
Signs Etc., 3490 Route 1, Building 19, Princeton Service Center, Princeton 08540; Don Everman, owner. 609-243-9650; 609-243-0223. Home page: www.signsetc.com
Large format digital imaging, architectural, electrical, commercial, trade shows, fabricated logos/letters, vehicle, banners, and windows.
DEI Sales Training Systems, 51 Wall Street, Princeton 08540; Scott McLaughlin. 609-279-1911. Home page: www.dei-sales.com
Marketing consulting for technology firms, formerly Multimedia Group.
American Placemats, 5 Wilson Avenue, Denville 07834; Errel Ernstrom. 973-627-6808. Home page: www.placematsplus.com
A division of Placemats Plus Services, advertisements for placemats in restaurants.
Nassau Broadcasting Partners LP, 619 Alexander Road, Box 1350, Princeton 08540; Hal Stein, CEO. 609-419-0300; 609-419-0143. Home page: www.nbplp.com
Radio stations, including WHWH-AM, WPST-FM, and WNJO-FM.
The Princeton Packet Inc., 300 Witherspoon Street, Box 350, Princeton 08542; Thomas Fritts. 609-924-3244; 609-921-2714. Home page: www.packetonline.com
Community newspaper group.
The Times of Trenton, 500 Perry Street, Box 847, Trenton 08605; Richard Bilotti, publisher. 609-989-5454; 609-394-2819. Home page: www.nj.com/times
Atlantic Communications Group, 18 East Mill Road, Flourtown 19031; Christine Pochick. 800-832-3747. Home page: www.atlantic4us.com
Non-dues revenue, image books, print and web design, custom maps.
Areyan Technologies LLC, 127 Hampshire Drive, Plainsboro 08536; Arsen Areyan, partner. 609-799-3948; 609-799-4576. Home page: www.fastpcsupport.com
Telephone-based support services, help desk for software and hardware problems for home and business users.
Computer Troubleshooters, 66 Witherspoon Street, Suite 390, Princeton 08542; John Goodman. 888-871-4492. Home page: www.comptroub.com
Onsite computer services for small businesses and home office users.
Pennington Computer School / Computers & Kids Camp, 102 West Franklin Avenue, Straube Center, Building B, Pennington 08534; Eva L. Kaplan, director. 609-730-0746.
Individual computer training, NT Administration and A+ certification courses, professional development credits for educators, on-site installations and training, kids summer camp.
Hyatt Regency Princeton, 102 Carnegie Center, Princeton 08540-6293; Tricia Severino. 609-987-1234; 609-987-2584. Home page: www.princeton.hyatt.com
Luxury hotel with 348 rooms, 14 suites and 20 meeting rooms, plus athletic facilities, Crystal Garden restaurant, and Catch a Rising Star comedy club.
Nassau Inn, 10 Palmer Square, Princeton 08542; Marianne Bilski, general manager. 609-688-2622; 609-921-9385. Home page: www.nassauinn.com
Hotel with 203 rooms.
Ramada Inn and National Conference Center, 399 Monmouth Street, East Windsor 08520; Debbie Pizzola. 609-448-7000; 609-443-6227. Home page: www.ramada.com
200 rooms, conference facilities for up to 750 people, social events up to 350.
Conference Center at Mercer County Community College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor 08550; Kimberly Eresia. 609-586-4800. Home page: www.mccc.edu
Full service for individuals and organizations.
Aramark Harrison Lodging, 900 Scudders Mill Road, Plainsboro 08536; Bridget Tyler. 609-282-1000. Home page: www.harrisonconference.com
Services, conference spaces, and guest rooms for the business, education, and health care markets.
Chauncey Conference Center, Rosedale Road, Princeton 08541; Beth Romanski. 609-921-3600. Home page: www.harrisonconference.com
370 acres with guest rooms, 22 fully equipped conference rooms.
Darren M. Baldo, 4093 Quakerbridge Road, Princeton Junction 08550. 609-799-0090; 609-799-0095. Home page: www.dbaldolaw.com
Corporate, business, tax, estate planning, employment; 2 attorneys.
New Jersey State Library, 185 West State Street, Box 520, Trenton 08625-0520; Tina Keresztury. 609-292-8151; 609-292-2746. Home page: www.njstatelib.org/Cyberdesk
Research library (reference, 609-292-6220), depository for state documents, also Library Development Bureau and Library for the Blind and Handicapped at 2300 Stuyvesant Avenue, affiliated with Thomas Edison State College.
To the Point Consulting Inc., PO Box 288, Princeton 08542; Marion Reinson. 609-466-2449. Home page: www.tothepointconsulting.bigstep.com
Company statements and messages.
SHM Mailers, 39 Everett Drive, Building D, Box 7696, Princeton Junction 08550-7696; Lisa Edelstein. 609-799-1717; 609-799-9613. Home page: www.shm-mailers.com
Full service direct mail company specializing in bulk mail processing, ink jet addressing, automatic wafer sealing, hand assembly, polybagging, cheshire labeling, folding, inserting, and computer work related to direct mail processing.
