OCEAN COUNTY
BUSINESS ASSOCIATION

THE LEADING BUSINESS REFERRAL ORGANIZATION IN OCEAN COUNTY

Because word of mouth is the most  valuable—and trusted—means of promotion, OCBA is devoted solely to referring business to fellow members. Each year, thousands of leads and referrals are exchanged within the group that are earned through the mutual
respect our members build for one another.

To find out more about how OCBA works and how it might benefit you, simply have a look at this video.

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Do You Own A Business?

If you’re an Ocean County-based business owner or corporate decision-maker looking to meet the most trusted and respected people in our community, then Ocean County Business Association (OCBA) is the ideal networking organization for you. Read more about OCBA and see for yourself how this unique organization can be one of the most  important steps you’ll ever take toward boosting your business.

Looking For Reliable Service Providers?

Finding high-quality, reliable product and service providers can be tricky business. Where do you look? Whom can you trust? The Ocean County Business Association solves that problem once and for all. Each carefully screened member must meet rigorous standards and adhere to the OCBA Code of Ethics. To locate the product or service provider you want, Click Here.

Interested In Joining OCBA?

We are now accepting applications for new members. If you’re interested in joining, please visit This Page

Call us for more information or for questions you may have at
1-866-606-OCBA (6222).

Don’t delay. Once your category is filled, you will no longer be eligible for membership. Some members have maintained their categories for over 25 years! To view which categories are currently taken, check out our membership list.

NEWS & EVENTS

OCBA’s “A Blossom Shop” Uses Petal It Forward To Pay It Forward For Food Bank

A Blossom Shop in Bayville, New Jersey, asked 2020 Petal It Forward recipients to donate a non-perishable food item in exchange for a bouquet and plans to do the same for this year’s event. The food items are donated to a local food bank. “If someone brings me a non-perishable food product to donate to a local food bank, then they are paying it forward and I am paying it forward,” Cofka says. “We are helping each other out.” The Full Article Can Be Read HERE

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OCBA’s “A Blossom Shop” Uses Petal It Forward To Pay It Forward For Food Bank

A Blossom Shop in Bayville, New Jersey, asked 2020 Petal It Forward recipients to donate a non-perishable food item in exchange for a bouquet and plans to do the same for this year’s event. The food items are donated to a local food bank. “If someone brings me a non-perishable food product to donate to a local food bank, then they are paying it forward and I am paying it forward,” Cofka says. “We are helping each other out.” The Full Article Can Be Read HERE

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