Newtown Business Association Welcomes Top Cleaners and Turning Point to Town With Ribbon Cuttings | Newtown News of Interest |

The Newtown Business Association officially welcomed two new businesses to the township on April 27 with a pair of ribbon cutting ceremonies.


Members of the NBA, along with state and local officials, were on hand to celebrate the recent opening of the Newtown Cleaners at the Newtown Shopping Center on West Road and Turning Point Restaurant at the Village of Newtown Shopping Center.


Minah Yu and her family, who ran Top Cleaners at 208 South State Street in Newtown Borough for more than a decade, have relocated their business to 42 West Road (next to the Acme).


While the business has changed its name and location, the service and quality of work remain five stars and Minah is still at the front counter welcoming customers with a smile.


“We’ve been in Newtown a long time,” said Minah, who operates the Newtown store. “We’ve gotten to know a lot of Newtown Borough people. But the location wasn’t visible. People only found out about us through word of mouth and online reviews.


“When we had the opportunity to relocate to a bigger shopping center, we made the move,” said Minah.


The NBA and the public officials also stopped by Turning Point to cut the ribbon on one of the township’s newest eateries.


Located next door to the Newtown Bookstore, the restaurant has quickly become a favorite among the area’s breakfast and lunch crowds.


“Were extremely happy to be in Newtown,” said Kirk Ruoff, who co-owns Turning Point with his wife, Pam. “The customers are fantastic. The workers are hard working people. We’re extremely pleased with how we have started here.”