Two River Community Bank Moves to New Headquarters
TINTION FALLS – William D. Moss, president and CEO, has announced that the Two River Community Bank has relocated and consolidated its executive offices and all bank-related departments into a new, state-of-the-art corporate headquarters located at 766 Shrewsbury Ave.
“Our new corporate headquarters provides exceptional utilization of space and provides for future growth,” Moss said. “We will have greater efficiency in how we serve our valued external and internal customers, as well as have an appropriate platform for the bank to continue with our growth plans.
“We would like to thank the municipality of Tinton Falls, and all other parties involved, for their assistance in our relocation. Our new home is fitting for Monmouth County’s largest home-based commercial bank,” he said.
Two River Community Bank operates 15 branch locations and two regional lending offices serving Monmouth, Middlesex and Union counties. It is a full-service bank that provides commercial and retail banking services to small and medium-sized businesses, professionals, and individual consumers.
Additional information is available by visiting www.tworiverbank.com.
Volunteers See 135 Patients During 6th Annual Free Dentistry Event
LINCROFT – The first people arrived at 5 a.m. and by the end of the day 135 patients were seen and received more than $53,000 in free dental care during the 6th annual Dentistry from the Heart event at Newman Springs Dental Care.
The first patients were treated before 7 a.m. and the last left with a smile at 4 p.m. Everyone who showed up by noon was able to receive dental care. The 31 volunteers were exhausted yet satisfied that they had given their all to help their community.
The volunteers were Dr. Mitchel Friedman, Dr. Julia Cintron, Dr. Jeffrey Zatzkin, Dr. John Frattellone, Dr. Allan Ruda, Dr. Kayvon Haghighi, Dr Beth DeAngelis, Dr. Randy Davis, Dr. Dan Winston, Dr. Lauren Picciotto, Jennifer DeMarco, Jean Morris, Erica Loren, Laura Read, Quinn Kowal, Keary Bennett, Monique Sheary, Linda Paris, Roxanne Motley, Amanda Butler, Noah Schayowitz, Colleen Carey, Marcy Buckler, Stefanie Thomas, Ida Whittaker, Tricia McHugh, Kim Brooks, Melissa Muth, Mike DeMarco, Mike Strycharz and Allison Alanya
The donors were J&J Morris Construction (Jean & John Morris), Henry Schein Dental, Patterson Dental, Dentsply (Jessica Vukovich), Omega Print (Doug Godfrey), Bagel Masters (Darren & Meredith Weinstein), Dunkin’ Donuts Lincroft (Dominic & Jeff Sequeira), Comcast Spotlight, Brookdale Community College Public Radio, Viamedia (advertising sales representatives for Verizon FiOS), POH Oral Health Products, LED Dental Velscope, Kalmed Dental Products, Joyce’s (Neil Givens), Jersey Mike’s subs (Dave Rich), Aleo’s Pizza, Cypress Café, Pepsi of Asbury Park and Blue Mountain Water.
Marcy Buckler of LED Dental, developer the Velscope, was on hand to add her expertise. With the Velscope, volunteers were able to perform advanced oral cancer exams to detect suspicious cell changes under the surface of the skin. After consultation with the oral surgeons on hand, several people were offered free follow-up care after the event.
When the event ended 135 patients were seen and 540 procedures were performed. Parents brought their 2-day-old baby to the dental office because they both had been suffering with toothaches. A homeless couple appreciated the meal offered by volunteers after they received relief from painful infections.
“With such a great need in our community, one day is a pretty small thing; however we hope that we made a difference in the lives of those we treated,” said Dr. Mitchel Friedman, the event sponsor. “At the six events we treated over 800 patients. Our motto is always ‘Paying it Forward with Charity and Gratitude.’
“Our hope is that this continues to be an annual event and that by our efforts, others can be inspired to give back to benefit their community,” he said.
CN Business Association Looking for Board Members
COLTS NECK – The Colts Neck Business Association is actively seeking members to join the executive board.
The members must either have a business in Colts Neck or live in Colts Neck. The nominating committee is creating a slate of candidates for the six positions, but nominations will also be taken from the floor at the November meeting. The membership has approved an appointed position of assistant treasurer. The purpose of this position is to foster greater checks and balances and accountability. This individual is not restricted by the same criteria that applies to executive board positions.
The CNBA would like to send out a special thanks to George and Savas at Perkins, for always being there when we need them. The graciously supply refreshments to our monthly meetings and treated everyone to pies and cookies at our Annual Pig Roast. Not to mention, on almost any day of the week you can find members of the CNBA conducting business at the back round table inside Perkins.
The Colts Neck Business Association welcomes all to its general meetings from 8 to 9 a.m. on the second Wednesday of each month at the Colts Neck Public Library, 1 Winthrop Road.
The CNBA continues to grow at a rapid pace and is led by President Glen J. Dalakian of CSAV Systems; vice presidents Anna Appolonia of Heritage House Sotheby’s Realtors and Andrea Giannopoulos of Capital Paint Centers; secretaries Carolyn Burtnick of Community Magazine and Monica Vermeulen of the Ashley Lauren Foundation; and treasurer Thomas Corley of Cerefice & Company. The group is advised by CNBA founders Sal Barbagallo and Silvan Lutkewitte, who are Colts Neck residents.
Additional information is available at www.ColtsNeck Business.com or on the organization’s Facebook page.
Heritage House Owner Attends Real Estate CEO Exchange
SHREWSBURY– Mary Burke, broker/owner, Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty, recently took part in a two-day conference that included 150 of the most powerful and successful real estate brokerage leaders to exchange idea and strategies that are key to finding success in today’s slowly recovering market.
While the event focused on finding success in the “new normal,” positive news regarding market conditions was also a common theme. From California to Arizona, Florida and New Jersey, the panelists who took part in the session titled, Making Money in Your Market: Has Your Business Reached a Turning Point? are all prepared for a better future as we finish out 2012 and head into 2013.
“Experts are getting back into the market, not in a small way, but a grand way,” said John Featherston, president and CEO of RISMedia, who co-moderated the session. Succeeding in today’s new normal isn’t just about thinking outside the box. Real estate professionals have to go one step further and change the way they talk about the business.
“The importance of being a real estate marketer is greater now than it has been in previous years,” said Burke. “After listening to the panelists speak about where our industry is headed, I’m more confident than ever that our firm is on the cutting edge, thanks in part to our newly launched website and increased social media efforts.”
The firm’s website gives sellers a snapshot of their marketing campaigns, media partnerships, and extensive exposure, proven to help achieve the highest selling price in any market.
Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty is an independently owned and operated full-service brokerage with four sales offices in Holmdel, Middletown, Shrewsbury and Rumson. The firm’s corporate headquarters is located at 834 Broad St., Shrewsbury. Additional information, including office locations and phone numbers, is available by visiting www.heritagehousesothebysrealty.com.
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