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Posted on: October 27, 2017

Councilwoman Cartright Welcomes TJ Maxx to Port Jefferson Station

Three women inside store

Farmingville, NY – Recently, Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright attended the grand opening of TJ Maxx in Port Jefferson Station. The new store, off Nesconset Highway, is in the same shopping center as Staples. The TJX parent company emphasizes associates giving time to support their surrounding communities. TJX has multiple corporate initiatives to address the basic needs of those in poverty, educating and training at-risk young people, researching and caring for life-threatening illnesses, and advocating for the safety from domestic violence.

“We are pleased to welcome TJ Maxx to the Port Jefferson Station community and thankful to learn about the TJX philosophy of being a good corporate citizen and giving back to the communities in which they serve,” stated Councilwoman Cartright. TJ Maxx made that commitment evident by making a $10,000 contribution to the Kid’s Clubhouse Suffolk County during the Grand Opening.

To learn more about their mission of providing resources to their local communities (and find a cute pair of shoes) visit their website.

Five people at TJMaxx with giant check

Division of Public Information - Office of the Supervisor

One Independence Hill

Farmingville, NY 11738

Phone: 631-451-6595

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