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Chipotle Mexican Grill locations in Toms River, Shrewsbury set to open

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Craving a burrito?

Good news – starting this weekend, two new Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurants are opening their doors at the Jersey Shore.

Opening Friday, Dec. 29, is a location at 490B Shrewsbury Plaza in Shrewsbury.

Opening Sunday, Dec. 31, is a location at 465 East Route 37 in Toms River.

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GYMGUYZ Celebrates 15 Years in Business While Flexing Accelerated Growth Across the U.S.

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MELVILLE, N.Y.May 2, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — As demand for in-home services increases across the globe, GYMGUYZ, the world’s largest in-home and on-site personal training franchise, announces the addition of 18 new territories over the last year, contributing to its overall growth goal of another 75 territories by the end of 2023.

This news comes on the heels of the brand’s 15-year anniversary, paving the way for its next era of growth. To set the stage for accelerated development, GYMGUYZ recently opened a two-story, 18,000 square-foot headquarters in Melville, New York.

As the brand continues to grow in size, it also grows in its service offerings. GYMGUYZ has launched highly-successful new fitness programs outside of in-home workouts, offering B2B fitness programs at corporations, schools, and senior living centers. The brand has fast become a critical provider in the Corporate Wellness space, developing on-site and at-home fitness programs for some of the world’s largest corporations.

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Want A Business In 2023? Check This Multipurpose Site In Toms River

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TOMS RIVER, NJ — New year, new adventures? If starting a business is on your list of resolutions for 2023, take a look at this property in Toms River.

This property at 305 Glen Oak Drive in Toms River has an asking price of $315,000.

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Survey finds 28% of NJ business owners say they’ll sell or close Read More: Survey finds 28% of NJ business owners say they’ll sell or close

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TRENTON – The business closures brought on by the pandemic might not be over yet, if the results of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association’s annual business outlook survey are any indication.

The survey found that 28% of business owners said they will look to sell or close their business sooner than previously anticipated due to the continuing challenges of staffing, mandates, restrictions and lower revenue. Another 31% said they are still determining their plans.

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