When was the last time that you felt like a business really wanted your input as to what they carry in-store?

Sure, we've all gotten the automated surveys and walked past suggestion boxes, but do you feel like they're really listening?

The owners of Corrado's Market, which will be opening a new store in Brick's former PathMark, say that they don't just want your input, but that they really use it.

Last week we told you about the big news - that the north Jersey based, family owned Corrado's Market would be setting up shop in Brick's Laurel Square shopping center, taking over part of the former PathMark building next year.

It'll be their first location south of the bridge, and in a recent Patch.com article, James Corrado, grandson of the chain's founder, said that the family is taking the time now to learn about Brick and what Brick's shoppers want.

The article quotes James as saying, "...we're hoping to get a lot of feedback about what everyone is looking for".

Corrado's Market's North Arlington location (Google Map photo)

So, how can you have your say?

Simple. Just stop by their Facebook page and weigh in.

As of right now, the Corrado family is targeting spring or summer of next year to cut the ribbon in Laurel Square, but it's good to know that they're doing their homework on northern Ocean County well ahead of time.

 

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