Brick Little League’s Premier Field Now Known as the “Pine Belt Cars Majors Field”
Rob Sickel, owner of Pine Belt Cars, Lakewood, just announced that as a main sponsor, the Brick Little League Majors Field, 238 Cherry Quay Road, Brick, also known as the Brick Little League Complex, will be called Pine Belt Cars Majors Field for the next three years.
Brick Little League, established 2007, offers baseball for more than 600 Brick Township youths, ranging in age from four to 16 and includes Tee Ball, Farm, Minor, Major, Junior, Senior leagues.
Rob Sickel, said, “We are proud to sponsor Brick Little League as its Majors Field sponsor. Strengthening our local communities has been a major part of our mission since 1937 and building a strong foundation through youth sports is a great way to do this.”
According to Mike Desmond, president of Brick Little League, Majors Field is a premier field in the League. “Because of Rob Sickel and Pine Belt’s donation to the League and became one of our title sponsors, there has been an enormous outpouring of congratulations and thankfulness from the Brick Community. The Pine Belt sponsorship is huge for us – a very big marriage!”
Brick Little League is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization. Tax-deductible donations and sponsorships help offset the costs of equipment, player insurance, volunteer umpire training, and operational expenses, among others. The league provides physical facilities, volunteer services, and resources for children’s programs. The goal of Brick Little League is to have participants learn sportsmanship, realize their potential, and embrace the great game of baseball.
Brick Little League won the New Jersey Little League State Championship as the 2022 NJ Little League Intermediate 50/70 State Championship, a follow up to their Little League State Championship in 2020 as 12-year-olds. This same core group of players and coaches led by Manager George Cavanaugh over the past four years have won four NJ District 18 Championships, three NJ Section 3 Championships, and now two NJ State Championships.
When Brick Little League opens their 2022 spring Majors season Tuesday, April 4, Sickel will participate in a special ceremonies and throw out the first pitch. Also during the League’s Opening Day ceremonies as a title sponsor, Pine Belt Cars will have a display table with promotions and a car on display.
About Pine Belt Cars: Pine Belt Cars, 1088 Route 88, Lakewood, NJ 08701, is a family-owned and operated New Jersey car dealer that offers new or pre-owned cars, trucks, and SUVs. Pine Belt Cars specializes in Chevy, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Subaru cars. The dealership employs a professional team of service technicians with the skills and equipment to handle all manner of maintenance and repairs, and has a full stock of authentic parts.
Pine Belt Cars has four dealerships in Lakewood, N.J., and is very committed philanthropically to local communities. Some of Pine Belt’s philanthropic affiliations include sponsoring the Pine Belt Arena, Lakewood Little League, United Way of Ocean County, Lakewood Police Department, Jewish Federation, and the Monmouth-Ocean Development Council.
Pine Belt Cars was founded in 1937 by Leon Sickel. His son, president and CEO David Sickel, is a lifelong Lakewood resident who graduated from Franklin & Marshall College. He joined the family business in 1970 after attending the General Motors Institute in Detroit, Michigan, and serving in the U.S. Naval Reserve. When his father retired in 1975, David assumed his current role.
For more information call 888-3-PineBelt or 732-363-6244 or visit www.pinebeltcars.com