December 2017

  • Chris Clausen was recently welcomed to the School-Business Partnerships of Long Island Board; this was mentioned in Long Island Business News.
  • Forbes Magazine quoted Dr. Greg Nelson, DVM, of Central Veterinary Associates in an article on the dangers of chocolate over the holidays.
  • Newsday featured Ben's Kosher Delicatessen Restaurant & Caterers (Ben's Deli) in a story on restaurants that stayed open on Christmas Day.
  • Everafter opened a third store location, and its first The Westside shop, in Greenvale's Wheatley Plaza; this was reported by Newsday and The Island Now.
  • Long Island Business NewsOn Our Island reported on Gershow Recycling's donation and sponsorship of Play For Peace. Gershow also donated a wrecked car to the town of Islip, New York, in support of its anti-drunk and distracted driving campaign; this was reported by Recycling Today.
  • Charles Rutenberg Realty of Long Island (CRRLI) owners Pamela and Joseph Moshé were honored with the first-ever CHI Heroes award; this was mentioned in Long Island Business NewsNonprofit highlights of the week.  Joe Moshé was interviewed by NewsdayLong Island Business News and Newsday also ran items on Charles Rutenberg Realty.