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RED BANK, NJ: What does the staying power of The Lusty Lobster’s forty years in a business say?
It says that they offer the highest quality products at fair prices, have a motivated staff that works hard enjoys where they work, an earned reputation that keeps customers coming back, and outstanding customer service.
They have to.
When your product has a shelf life of only a few days, the Lusty Lobster employs an inventory control system that consistently brings in only the freshest seafood that goes out the door quickly.
And that’s why customers keep coming.
Doug Douty and older brother Dick, launched the business in 1980 with Dick operating the wholesale business in Portland, Maine. Doug manages the retail store in Highlands, NJ, and has brought on his son Sean.
Their years of experience in the seafood industry has allowed them to develop strong relationships with good, reliable suppliers, making sure that their customers get a consistently quality product at a fair price.
The Lusty Lobster has become the premier seafood market in the area, supplying locals and restaurants with product, and is often hired for raw bar catering, clam bakes, and festivals.
When shipments are offloaded, lobsters are immediately placed in an aerated holding tank that is capable of holding hundreds of pounds of lobsters.
The holidays are coming up. The Lusty Lobster will create a hors d'oeuvre seafood platter that will impress your family and most jaded friends. A truly delicious offerings of a variety of seafood that’s nicely packaged and ready for your table.
Thinking about holiday gifts? People have enough “stuff.”
Forget the supermarkets.
When you want fresh seafood, there’s only one place to go and that’s The Lusty Lobster.
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