New Jersey Music Store Closing Its Doors After Over 70 Years in Business

The Freehold Music Center, a well-established music store in New Jersey, announced that it will be closing its doors on February 29th. After over 70 years in business, the center, which first opened in 1951, has been located at 3681 Route 9 in Freehold for the past 22 years. The news was shared on the business’s Facebook page, where they announced that everything in the store must go.

In preparation for the closure, the music center is holding a closing sale where a variety of items such as guitars, amps, keyboards, drums, and more are being offered at discounted prices. The store has a wide selection of guitars, drum sets, keyboards, amplifiers, PA equipment, digital pianos, ukuleles, violins, and accessories, all of which are priced to move quickly. The store has extended its hours to accommodate the sale, remaining open from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday

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