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Big Brothers Casino Night Coming to Toms River

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Toms River Police Chief Mitchel Little is proud to announce a continued partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County by participating in the 10th annual casino night and being a major event sponsor.

 

On Friday September 8, 2017 Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ocean County will hold their Annual Casino Night, from 6pm to 11:00 pm at the scenic Eagle Ridge Golf Club located at 2 Augusta Boulevard, Lakewood, NJ. Guests enjoy blackjack, craps, roulette and poker.  This will be a fun-filled night of gaming, music, food, 50/50 raffle and LARGE gift auction!

 

Your $75 entrance ticket includes $100 in playing chips, buffet dinner, beverages, coffee, dessert and cash bar.  There are several sponsorship opportunities still available to promote your business.  Sponsorships range from $150 to $3,000.  Most sponsorships come with complimentary entrance tickets to the event.

 

Long time CEO-Sue Sedivec said, “We are really looking forward to our Annual Casino Night.  It is one of the must attend fundraising events in Ocean County every year.  Although tickets are selling like crazy, there are still a few advanced opportunities as well as being available at the door.  Money raised, from this event will help us to continue to provide life changing mentoring programs to the children in Ocean County.  For those children that participate in the program the impact is significant. Through one-to-one mentoring, BBBSOC builds a foundation for the future of these children and the future of our community.”  The new partnership with the Toms River Police Department is allowing us to expand our program opportunities for local children.

 

If you would like additional information please call 732-505-3400 or http://www.bbbsoc.org/casino2017

 

BBBSOC is a registered 501(c) (3) not for profit formed in 1997 that serves the mentoring needs of Ocean County children facing adversity.

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