Advantage Opens East Hampton Office
Advantage Title has opened its newest office, at 2 Newtown Lane in East Hampton.
“Five years ago, Chris Nuzzi, senior vice president of Advantage Title, was appointed to lead client services on the East End, and our volume has grown exponentially, making another East End office a necessary addition to our offices in Riverhead, Melville, and New York City. We look forward to continued growth in this beautiful area and are excited to be part of the East Hampton business community,” said Joe Willen, president and CEO.
Nuzzi grew up in East Hampton. His long history in the area, including serving two terms as a Southampton Town councilman, has given him an appreciation of the environmental and preservation needs of the area, along with a familiarity of zoning regulations and practices that are unique to this region.
For more information, visit www.advantagetitle.com.
Main Beach Moving On
Main Beach Surf and Sport at 352 Montauk Highway in Wainscot is having a moving sale. The store said the lease had ended at its longtime Wainscott location, so while it looks for a new location, all clothing will be 20 percent off from June 22 until the store closes in late August. Everyone at Main Beach would like to express their deepest gratitude for their local patronage for the last 32 years in Wainscott.
For more information, contact Main Beach Surf and Sport at 631-537-2716 or visit online at www.mainbeach.com.
Fresh Produce In East Hampton
The fashion brand Fresh Produce has launched a new collection to celebrate its inaugural pop-up store at 66 Newtown Lane in East Hampton.
The pop-up, which opened to the public on June 7, has been debuting the exclusive “Hamptons Collection,” and was officially launched with a special event on June 14, hosted by the company’s founder Mary Ellen Vernon.
Mary Ellen (Mare) Vernon began Fresh Produce with her husband, selling unique t-shirts in the parking lot of the Los Angeles Coliseum during the 1984 Olympics. Now, after 35 years, Fresh Produce continues to bring fun and color to customers by celebrating life by the beach with its resort-inspired clothing. For more information, visit www.freshproduceclothes.com.
Stoney Clover Lane
Newcomer Stoney Clover Lane in East Hampton at 83 Main Street is a go-to for summertime retail therapy. From customizable weekenders and pouches to patches inspired by the Hamptons’ most notable spots, the lifestyle and accessories brand, founded by sisters Kendall and Libby, brings its assortment of vibrant pieces to make its debut out East.
For more information, visit www.stoneycloverlane.com.
Hampton Coffee Subscriptions
There’s a word for it — nospressophobia, the fear of running out of coffee. Okay, maybe it’s a made-up word, but it’s something you’ll never have to worry about with Hampton Coffee’s coffee subscriptions, which are roasted to order and shipped the same day.
To learn more about this magical bean-mail, visit www.hamptoncoffee.com.
Chamber of Commerce Survey
The East Hampton Chamber of Commerce is conducting its first East Hampton Business & Outreach Survey among the entire business community. The purpose is to benchmark and gauge the health of both the year-round and seasonal business community; in addition, to compile data to measure market trends. The survey will be sent to both chamber members and non-members to obtain a cross section of feedback.
“Regionally, we are fully aware of challenges in transportation and labor. In addition, there are celebrated collaborations and best practices that are working. Data from the survey will help us make educated choices as we plan for the future,” said Glenn O. Vickers, President of the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce.
The Chamber will use results from the survey to enhance its continued work and share the findings of the report in the fourth quarter of this year. For those interested in participating, log onto the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce’s website www.easthamptonchamber.com.