Located on NJ-35, Union Square offers a unique shopping experience for all Middletown and Red Bank residents. The Asbury Park Press has reported that a Dollar Tree will open a new location within the shopping center. The discount variety store will be taking over the same 9,977-square-foot spot that was once home to Tuesday Morning. It was because of bad business and the COVID-19 pandemic, Tuesday Morning had to close its doors.

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The new Union Square Dollar Tree will be joining other tenants like Trek Cycling, H&R Block, House of Chong, Goldfish Swim School, and Planet Fitness. Expect the new Dollar Tree to open on August 12th. They are currently hiring and applicants can apply in person at the store or online at dollartree.com/careers.

From Dollar Tree:

The leading operator of discount variety stores that has served North America for more than thirty years. The company operates 15,000+ stores across the 48 contiguous states and five Canadian provinces, supported by a coast-to-coast logistics network and more than 193,000 associates. Headquartered in Chesapeake, VA, Dollar Tree is the largest and most successful single-price-point retailer in North America, operating thousands of stores across 48 contiguous states and five Canadian provinces, supported by a solid and scalable logistics network. Our roots go back more than 60 years. To appreciate how it all came to pass, you have to rewind more than half a century to K.R. Perry and a Ben Franklin variety store in Wands Corner, Norfolk, Virginia, and to Macon Brock's, Doug Perry's (son of K.R. Perry), and Ray Compton's adventure into $1.00 retailing. A highly successful concept was created using this single price point to build a national chain of stores.

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