Business Spotlight Stories
Business Spotlight Stories
Prudy La Mantia
Perfect Press Cleaners
705 Station Ave
Store Hours: Mon-Fri 8 to 6, Sat 8 to 5
Perfect Press Cleaners has been privileged to be part of the Haddon Heights Community for over 8 years. The main store is located in Mantua where all dry cleaning for both stores is processed. Prudy La Mantia operates and manages the Haddon Heights store. She had worked over 20 years in sales and customer service when she decided she needed a career change and gladly accepted the opportunity to join the Perfect Press family. If Prudy looks familiar, you may know her from Pete’s Shoe Repair, a family owned business, formerly of Black Horse Pike Shopping Center and now located at 725 Black Horse Pike in Runnemede. She worked at the store for many years helping her dad and now, along with her sister, is co-owner.
Perfect Press is a full service cleaner with over 30 years experience, offering a 20% discount on all pre paid cleaning. They are located at 705 Station Ave adjacent to the Post Office. A drive thru window makes it very convenient to drop off dry cleaning. Their services include alterations, tailoring, laundering, leather & suede cleaning, embroidery, wedding gowns cleaned & preserved, formal wear, comforters, draperies, dance costumes, fire & police uniforms, school & sports uniforms as well as shoe repair, leather repair and handbag repair. They also sell many shoe products such as laces, polishes, insoles, brushes, shoe trees, and more… “We provide all your dry cleaning and shoe repair needs at one convenient Haddon Heights location. We pride ourselves on building lasting relationships with our customers and enjoy being part of the Historic District on Station Avenue”. Perfect Press is proud to be a member of the Haddon Heights Business & Professional Association.
Michael and Grethe Kiley
Josie & Lou Doto and Michael & Grethe Kiley are the operating partners of John’s Friendly Market.
It’s been one year since we lost our dad, John Johnson. We miss him every day, but we have the privilege of honoring his memory by operating John’s Family Market as a family business. We believe he would be very proud of the changes and improvements we’ve made while we continue his legacy of generosity by supporting numerous charities and organizations in and around Haddon Heights. Our “world-famous” hoagies are better than ever, and items are added almost daily to our selection of prepared foods. We’re always looking for new products and services
to offer and welcome your suggestions.
Our entire family wishes to express our appreciation to the loyal friends and customers who supported us during Dad’s illness and throughout the transitions over the last year. When you stop by the store, you’ll find that most of Dad’s long-term employees remain with us and you’ll see a number of new faces as well. Dad would be happy to know that his grandchildren are learning the ropes both behind the register and in the meat department.
So, to all our former, present, and future customers, thank you for enabling us to preserve a Haddon Heights institution. And please continue to record your thoughts and memories in the book on Dad’s chair. We love reading what you all have to say, and it’s a comfort to have such a reminder of how well-loved he was.
John’s Friendly Market is open 7 days a week.