Drug-Free and Alcohol-Free Post Graduation Party Planned
For parents, Project Graduation takes the worry out of the post-graduation party. Rob Sickel, owner of Pine Belt Cars, 1088 Route 88, Lakewood, is sponsoring this year’s Project Graduation, a substance free celebration on June 22 for about 92 graduates from Point Pleasant Beach High School, New Jersey, who will spend the night after their graduation, enjoying arcade games, laser tag, rides, unlimited food, and other fun events overnight at the indoor amusement park iPlay America, Freehold, N.J.
Project Graduation is designed to honor the success of the graduates. According to Allison Feehan, chairwoman of Project Graduation, “We are honored and grateful for the generous contribution of Pine Belt Cars and Rob Sickel, a Point Pleasant Beach High School alumnus. His contribution to celebrate the Point Pleasant Beach High school Class of 2022 is essential to the success of Project Graduation and providing the graduates of Point Pleasant Beach High School the sendoff that they deserve.”
Rob Sickel said, “Nothing is more important than keeping our graduates safe the night of their graduation. It is our pleasure to support Project Graduation, a safe night for fun and celebration. Here’s to the future successes of our graduates!”
For more information or to sponsor next year’s Project Graduation, contact Allison Feeham at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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