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South jersey craigslist car and trucks by owner

South jersey craigslist car and trucks by owner

South jersey craigslist cars and trucks by owner

Craigslist is firmly entrenched in the long-term used car and truck market. The auction site may have become a go to place for bargains, but according to our research, used fares are also selling faster than ever before.

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Map highlighting the counties included in the broadest definition of South Jersey, with the minimum and core definition shown in dark blue, and the maximum definition (which includes Ocean County, a county more frequently associated with the New York Metropolitan Area) shown in light blue.

Camden, located across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, has historically been considered the economic hub of South Jersey. Much of Camden's growth resulted from its location near Philadelphia, particularly its role as a regional transportation hub. For decades after World War II, Camden suffered a prolonged economic decline and high crime rate due to the loss of its manufacturing base and the outflow of middle-class residents to the suburbs. Camden is home to the Campbell's Soup headquarters and the new corporate headquarters of Susquehanna Bank. Rutgers–Camden, Rutgers School of Law–Camden, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Cooper University Hospital, and the Camden campus of Camden County College operate in the city, and the Camden waterfront is one of the city's main attractions. Nearby Cherry Hill, the second largest municipality in South Jersey and the 15th largest in New Jersey by population, is an edge city that also serves as an economic center for the region. Pureland Industrial Complex, the nation's largest industrial park, is located 12 miles from the port of Camden in Logan In 2015, a NJ.com poll with 90,000 respondents asked readers to identify the communities in North, Central, and South Jersey. The Ocean County communities of Barnegat, Eagleswood, Lacey Township, Little Egg Harbor, the communities of Long Beach Island, Ocean Township, Stafford Township, and Tuckerton were all voted as part of South Jersey. The Ocean County communities north of Lacey Township were considered to be part of Central Jersey. The northernmost communities of Burlington County also voted as part of Central Jersey. (Source:en.wikipedia.org)

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Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties have several older streetcar towns, and many residents commute to Philadelphia. The Courier-Post daily newspaper, which refers to itself as "South Jersey's Newspaper" is based in Camden County. It covers all of South Jersey, but focuses primarily on these three counties. The South Jersey Times based in the town of Mullica Hill, also covers South Jersey, but spotlights Gloucester, Cumberland, and Salem counties. Salem County and to lesser extents lower Gloucester County and upper Cumberland County serve as residential communities for the industries (mainly petro-chemical) in New Castle County, Delaware. The Southern Jersey Atlantic shore areas, in particular Atlantic City, Atlantic County, and Cape May County, have a distinct economy centered on tourism. Cape May has the distinction of being geographically as far south as Washington, D.C., thus giving another sense to the name South Jersey. (Source: en.wikipedia.org In 2015, a NJ.com poll with 90,000 respondents asked readers to identify the communities in North, Central, and South Jersey. The Ocean County communities of Barnegat, Eagleswood, Lacey Township, Little Egg Harbor, the communities of Long Beach Island, Ocean Township, Stafford Township, and Tuckerton were all voted as part of South Jersey. The Ocean County communities north of Lacey Township were considered to be part of Central Jersey. The northernmost communities of Burlington County also voted as part of Central Jersey. (Source:en.wikipedia.org eCamden, located across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, has historically been considered the economic hub of South Jersey. Much of Camden's growth resulted from its location near Philadelphia, particularly its role as a regional transportation hub. For decades after World War II, Camden suffered a prolonged economic decline and high crime rate due to the loss of its manufacturing base and the outflow of middle-class residents to the suburbs. Camden is home to the Campbell's Soup headquarters and the new corporate headquarters of Susquehanna Bank. Rutgers–Camden, Rutgers School of Law–Camden, Cooper Medical School of Rowan University, Cooper University Hospital, and the Camden campus of Camden County College operate in the city, and the Camden waterfront is one of the city's main attractions. Nearby Cherry Hill, the second largest municipality in South Jersey and the 15th largest in New Jersey by population, is an edge city that also serves as an economic center for the region. Pureland Industrial Complex, the nation's largest industrial park, is located 12 miles from the port of Camden in Logan Township. (Source:n.wikipedia.org)))

 

 

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