6B — May 15 - 28, 2020 — Central New Jersey — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal
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GetAMask.store initiative launched to help protect the community and frontline workers Trinity Dominion donates PPE to Ocean County Sheriff’s OEM T donate. We will facilitate all the logistics and deliver the PPE directly to those with the greatest need.”
ment through GetAMask. store. Just days after starting the initiative, Mati dropped off KN95 masks to Officers Kevin Cooney and AllenMantz at the Ocean County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Management. “We would like to offer our appreciation to the Ocean County Sheriff ’s Office of Emergency Management and all of our frontline workers for being one of our most valu- able assets during this time,” said Mati. “If anyone would like to help us donate these much-needed supplies to our frontline, we invite you to visit our website and purchase to
OMS RIVER — Trin- ity Dominion LLC , a real estate develop- ment company located at the Jersey Shore, is sending per- sonal protective equipment to those who need it the most. To officially launch its newest social initiative, Trinity Do- minion donated 1,000 KN95 masks to the Ocean County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Management in Toms River. Rimvis Mati , CEO of Trin- ity Dominion, is helping to pro- tect local community members and those serving on the front- lines by providing them with personal protective equip-
Mati was able to start the GetAMask.store initiative by utilizing his contacts over- seas to import much-needed PPE supplies directly to our community, while also giving back to our local partners and frontline workers. “We knew we had to do our part to help protect our family, friends and the community from CO- VID-19,” Mati added. Those interested can pur- chase face masks, safety masks, KN95 respirators and other personal protective equipment (PPE) for yourself or purchase to donate these supplies to those on the front- lines by visiting GetAMask. store. FEM South Beach Urban Renewal wins seven FAME awards at SBACNJ ceremony LONG BRANCH, NJ — FEM South Beach Urban Renewal won seven awards at the annual Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey (SBACNJ) Fabulous Achievement in Marketing Excellence (FAME) Awards. Among the honors, the devel- oper took home the coveted Community of the Year Award in the Mid-Rise/High-Rise De- sign category for South Beach at Long Branch. The awards celebration was held at South- gate Manor in Freehold on Feb. 26th. The FAME Awards hon- or companies and individual builders, remodelers and as- sociate members for excellence in marketing accomplishments in the homebuilding industry. Located in Lakewood, SBACNJ is a chartered local chapter of both the New Jersey Builders Association (NJBA) and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and is one of the largest local trade associa- tions in the area. “It’s an honor to be recognized by Shore Builders Association for our work on South Beach at Long Branch,” said Mimi Feli- ciano, founder and CEO of FEM Real Estate. “We are committed to building a high-quality resi- dential complex that delivers a prime living experience at the Jersey Shore.”
Trinity Dominion LLC donates 1,000 KN95 masks to the Ocean Coun- ty Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Management. Pictured from left: Of - ficer Kevin J. Cooney and Rimvis Mati, CEO of Trinity Dominion.
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