NJ food banks get $10M
A bill signed into law this week directs $10 million in CARES Act funding to the New Jersey Department of Agriculture, which will then be distributed to seven organizations throughout the state.
NJ-based PR agency tapped to run marketing for Cognizant Founders Cup
Mastro Communications was selected by the LPGA Tour as the marketing and public relations agency for the event, which will tee off Oct. 4 in West Caldwell.
PJW Restaurant Group appoints chief operating officer
Jessica Breslow will assume leadership for day-to-day operations for the family-owned multi-unit, multi-concept group with 27 restaurants throughout the New Jersey and Pennsylvania areas.
Caesars Entertainment to invest $400M into its Atlantic City resorts by 2023
Plans include remodeled room towers, new restaurants and amenities, and a focus on revitalizing the company’s flagship casino-hotel, Caesars Atlantic City, on the world-famous Atlantic City Boardwalk.
Ocean Casino Resort announces $15M reinvestment
Several additions will come to the casino floor, including an all-new high-limit table games venue, a unique Asian gaming space, as well as two new guest lounges for Ocean Rewards cardmembers.
Restaurant Revitalization Fund application requirements announced
Eligible businesses - restaurants, food stands, food trucks, food carts, caterers and bars, among others - can receive capital equal to their pandemic-related revenue loss with up to $10 million per enterprise and no more than $5 million allotted per physical location.
PrimoHoagies inks 15 franchise deals down East Coast
The Westville-based sub sandwich franchise will open stores in Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Washington, D.C.
Freshly inks new lease in Gloucester County
The 234,000-square-foot facility will be its largest distribution center, and is equipped to assemble and ship 1.6 million meals per week at peak capacity.
NJ online casino revenue hits all-time high in March
Combined, $113.7 million was won for the month, a 75.4% increase from last year.
Another summer like no other
Business and municipal leaders along the shore expect a strong season this year, even as pandemic uncertainty persists.
NJPAC reopening this summer, will require COVID vaccine or test
The Newark-based arts center hopes the move will help start its rebound. The venue plans to enforce mask requirements, as well as offer touchless services for check-in and ramped up sanitization efforts.
Larken welcomes ice cream parlor in Hillsborough
The family-owned and operated creamery is now open at Kingsbridge Center, which provides a central location, accessibility and proximity to local schools and sports fields making it an ideal place to serve the surrounding community.