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The Jersey Shore community of Belmar, New Jersey, is a great place to own a business — and to shop local in our friendly small town by the sea.

If you are a potential new business owner, bring your business to Belmar. Startup assistance is available from the Belmar Business Partnership (BBP), which is dedicated to supporting the success and growth of the local business community through its numerous programs and grant initiatives.

For example, we provide support with social media promotion and cooperative advertising to help your business get noticed. We offer facade improvement and building fit-out grants that assist you in making your physical location more inviting to customers. We sponsor popular community events that bring visitors into Belmar. And we work together with commercial property owners, business owners, and other community partners to make Belmar a great place to shop, work, dine, and enjoy everything that our town has to offer residents and tourists alike.

If you are a community member looking to shop local and close to home, bring your business to Belmar. You will find a small-town shopping experience with a diverse selection of family-owned shops, cafes, restaurants, service businesses, and boutiques. Every dollar you spend at a small business in Belmar makes a big impact in the community.
Bring Your Business to Belmar
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Summer 2019 Free Community Events
923 Main Street
Belmar, NJ 07719
Business Hours
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, Closed
Sunday, Closed
BBP Opens New Office on Main Street in Belmar
The Belmar Business Partnership celebrated the grand opening of its new downtown office with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on July 1, 2019. Attending the celebration were members of the BBP Board of Trustees and staff, including Sal Marchese, President; Gail O'Reilly, Treasurer (not pictured); Tom Burke; Christine Cardellino; Jackie Gammond; Pat Tecza; and former BBP Trustee Tom Volker. 

Other attendees included Belmar Mayor Mark Walsifer, who cut the ribbon, as well as Belmar Council President Tom Brennan and Council members Tom Carvelli, Jim McCracken, and Pat Wann. The new BBP office is located at 923 Main Street in Belmar, New Jersey.