Articles by Electric Bricks Staff

Happy Labor Day from Electric Bricks!

From the entire crew at Electric Bricks, we hope you have a happy Labor Day Weekend!

Please note that our office will be closed on Monday, September 6th.

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New Mailing Address

Please note that as of May 1st, 2021, Electric Bricks has a new mailing address:

PO Box 1094
Rockville, MD, 20849

Please also note that this is only our mailing address. Our office and physical address is still (and will remain) 180 East Main Street, Suite 105A, Patchogue, NY, 11772. If you haven’t already, please update your records.

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Happy Holidays & a VERY Happy New Year from Electric Bricks

Wishing You a Safe Holiday Season & a Fantastic 2021!

From our families to yours, we hope that 2021 brings you peace, comfort, and joy.

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Happy Thanksgiving from Electric Bricks

From all of us at Electric Bricks, we hope you have a healthy and happy Thanksgiving!

Please note that our office will be closed on Thursday and Friday, reopening Monday, November 30th.

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Happy Holidays from All of Us to All of You!

Wishing Everyone a Safe & Happy Holiday Season & a Prosperous New Year!

Please note that Electric Bricks will have limited office hours during the weeks of Christmas and New Years.

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Happy Thanksgiving from Electric Bricks

Happy Thanksgiving from your friends at Electric Bricks!

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Doing Our Part to Clean Up Brookhaven

Every year, the Town of Brookhaven takes part in the Great American Cleanup, which is the country’s largest organized cleanup, beautification, and community improvement program. The Great Brookhaven Cleanup took place on Saturday, May 18th, and the weather was absolutely perfect for getting our hands dirty! Electric Bricks owner, Keith Paul, along with members of the Chamber of Commerce of the Mastics & Shirley, the Salvation Army, BRNSC (a local business networking group), and other local volunteers, converged on the busy intersection of Montauk Highway and William Floyd Parkway to pick up trash and do their part to help beautify our community. The group collected 8 bags of garbage and made a visible impact on the appearance of the southwest corner of the intersection.

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Giving Back the American Way

Recently, Electric Bricks owner, Keith Paul, volunteered to help complete a project for the Mastic-Shirley Chamber of Commerce to install American flags down the Montauk Highway corridor through Shirley and Mastic. Keith sits on the Board of Directors of the Chamber and has worked for about a year on this project. With the help of East End Sign Design and a Fire Police escort from the Mastic Fire Department, 50 flags went up on April 16th without a hitch and go a long way to beautifying this busy roadway. There is an additional phase planned that will extend the project both east and west to cover even more of the towns.

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From Us and Ours to You and Yours

Wishing you and those you love the best this holiday season!

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Staying Involved in Local Business

We are proud to announce that Electric Bricks owner, Keith Paul, was recently sworn in as a Director for the Chamber of Commerce of the Moriches. As a long-time resident of Center Moriches, Keith is very happy to have this opportunity to contribute to the betterment of local business and to give back to the Moriches community.

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