Congratulations to our member Creative Click Media for being featured on NEWS 12 New Jersey! NEWS 12 New Jersey http://newjersey.news12.com/clip/14829410/what-would-life-be-like-without-social-media A trending topic on Twitter this week posed the question of what would life be like without social media. The topic prompted thousands of responses from people wondering what it would be like to not be connected to each other at all times. News 12 New Jersey also asked the question of our viewers. Many said that a life without social media would be much more productive – work would get done and the world could be more peaceful and filled with less drama. But others said that no social media would mean being less connected to loved ones and not as aware of troubles going on in the world. There is no doubt that social media has its good aspects and its bad ones. “Some people use it to stay in touch with friends and family. Some people use it to stay up to date with current events…some people just use it to fill spare time,” says Adam Binder with Creative Click Media. Binder says without social media, his company would not exist. Creative Click Media’s main focus is
Northern Ocean Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit housing ministry that brings people together to build strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter in northern Ocean County. Since its founding in 1999, the Northern Ocean County affiliate completed 18 new affordable homes, 60 Hurricane Sandy critical home repairs and over 156 home repairs for the disabled, veterans and residents in the community. Northern Ocean Habitat also operates the ReStore, a furniture and home goods store at 1214 Route 37 East, Toms River. The Habitat ReStore accepts donations of new and gently used items that are sold to treasure hunters and bargain shoppers alike, raising money to support Habitat’s vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. The ReStore provides an affordable avenue for home improvement projects and to date, has kept over 8,255,790 pounds of perfectly good items from ending up in the landfill. The Habitat ReStore is a good deal for you, your community and the environment and helps fund affordable home construction and repair projects for local residents. Last week, members from the Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce joined Habitat for an A Brush with Kindness repair project at a 21 Plus, Inc. home.
SUP the River Fundraiser proceeds re-donated by the Barnegat Bay Partnership to the Texas National Estuary Programs
Date: August 31, 2017 For: IMMEDIATE RELEASE Re: SUP the River Fundraiser proceeds re-donated by the Barnegat Bay Partnership to the Texas National Estuary Programs Contact: Noelle Carino Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce 732-349-0220 firstname.lastname@example.org The Greater Toms River Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 2nd Annual SUP the River 2017 fundraiser on Saturday, September 16, 2017, at the Toms River Country Club. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Barnegat Bay Partnership* at Ocean County College. However, due to the catastrophic damages suffered by coastal Texas after Hurricane Harvey, with the enthusiastic approval of the donor (BHI Insurance, Toms River), the Barnegat Bay Partnership has opted to forward these funds on to its sister National Estuary Programs, the Coastal Bend Bays & Estuaries Program (Corpus Christi, TX) and Galveston Bay Estuary Program (Houston, TX) to help with the massive recovery efforts in their area. (Estuary Programs throughout the United States also generously contributed funds to the Barnegat Bay Partnership post-Hurricane Sandy.) So grab your paddleboard and come out to support the Greater Toms River Chamber of