Founded in 1986 by Robert and Debra Matthews, Copiers Plus Inc. serves as both a traditional business equipment company and have recently expanded their services to include a custom printing division.

Bob and Deb started their business out of a spare bedroom in a rented rancher in Somers Point, NJ. With the growth that the casino industry brought to the region, they felt there was a strong opportunity to launch a successful sales and service based business machine company. The business took off and soon every room in the house was filled with inventory. They have since outgrown several locations and are presently located in Egg Harbor Township. With the additional space and excellent exposure they added a copying and printing division in 2003.

Fast forward to 2015, Copiers Plus has expanded again with a Copy/Print Center located in Ocean City, run by the second generation of Matthews’, Son’s Bob Jr., Shane along with daughter Kirra who will be helping out during her summer breaks.

Over the past 29 years, Copiers Plus has grown from a husband/wife operation to employing 32 individuals. Bob and Deb say they owe their success to the company’s dedicated employees and loyal customers.

Bob and Deb feel very fortunate with their success and truly enjoy giving back to a community that has given so much to them.

Along with the American Red Cross, Copiers Plus contributes to countless local charities and fund raising events. Especially the Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation where Bob and Deb are honorary trustees. Bob and Deb also support the Arts and are major contributors to the Atlantic City Ballet.

Along with co-owning the business Deb was the former Treasurer of the Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation, a local non-profit which raises money for cancer research, awareness and assists individuals battling cancer both financially and emotionally.

Deb and Bob have three children, Bob Jr., Shane and Kirra who all adore the latest additions to the family, Armani, a mini Yorkshire terrier and Professor Chaos, a rescue kitten found in their yard at less than two weeks old.