Harwill-Express Press, 375 Route 130, Suite 6, Hightstown 08520; Steven Portrude, president. 609-443-5900; 609-443-4601. Home page: www.harwillexpresspress.com
Service bureau for graphics design, prepress production, and one to four-color printing and copying, plus bindery.
Triangle – Your Creative Center, Alternate Route 1 and Darrah Lane, Box 8079, Princeton 08543-8079; John Mulderrig. 609-896-4100; 609-896-2838. Home page: www.triangleart.com
Canon color and b/w copies, small and poster size digital color and Docutech digital b/w laser output from disc, ammonia-free blueprints, dry mounting, offset printing, binding, circuit negatives, stats, and fax services.
Colony Crossing Business Brokers, 1 Colony Court, Hamilton 08619-1019; Anthony Cavallaro, president. 609-890-6818. Home page: www.colonycrossing.com
Business brokers, commercial real estate, also Princeton Business Systems.
R.P. Sobol & Co. LLC, 199 Main Street, Woodbridge 07095; Robert P. Sobol, president. 732-750-8858; 732-750-8955. Home page: www.rpsobol.com
Tenant representation, site selection, relocation and property disposition.
Barclay Square at Princeton Forrestal LLC, 1900 Barclay Boulevard, Princeton 08540; Barbara Parker. 609-716-7260.
Rental community with clubhouse and spa, 220 units.
Coldwell Banker, 50 Princeton-Hightstown Road, Princeton Junction 08550; Sheelagh Vidulich, manager. 609-799-8181; 609-799-2616. Www.coldwellbankermoves.com
Full service real estate company.
The Goddard School, 29 Emmons Drive, Princeton Commerce Center, Suite D-20, Princeton 08540; Bryan and Tambi Scheff, owners. 609-734-0909; 609-734-0505. Home page: www.goddardpreschool.com
Opening fall 2003 with space for 138 children ages six weeks to five years, also after-school programs.
Huntington Learning Center, 3371 Route 1, Lawrence Commons, Suite 212, Lawrenceville 08648; Colin Schreiber. 609-514-0974; 609-514-0976. Home page: www.huntingtonlearning.com
Remedial and enrichment tutoring for students of all ages.
Association for Advancement of Mental Health (AAMH), 819 Alexander Road, Princeton 08540; Bruce Moehler. 609-452-2088; 609-452-0627.
Community mental health center serving adults living in the Greater Mercer County area.
Eden W.E.R.C.s (Works, Education & Resource Centers), 1 Eden Way, Princeton 08540; Richard Alcantara. 609-987-0360. Home page: www.edenservices.org
Division of the Eden Family of Services, employment training and opportunities for adults with autism.
Heroic Choices, 701 Mt. Lucas Road, Princeton 08540; Barbara Hilton. 609-497-9777. Home page: www.beamerfoundation.org
Non-profit mentoring program for children whose lives have been affected by trauma.
ATX, 2100 Renaissance Boulevard, King of Prussia 19406; Andy Powell, senior consultant. 800-220-2692. Home page: www.atx.com
Internet service, long distance service, systems integration, local phone service, web design.
Verizon, 1490 Prospect Street, Trenton 08638; Anna Lustenberg, director, external affairs. 609-393-9926; 609-392-8586. Home page: www.verizon.com
Regional phone company with headquarters in Newark.
Le Tip of Princeton, 437 Wall Street, c/o Merritt Agency, Princeton Junction 08550; Aaron Heimowitz, president 2003-’04. 609-750-5421; 609-497-1274. Home page: www.leTip.com
Meetings on Tuesdays, 7:01-8:30 a.m. at the Palmer Inn, Route 1 South, extension 4136.
Flyte Tyme Worldwide, 81 Franklin Turnpike, Mahwah 07430; Jim Totten. 800-920-5466. Home page: www.flytetymelimo.com
Transportation for business travelers.
Food and Beverage
Cox’s Market, 180 Nassau Street, Princeton 08540; Alan Heap, co-owner. 609-924-6269; 609-924-5442.
Fabulous Frozens, 1 Pierce Road, East Windsor 08520; Susan Panzico. 609-490-1609; 609-490-1691.
Great American Muffin & Bagel Co., Princeton Forrestal Village; 609-243-0440; 609-520-1990.
Hannah & Mason’s Corner Cafe, 39 North Main Street, Cranbury 08512; John Davison. 609-655-3220; 609-395-6776.
Main Street Bistro & Bar, 301 North Harrison Street, Princeton Shopping Center, Princeton 08540; John Marshall. 609-921-2779; 609-921-6801. Www.mainstreetprinceton.com
Orpha’s Coffee House, 1330 Route 206, Village Shopper, Skillman 08558; Linda C. Grimsley, owner. 609-430-2828; 908-842-0435. Home page: www.orphas.com
River Horse Brewery, 80 Lambert Lane, Lambertville 08530; Mike Quinn. 609-397-7776; 215-369-3285.
Tre Piani, 120 Rockingham Row, Princeton Forrestal Village; James Weaver, chef. 609-452-1515.
Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village, 201 Village Boulevard, Princeton 08540; John Crouch, GM. 609-452-7900; 609-452-1223. Www.westin.com
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