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Borough of Haddonfield and Partnership for Haddonfield welcome three new businesses this weekend

Businesses include a home and lifestyle store, an eatery and a beauty store.


The Borough and the Partnership for Haddonfield are officially welcoming three new businesses with Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies on Saturday, March 12,2022.  

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Rusted Salvage Home Company, 10:45 a.m. ceremony, is located at 221 B Kings  Highways East. Rusted Salvage is a home and lifestyle store whose owners  Amanda Lewis and Stephanie Kinney say its mission is to support local artists and encourage eco-friendly choices in home décor.  

The Fare Porter, 1 p.m. ceremony, is located at 109 Kings Highway. This new eatery takes burgers to the next level and offers unique milkshakes, hand-cut fries,  and non-alcoholic cocktails. Business partners Marcello DeFeo and Johnnie  Reynolds own Valente’s Cucina on Kings Court.  

Forever Valentine, 2 p.m. ceremony, is located at 8 S. Haddon Avenue. Owner  Kelly Haney says Forever Valentine focuses on beauty as they offer custom  facials, waxing, permanent makeup, and micro-blading. Forever Valentine is  having a whole afternoon of fun activities on Saturday in their new, can’t miss, pink building! 

For More Information Contact: 

Joana McDonnell Communications Officer Borough of Haddonfield  jmcdonnell@haddonfield-nj.gov or 856-398-2402 

Michael Marciante Executive Director The Partnership for Haddonfield  downtown@haddonfield.com or 856-520-3596


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