A BIG THANK YOU to Our 2013 Sponsors from the Red Bank Regional Education Foundation

The Red Bank Regional Education Foundation extends a big thank you to our 2013 sponsors! Your support makes our efforts possible.

The Red Bank Regional Education Foundation recently wrapped up its second annual sponsorship drive, raising over $20,000, and wishes to thank all of our 2013 sponsors.  We especially want to recognize our premium sponsors for their generous support.

Gold Level ($2,500): Gloria Nilson Realtors

Silver Level ($1,000): Sickles Market, Little Silver Bottle Shop, and Boynton & Boynton Insurance

Bronze Level ($500): Buona Sera Restaurant, The Burton Family, Cowan, Gunteski & Co., P.A.,  JC Writing Studios, JGS Insurance, L & L Paving Co., Perfect Climate Heating and Air Conditioning LLC, Taste & Melting Pot Restaurants, Two River Community Bank, and WithumSmith+Brown 

Sunday Showcase Art Display ($500): Boynton & Boynton Insurance

This valuable support enables the RBR Education Foundation to fund a wide range of educational enrichment for all students.  Please join us in thanking our local business partners.  Strong support helps build strong schools and strengthens our community.

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Nora Monaghan February 20, 2013 at 11:51 PM
We are so appreciative of the support from our community..many thanks to Gloria Nilson, Sickles, The new Little Silver Bottle Shop , Boynton & Boynton and all of our generous Bronze sponsors! -Nora Monaghan
Cynthia Neff February 25, 2013 at 02:10 PM
Thank you to everyone who helped make this event such a huge success! We appreciate the support of our sponsors and journal advertisers. Thank you to Tim McLoone and the Shirleys, the RBR Education Foundation, the RBR Administration and faculty, and of course the students for all of your hard work and dedication!


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