Page 16 THE VILLADOM TIMES I • February 4, 2009 F O CUS on WYCKOFF Businesses Experience community banking at Boiling Springs enny Budesa, manager of Boiling Springs Savings Bank’s Wyckoff branch, welcomes customers to enjoy five-star service as they benefit from her many years of banking experience. From the first telephone call to Boiling Springs, customers are greeted by a person, not a complicated answering system. The experience that follows is all about true community banking, as Boiling Springs helps customers find the best solutions to their financial needs through superior personal and professional service. “We offer everything from Irene Natale, Branch Manager Penny Budesa, Nadia Post children’s accounts to business and Elisa Arment accounts, from loans to CDs,” Budesa says. This 70-year-old New Jersey institution provides mortgage lending, home equity loans, savings accounts, and checking accounts to fit every need. Rates are competitive, and fees are kept to a minimum. The bank is very active in the community and offers tours for students and financial education for the public. A recent Lobby Series featured advice on preventing identity theft and the workings of FDIC insurance. Ask about the bank’s Community Alliance Program, which facilitates donations to local non-profit organizations. Non-profit organizations with an account at Boiling Springs are welcome to enroll in the program. Supporters of an enrolled organization can designate their new or existing account(s) as Community Alliance Program participants. Boiling Springs then tracks the average daily balances in the designated accounts and the bank makes a quarterly donation to the non-profit based on these balances. All member and organization account information is kept confidential, and there are no participation fees. Boiling Springs is located in the Boulder Run Shopping Center, 327 Franklin Avenue, Wyckoff, and will soon be moving to the center’s new building and adding a drive through. Phone (201) 891-2400 or go to for more information. The Smart Phone Center of Wyckoff fter forming his business in January 2001 as a standalone wireless phone store, and forging solid relationships with local customers, Matt Brogowski, owner of the Wireless Store at Boulder Run, decided that there was strength in numbers and needed to have even stronger ties with the carrier brands that he represented in order to offer even better prices and service. In 2003, The Wireless Store joined The Smart Phone Center program, a consortium of 40 local stores around the New York Metro market area. From there, owner Matt Brogowski and his staff members can continue to offer superior customer care, up-to-the-minute cellular telephones and accessories, expert service, and continuous Matt Brogowski wireless support at very competitive prices. Matt seemed destined to go into business for himself since he hails from a long line of entrepreneurs. Wyckoff was a natural location for his venture, since Matt grew up in the area, and knew Wyckoff well from years of working in the township. Matt says he is pleased to be developing relationships with his customers, many of whom are now his neighbors and friends. He also enjoys helping the customers – both individuals and businesses – to reach their wireless goals for both their homes and businesses at a great price. “In our stores, we strive to educate ourselves about new products and services, to be honest in all of our dealings with the customers, and to patiently explain, train, and assist each customer so each one feels comfortable with the purchase and with recommending us to other people. Referrals and repeat customers are the core of our business. Without it we wouldn’t be here.” Ask Matt about the many products that are available, including phones with text and instant messaging, (MSN, AOL and Yahoo) plus mobile e-mail service, camera and video capabilities, music and TV service, and phones that can be used with a Bluetooth connection or when traveling internationally. Matt has recently been chosen as the new President of the Wyckoff Chamber of Commerce for the next two years, and tries to stay active in the community outside of his business. The Smart Phone Center of Wyckoff carries AT&T Mobility products and accessories. The store is located at 327A Franklin Avenue, Wyckoff. Staff members speak English and Spanish. Phone (201) 560-1100, or stop in Monday through Wednesday, 9:30 to 6:30; Thursday and Friday, 9:30 to 7:30; or Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The shop is closed on Sunday. A P Sicomac Pharmacy goes out of its way for customers icomac Pharmacy is a privately owned, full service, independent pharmacy. Pharmacist Frank Marcos, owner since 2001, is committed to delivering the highest quality pharmaceutical care possible. Conveniently located next to the Market Basket in Wyckoff, Sicomac Pharmacy offers all the medications and services of a modern pharmacy, with the friendly, personalized service of a hometown business. All insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid, are accepted, and free delivery is Maureen, owner Frank, Karen and John available. At Sicomac Pharmacy, your good health is their business. Their experienced team of professionals strives to satisfy customers with personalized service. One-on-one consultations, including a review of your medications, with the pharmacy staff are always available. Get to know them and develop a long and healthy relationship. The pharmacy is a quality provider of home health care needs, including incontinence supplies, briefs, bed pads, and more. A full line of diabetic equipment and treatment supplies are stocked as well as a full line of medical supplies. Sicomac Pharmacy will work with your hospital to supply what you will need when you come home from a stay. Sicomac Pharmacy offers a large selection of major brands of non-prescription items such as pain, cold, cough, flu, and allergy remedies, many of which are available in money saving store brand equivalents. If you require an item that is not in stock, or something that is hard to find, the staff will go out of their way to special order it. The store also carries extensive vitamin and skin care lines. The gift department offers Webkinz, Bearington Bears, Village candles, baby gifts, clothing featuring the Wyckoff logo, and many other unique gifts. Other services offered are prescriptions filled while you wait, online refills, medicine compounding and flavoring of liquid medications to make them more appealing to children. Everyone is invited to join the Sicomac Pharmacy family. Bring your prescription bottles and insurance card; they will take care of the rest. The Marcos family also owns and operates Ho-Ho-Kus Pharmacy in Ho-Ho-Kus and De Blieck’s Pharmacy in North Haledon. For more information, call (201) 891-0822 or stop in at 300 Sicomac Avenue, Wyckoff. Visit online at S Get the results you want at CR Fitness…Guaranteed! harlie Remiggio, owner of CR Fitness, encourages his clients to get the results they want. He welcomes anyone who wants to get in great shape to call CR Fitness for a FREE trial session. “After I evaluate a client, I put together a very detailed plan. If the client follows that plan, the results are great,” Charlie says. “You get out what you put in. I’m so confident that my clients will get results, I’m offering a money back guarantee!” This former Bogota High School football player and wrestler says he Charlie Remiggio has always enjoyed exercising. 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