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By Marian on 12/13/2017 4:56 PM
The New Jersey State Golf Association (NJSGA) has announced a multi-year corporate partnership with Provident Bank.

Provident Bank, which has a more than 175-year history of commitment to New Jersey customers, communities, and employees, will become the Official Bank of the NJSGA and the presenting sponsor of the NJSGA Amateur Championship.  In addition, Provident will collaborate with the NJSGA to develop marketing programs, corporate networking events, and charitable initiatives.

“We are delighted to partner with the NJSGA.  Like Provident, they have a long-standing tradition of excellence and service to New Jersey,” said Chris Martin, President and CEO, Provident Bank.  “Our shared core values make the NJSGA the ideal partner.  We look forward to working with the NJSGA to enhance their offerings and deliver added benefits to their members,” he added.

Through its partnership, Provident Bank will support NJSGA charitable arms,becoming official sponsor of the annual NJSGA Youth Foundation...
By Marian on 12/4/2017 5:54 PM
The 2018 ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer will be held June 4–10. Defending champion I.K. Kim, who added wins this past season at the Marathon Classic and the British Women’s Open, will be one of 144 players competing for $1.75 million, which is the largest purse in tournament history. Tickets are on sale now at www.shopritelpgaclassic.com, or by calling the tournament office at (609) 798-0222. Since 1986, the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer has attracted millions of fans to South Jersey’s largest annual sporting event. Earlier this year, ShopRite announced a five-year extension of its title sponsorship. "We are proud to be part of the fabric of the South Jersey community,” said Tim Erensen, Executive Director of the ShopRite LPGA Classic Presented by Acer. “We are also honored to work with ShopRite and our 400 plus corporate partners each year to help deliver our area’s largest sporting event." ShopRite has served as title sponsor of the tournament since 1992, and has raised $32 million for...
By Marian on 12/4/2017 5:44 PM
Linwood Country Club, who has a 97-year history in south Jersey has been sold to the Dougherty family, who are the owners and operators of three well-known Atlantic City restaurants. 

The private club, originally opened in 1920, has been owned directly by its members since the 1940’s.  Brothers Frank and Joe Dougherty fourth-generation owners of the landmark Dock’s Oyster House, which their great grandfather opened in 1897, are no strangers to century-old buildings or businesses.  The family also owns and operates the iconic Knife & Fork Inn, originally opened in 1912, as well as Harry’s Oyster Bar, which is located at Bally’s in what was once the Dennis Hotel.  

David Gardner, Board President, says the Board chose the Doughertys because of their highly successful experience in the restaurant industry, respect for the history and traditions of the club, and clear vision for the club’s future.   This will be the family’s first off-shore venture.  “The goal of the Board of Directors has always...
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