Jersey Shore Business Journal

Randazzo fund donates to cancer center

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, October 01, 2013 09:07 pm

  Paul Giunta, President and Michele Frisko, Secretary, of The Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation recently visited the Brodesser Cancer Center at Cape Regional Medical Center to present a donation of $2,500 to the Cancer Center capital campaign to Dr. David Cho, assistant medical director and Joanne Carrocino, president and CEO of Cape Regional Medical Center.  
Paul Giunta, President and Michele Frisko, Secretary, of The Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation recently visited the Brodesser Cancer Center at Cape Regional Medical Center to present a donation of $2,500 to the Cancer Center capital campaign to Dr. David Cho, assistant medical director and Joanne Carrocino, president and CEO of Cape Regional Medical Center.  

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – Paul Giunta and Michele Frisko, the president and secretary of The Dean Randazzo Cancer Foundation, respectively, recently visited the Brodesser Cancer Center at Cape Regional Medical Center to present a donation of $2,500 to the Cancer Center capital campaign.

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Cape names new vice president

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Written by Staff Reports Tuesday, October 01, 2013 06:05 pm

 
Cape Bank announced that Craig DeGenova has been appointed to the position of vice president, commercial lending, and will join the Cape Bank commercial lending team.
 Cape Bank announced that Craig DeGenova has been appointed to the position of vice president, commercial lending, and will join the Cape Bank commercial lending team.

Craig DeGenova has been appointed vice president, commercial lending at Cape Bank, the company announced recently. 

In his new role, DeGenova will join the bank’s commercial lending team that services new and existing commercial clients in Atlantic and Cape May counties, and beyond.

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Pre-Med at the Shore program graduates 12

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, September 04, 2013 03:00 am

 Pre-Med at the Shore program graduates 12 Pre-Med at the Shore program graduates 12

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The 2013 Pre-Med at the Shore Program at Cape Regional Medical Center took place in July.

This year’s 12 students represented Stockton College, Elizabethtown College, Kutztown University, Penn State, Princeton University, University of the Sciences, Loyola-Maryland, College of William and Mary and Lehigh University.  

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Business boon seen in new craft distillery rules

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Written by Christie Rotondo Friday, August 09, 2013 11:00 pm

Some of the same ingredients the Cape May Brewing Company uses in its beers could be used in whiskey, if the company begins to distill it. Some of the same ingredients the Cape May Brewing Company uses in its beers could be used in whiskey, if the company begins to distill it. TRENTON—Cape May County, which has begun to make a name for itself in the craft beer and wine markets, may now have the opportunity to break into the hard stuff--thanks to legislation signed into law earlier this week.

On Wednesday, Gov. Chris Christie signed legislation that created a craft distillery license, which would allow distillers who make up to 20,000 gallons of hard liquor a year to purchase the license for $938, Before, supporters of the bill said, micro-distilleries were priced out of a state plenary liquor license, which ran at about $12,500 and had no limits on production.

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UK-based internet gaming company has eyes on Atlantic City

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Written by Staff Reports Friday, July 26, 2013 01:05 pm

An internet gaming company based in the United Kingdom has announced plans to build or acquire a hotel/casino in Atlantic City, to allow it to enter the internet gaming business in the United States.

2UP Gaming PLC, which operates the online gaming website www.2UP.com, says it has received a letter of intent from an Asian investment group valued at $330 million, subject to the completion of an agreement, which is scheduled to be finalized by Sept. 9.

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Ocean City MSA among country’s job leaders post-Sandy

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Written by Cindy Nevitt Wednesday, April 03, 2013 05:30 am

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Job growth post-Sandy in the Ocean City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is being fueled in part by construction work, as storm-damaged structures are being repaired or new buildings are being erected.
Cindy Nevitt/ Job growth post-Sandy in the Ocean City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is being fueled in part by construction work, as storm-damaged structures are being repaired or new buildings are being erected.

OCEAN CITY – With the exception of November, the Ocean City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) continues to be among the country’s leaders post-Sandy in job growth.

In its last report, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) placed the OCNJ MSA, which encompasses all of Cape May County, in a tie for eighth with Columbus, Ind., with 5.1 percent growth for January 2013 over January 2012. That equates to 1,600 more jobs this January than last January in the county.

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Gentilini Chevrolet supports Little League

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Written by Staff Reports Wednesday, April 03, 2013 03:33 am

Gentilini Chevrolet is supporting Cape May County Little League through the Chevy Youth Baseball Program.

This sponsorship will include donation of equipment and money during this year’s spring youth baseball season.

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Social media called key to get business to return

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Written by Lauren Suit Thursday, December 06, 2012 12:00 am

CAPE MAY — Local business owners were told that if they want customers back in their stores and visitors checking into their hotels, the answer is social media.

At a Restore the Shore convention held at Cape May Convention Hall Dec. 3, small business advocates and tourism professionals spoke about the importance of reaching out to customers and letting them know they are open.

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