Eagles Legend Ron Jaworski donates $5K to Millville Thunder Football players!
The Greater Millville Chamber of Commerce (GMCC) will be recognizing Serge Brunner-Espoma Co.
2019 Business- Large Commercial award recipient on May 9 as the organization presents the 42nd Economic Partnership and Pride in Millville Awards. to be honored at May 9, 2019 celebration at CCC MILLVILLE, NJ
Serge Brunner, President of The Espoma Company, represents the third generation of family ownership. The company was started in Millville, NJ in 1929 and is now in its 90th anniversary. From humble beginnings, the company has nurtured some of the best-known organic brands in the lawn & garden industry – including Hollytone, the original plant food for acid-loving plants. Through continuous reinvestment, it has built the most modern, automated, solar-powered fertilizer production facility in North America, while also growing its distribution of its products to all 50 states. The Espoma Company continues to be the leader in the organic gardening category with innovative products & packaging and is proud to remain independent and family-owned with the 4th generation now active in the management of the company.
The Espoma Co.
6 Espoma Road
Millville, NJ 08332
Vineland business group spending $30K on meals to hospitals
Joseph P. Smith, Vineland Daily JournalPublished 9:31 a.m. ET April 29, 2020
The CEO Group on Tuesday made its latest food deliveries to Inspira Health Network hospitals in Vineland, Bridgeton, and Elmer.
Left to right: Elizabeth Sheridan, chief operating officer of Inspira Medical Centers Vineland and Elmer;
Nick Sena, interim chief development officer, Inspira Health Foundation;
and Lou Magazzu, executivedirector of the CEO Group.
(Photo: Inspira Health Network)
VINELAND – Pizza was on the menu Tuesday for staff at Inspira Health Network hospitals in Vineland, Bridgeton, and Elmer courtesy of an organization of 50 local businesses.
For two weeks, the CEO Group has been sending meals to the three facilities to boost morale as medical professionals deal with the coronavirus epidemic.
Executive Director Louis Magazzu said members were unable to meet in April as usual, so they decided to create a $30,000 fund to pay for the meal deliveries for a month.
“CEO Group members wanted to demonstrate their appreciation to these medical heroes who are serving on the front line in this pandemic,” Magazzu said.
Magazzu said the money came from the organization’s operating account as well as dedicated pledges. Fifty of the largest businesses in Cumberland County are members of the CEO Group.
CEO Group members took part Tuesday in delivering food from Manny and Vic’s Pizzeria-Restaurant.
Area restaurants have cut their prices to allow more meals to be delivered to doctors, nurses, and other staff members. Besides Manny and Vic’s, participants include Bagel University, Carmelo’s, Elmer Diner, Eric’s Deli, Joe’s Chicken, Larry’s II, Luigi’s, and Merighi’s Savoy.
Magazzu said he hopes that other local groups join the meal program if it needs to continue beyond one month.