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The Bristol Borough Business Association (BBBA) is a membership-based organization whose mission is ‘to promote our members, the town, and its businesses and to attract customers and new businesses through events, promotions, advertisement, tourism, and more.’ Our members include service-oriented companies, financial institutions, food and beverage establishments, retail shops, manufacturing specialists and distributors, entertainment & recreational enterprises, and more. All working collectively to empower each other and the Bristol Borough community for success.
What We Do
The BBBA’s current efforts include (but is not limited to):
organizing and participating in family-friendly, community-building events;
coordinating marketing, promotional, and media opportunities (for print and online publications);
engaging in and supporting town-wide, economic developments and beautification efforts;
maintaining strategic affiliations with business development and tourism agencies;
collaborating with like-minded partners, community leaders, civic groups, and government officials;
providing opportunities for 1) peer support, mentoring, and solution-based brainstorming; 2) networking, referrals, and collaborations; 3) professional development and education ; and 4) access to business resources, tools, information, data, and materials;
Where We Are
Historic Bristol Borough is located on the banks of the Delaware River in scenic Lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Conveniently located just 23 miles northeast of Philadelphia and opposite of Burlington, New Jersey (with Burlington Island situated between us), the boundaries of our little borough stretches approximately 1.6 square miles. Our unique location offers access to several major travel routes such as Interstate 95, the PA and NJ Turnpikes, the Septa Rail and Bus Lines, and the Burlington-Bristol Bridge. The addition of our new day docks, consisting of an 80-foot fixed pier with two 250-foot floating docks to accommodate approximately 25 boats, allows access to our ‘Main Street District’ via the water.