Article from the July 26, 1973 issue of Evesham Township News...
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             Two Guys opens new store
NEARS COMPLETION: Work continues on the new Two Guys store being built at Routes 73 and 70. Store is expected to be open sometime late this month.
Photo from July 19, 1973 issue of Evesham Township News...
  The 62nd unit in the Two Guys discount department store chain officially opened in Marlton, yesterday, July 25.

   The 157,000 square foot store is the most recent addition to the expanding Two Guys chain of full-line discount department stores, and will serve as the anchor in a new 174,000 square foot shopping center at the northwest intersection of Routes 70 and 73 in Marlton.

   The new Two Guys features a modern discount food department, as well as a snack bar, amusement areas and a huge outdoor garden center.

   In addition, the new store houses over 40 different departments including appearel and shoes for the entire family, cameras and photographic equipment, automotive parts and accessories, electrical appliances, pets, major appliances, television, radio and stereo equipment, linen and fabrics, jewelry, luggage and giftware, sporting goods, hardware, lumber, home furnishings and lighting fixtures, drugs and cosmetics, toys, lawn and patio furniture, floor coverings and records.

   Liberal credit plans, including the Two Guys charge card, BankAmericard and Master Charge, are also available at the Marlton Two Guys.

   The Marlton store is open from 9:30 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Parking facilities accommodate more than 900 cars.

   James J. Clark is the store manager for the new Two Guys. A resident of Atco, he has been associated with Two Guys since 1960, when he began as a seasonal trainee with the Woodbridge store. since then he has managed nine Two Guys stores in New Jersey and Maryland. He most recently served as store manager for the Two Guys in Cherry Hill.

   Assisting Clark at the new Two Guys in Marlton is Jack Zidow, of Cherry Hill, who joined Two Guys last year as an assistant store manager at the Lawnside location. For the past five months, he has served as assistant store manager at the Vineland store.

   Solomon Rogoff, president of Vornado, Inc., parent company of Two Guys, in explaining the move to Marlton, said, "After researching the Marlton area, we felt we could provide a definite service by offering job opportunities to the community while, at the same time, affording residents the opportunity to obtain the merchandise we offer at substantial savings."

   "We look forward to a very long and intense commitment to the Marlton area."
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  Former Marlton Two Guys Shopping Center before the strip of stores at the left were demolished and replaced with two big-box stores - PetSmart and Wine Works.
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  Marlton Two Guys closed on March 15, 1980 as part of Vornado's liquidation of the chain to become a real estate firm. Prior to this the Food Department was seperated and leased to Shop Rite and the Two Guys was remodeled into a smaller store just before the liquidation. As with most of the former Two Guys locations, Vornado leased the Marlton Two Guys space to Jefferson Ward, then Bradlee's leading to the present tenant Kohl's.
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Marlton Two Guys Floor Plan
Marlton Two Guys center in 2009.