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Fred Chase Woodcraft

Fred Chase turns locally felled trees into vessels, bowls, platters, and hollowed objects.  He tries to make all of his functional pieces aesthetically pleasing, while his art forms are more experimental, unpredictable, and immersive.  He has a website which exhibits many of the pieces created.  He is active in many craft shows, both local and distant. He also make pieces on commission. He can be reached at 609-364-0625

Brigantine Oyster Co.

Brigantine Oyster Company farms the Eastern Oyster in the back bays of Brigantine Island in Southern NJ. Their oysters are cultivated, harvested, and delivered farm-direct to customers throughout the South Jersey & Philadelphia region.  The company is a New Jersey certified shellfish dealer and operate their distribution from their space at The Factory.

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Hart & Sapp

Hart & Sapp is a direct-to-the-trade cabinet manufacturer of exquisite custom cabinetry and distributor of quick ship cabinets for builders and developers. Over 90,000 square feet of manufacturing facilities, and with over 60 years of cabinet making experience. Your Hart & Sapp cabinets are made in America by the best in the trade. All cabinets,…

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The Factory Workers Gear

The Factory Workers designs, constructs and sells custom-made gear with 100% American-made materials. The line, which just launched in 2016, includes aprons, bags, tool rolls and t-shirts. It’s an offshoot of The Factory itself, and each piece is assembled at the Cherry Hill location. When you buy something from The Factory Workers’ line, you’re not…

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Laura Stark, Graphic Designer

Graphic designer Laura Stark brings the sensibilities of a 15-year career in corporate communications to clients seeking clear, clean, professional branding and marketing. A writer as well as a designer, Stark’s experience in branding and extends from the print to digital worlds. “I have an obsession with paper and printing processes,” she said. “I got…

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Matt Turowski, Jazz Musician

When jazz musician Matt Turowski joined The Factory, he was originally looking for a place to practice. A performer and composer, Turowski also needed space to store his collection of instruments, which includes an upright bass, piano, horns, and guitars. But since arriving at the building, Turowski also discovered a sense of community he said…

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Mel ‘Chaos’ Lewis, Music Producer

Music producer Mel Lewis spent eight years working out of Philadelphia’s legendary The Studio, where he’d operated his own independent facility within Larry Gold’s. But when he moved across the Delaware River, he struggled to find a comparable setup in New Jersey. “I figured I’d build an office in my home,” Lewis said. “I worked…

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Revolution Coffee Roasters

Joe Demarest, Justin Ettore, and Steve McFadden launched their small-batch coffee company in The Factory four years ago, and have seen it grow fivefold since. What the trio established as a small wholesale roasting operation has blossomed into a full-service retail shop and café. “Our evolution and growth have been directly tied to our choice…

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