A custom-designed Stand Up Paddle Board from East Coast Surfboard Factory, an Electra 1 Beach Cruiser Bike from Brielle Cyclery, and a custom skateboard from BoardPusher were picked up by their new owners after the bank’s random drawing. Danielle Warren of Spring Lake won the Beach Cruiser Bike, while Megan Pfeifer of Point Pleasant claimed the skateboard. Beth Niebling of Point Pleasant won the Stand Up Paddle Board, which was handcrafted locally.
The selections were made on March 21, which marked Manasquan Bank’s 142nd anniversary. The local bank has a longstanding tradition of supporting the communities it serves and engaging with residents through events like Community Day. The prizes will certainly be enjoyed in the warm spring and summer weather here in coastal New Jersey.“Community Day is a fun-filled event that allows us to connect on a personal level with our customers and the community as a whole,” said Manasquan Bank Chairman, President and CEO, James S. Vaccaro. “We hope the winners enjoy their prizes for many years to come.”
Manasquan Bank thanks all who came out to join the festivities on Community Day, and hopes to see an equally emphatic turnout at its upcoming Spring Shred Day & Food Drive events on April 23 at their Ramtown branch and on June 4 at the Spring Lake Heights branch.