The Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce (EMACC) is honoring the 30th Annual Spinnaker Awards presentations at The Gramercy at Lakeside Manor Wednesday. March 23.
The Spinnaker Awards honor businesses and individuals who give of themselves to make life better for everyone in eastern Monmouth County.
Chairman Timothy Davis of Intercounty Mortgage Network, Corp. pointed out the Awards “provide the opportunity to recognize the businesses and individuals in our community that make a difference in our everyday lives, from those who that have been serving the community the longest to the newest and most influenceable startups to those that have been good neighbors making our little world in Eastern Monmouth County a better place to live and do business. We invite our community to celebrate together the accomplishments in our business community.”
Awardees to be honored March 23 are the Count Basie Center for the Arts for the Arts & Culture award, Little Silver Mayor Robert Neff for Public Service, Reardon Anderson for Community Service, Smolin Lupin for being a Corporate Good Neighbor, Covenant House NJ as an outstanding non-profit organization, Irwin Marine for serving Monmouth County for more than half a century, and Kevin Ertel, EMACC’s Next Generation Leader.
For further information, visit the chamber site as www.emacc.org or call the chamber at 732-741-0055.
Established in 1928, the Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber covers the communities of Eatontown, Fair Haven, Little Silver, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Oceanport, Red Bank, Rumson, Sea Bright, Shrewsbury and Tinton Falls. The office is located at 8 Reckless Place, Suite 1, P.O. Box 627, Red Bank.