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TOMMY PRODUCTIONS, 3292 Delsea Drive in Franklinville, N.J.


From the Philadelphia/South Jersey area:
TOMMY PRODUCTIONS, 3292 Delsea Drive in Franklinville, N.J., is located at the intersection of Little Mill Road and Hall Ave at a traffic light on Route 47, diagonally across from Newfield National Bank.
Look for our roof with the words: "Production, Editing, Duplication” and the "Tommy Productions" sign outside.

 

From Philadelphia:
From the Walt Whitman, Betsy Ross, or Ben Franklin Bridge, follow Route 676 South to Route 42 South (North-South Freeway) to Route 55 South.
Stay on 55 for 15 minutes and get off at Exit 43 (Franklinville/Little Mill Road). At the stop sign at end of ramp, turn left onto Little Mill Road. Travel ¼ mile, cross the RR tracks, and turn left at the stop sign at Delsea Drive (Route 47). Make a quick right into our parking lot.

 

From Cherry Hill:
Take Interstate 295 South to Route 42 South (North-South Freeway) to Route 55 South.
Stay on Rt. 55 for 15 minutes and get off at Exit 43 (Franklinville/Little Mill Road). At the stop sign at end of ramp, turn left onto Little Mill Road. Travel ¼ mile, through the RR tracks, and turn left at the traffic light at Delsea Drive (Route 47). Make a quick right into our parking lot.

 

From Glassboro:
Follow Delsea Drive south (Route 47). Pass Masso’s Catering on the left, continue approximately 2 miles. After passing Rite-Aid Pharmacy on left and Clayton Acme on the right, continue approximately 1¼ miles. After you see Franklinville Storage on your right, our office is just 1 block past it on the left.

 

From Sicklerville:
Take Berlin-Cross Keys Road to the Black Horse Pike (Sam’s Warehouse). Cross over the Black Horse Pike to the "Five Points” intersection, and take Route 555 (Tuckahoe Road). Cross the Route 322 intersection (traffic light) to the 1st road on your right and turn right onto Route 610 (Clayton Williamstown Road.) Continue 2 miles through the next light (Fries Mill Road) to the next light Delsea Drive (Route 47 South), turn left. Proceed on Delsea Drive, pass Rite-Aid Pharmacy on left, and the Clayton Acme on the right, continue approximately 1¼ miles. After you see Franklinville Storage on your right, our office is just past it on the left.

 

From Vineland or Malaga:
Route 55 North to Exit 43 (Franklinville/Little Mill Road). At the stop sign at end of ramp, turn right onto Little Mill Road. Travel ¼ mile, cross the RR tracks, and turn left at the traffic light at Delsea Drive (Route 47). Make a quick right into our parking lot.

 

(Using Delsea Drive) Take Delsea Drive north until you reach the intersection in the center of Franklinville (See Wawa, Franklinville Inn, Nick’s Pizza, and Mobil Station). Proceed through the intersection for approximately 1¼ miles. Our office is on the right, diagonally across from the Newfield National Bank.

From the Philadelphia/South Jersey area

 

 

 

Words From Our Clients

I’d like to commend Tommy Rosa and his company Tommy Productions. “Tommy” is one of the highest quality video production companies in the Delaware Valley. Tom Rosa is going to give you the quality and professionalism you are looking for…but maybe most importantly, what Tom is also going to give you is a moral and ethical relationship that is going to result in everyone feeling very good when the project is over. Tommy has a great future and that future is guaranteed because Tom Rosa is going to make it happen.
Ned Eckhardt, Professor and Chair, Television Department, Rowan University - Glassboro, NJ

 

For over ten years the Delsea Regional High School District has maintained a close professional relationship with Mr. Thomas Rosa and Tommy Productions. Mr. Rosa has maintained fine lines of communication to promote video, television and broadcasting programs in our district. While the District has had transitions with those who have overseen our program, one constant has been Tom Rosa who is committed and dedicated to the school district.

Frank Borelli – Superintendent, Delsea Regional School District. Franklinville, NJ

 

The students and faculty of the sixth grade class of the Samuel Mickle School in Mickleton wish to express their appreciation to you for the time and effort that you put into the editing of the D.A.R.E video. Your dedication and support of the D.A.R.E. Program is evident through your willingness to assist in this project.
Joan Collis, East Greenwich Township Schools
Mickleton, NJ

 

Tommy videotaped our Christmas program. The tape that they edited and reproduced for our school was outstanding! Mr. Rosa is very cooperative and professional both in his manner and quality of his work!
Frances Y. Manbeck Principal, Elwood Kindle School - Aura, NJ