Wednesday, February 18, 2015

The Acme Style Directory has been updated!

Acme Style's accompanying directory page has been fully updated
after suffering a few years of neglect. 
The page makes exploring the blog super easy! 
You can visit the directory page by clicking here

Also updated...

The fickr collection is a sort of greatest hits of the Acme Style blog.
Handy for those wanting to do a photo tour of the blog. 
Now updated with all the latest photos!
Click here for a visit.


  1. Thanks for updating! Loved your blog ever since I first read it in 2011. :)

    1. Nice to hear AcmeLover! Thanks!

    2. Anytime! Even though the nearest acme from me is almost an hour away, it's good to "check it out" every once in a while!

  2. As a fellow blogger, I know how hard it is for indexes to be maintained...

  3. Wow! The directory is amazing! I was wondering where all of the missing towns were. Also, thanks for adding Ortley Beach instead of Seaside Heights. I appreciate it, and your blog. This blog is probably one of the most informative sites on the internet, even if it is not a topic that everybody talks about all of the time, it is very interesting. Thanks for having this blog!

    Also, I saw that they are putting in new category markers. I have never seen them before, and they look like they are from after PF&H, but they do not match the Quality Built category markers, so I am not sure which décor package we're getting. I am hoping for quality built, but it could be a new décor package tailored to my extravagantly decorated store, as to not have to take down the barn and bakery and seafood section. The markers are colorful, and can be found in the candy section by the Ghirardelli and Lindt chocolates.

    1. Thank you! The directory is just for the Acmes that are currently on the blog. There's a long way to go before it has every Acme that has ever been.

      I'll be stopping in Milltown next week to check it out. The two "Quality Built" remodels on the blog have 2 different looks. I'm thinking we won't be seeing a cookie cutter package going into each store like we have in the past. I'm plan on using "Quality Built" as the general name for all versions of these remodels. We'll get a better idea of where things are going once Chestertown and Beach Haven have their grand reopening.