Boaters world liquidating
Ritz Camera & Image (formerly Ritz Camera Centers) is a photographic retail and photofinishing specialty store, headquartered in Edison, New Jersey.
The company owns and operates a chain of six locations throughout the United States under the names Wolf Camera, Inkley’s and Ritz Camera.
However, inside sources tell me that management is monitoring sales three times a day and have replacement signs with 50-60% off ready to go up as soon as they see sales volume drop during the liquidation, which is scheduled to last through June 20th.
After they close, don't forget that long time local dealers such as The Boat House, Chelsea Marine, Ocean Outboard and Deonas Boatworks stock a variety of boat supplies and you can still rely on Amelia Bait and Tackle, The Bait House, and Leaders and Sinkers to have all of your fishing supplies.
In May 2006 Ritz Camera announced a partnership with Yes Video to start offering same day DVD Transfers in all stores nationwide.
These stores can transfer VHS, SVHS, Mini Dv, Digital 8, and digital media to DVDs in about the time any particular tape takes to play.
We can coordinate formal 3rd party inspections, preparation for shipping requires in-depth knowledge, different countries have very different requirements, fumigation with reports, height restrictions specific to the destination port.
We are only 45 Minutes from one of the largest International ports in the world.
The family-owned company (Ritz Camera Centers, Inc., predecessor in interest to Ritz Camera & Image, LLC) was founded as a portrait studio in 1918 by Benjamin A.
Ritz, in the Ritz Hotel in Atlantic City, New Jersey. In 1936, Benjamin and his brother Edward opened the first Ritz film-processing lab in Washington, D. Ritz Camera was headed by Edward's son, David Ritz.
Whether the occasion was a wedding, graduation, or confirmation, the tradition in Atlantic City in the early 20th century was to have it captured with a B. Ritz Camera was the first chain photo-finishers to offer 4×6 prints from 35mm film, as well as free bordered prints, as standard.
Our business is all about repeat customers and referrals that only happens when people are happy long after the money changes hands!
If you've passed the local Boaters World store at the intersection S. R.107 you've probably seen the large "Going out of Business" sign. Liquidation prices are set at 10-30% off by the liquidation team and store employees do not have any authorization to change them.