Earlier this month Hermann Services announced our official corporate office move to Monmouth Junction, NJ, and on October 20, we invited our associates, friends and family, customers and vendors, and members from the community to celebrate.
This grand re-opening event, which took place on the office's front lawn, was certainly a celebration to remember. With over 350 guests in attendance, we opened with a ceremony featuring the South Brunswick Bagpipes and Drums as well as the Honor Guard, and then speeches were given by South Brunswick Councilman and Deputy Mayor Joe Camarota, South Brunswick Police Chief Raymond Hayducka, South Brunswick Mayor Charlie Carley, and our own CEO Jeff Hermann before concluding with an official ribbon cutting.
Also in attendance that evening were a large number of the South Brunswick Police Department, Monmouth Junction Volunteer Fire Department, Kendall Park Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, and Kingston Volunteer Fire Department. Hermann is exceptionally grateful for the community's support – both with the Old Timer parade which took place on September 28 and this grand re-opening.
The celebration then kicked off with food trucks from Nomads Pizza, Cousins Maine Lobster, Joe Smoke Bar-B-Que, House of Cupcakes, and The Mobile Barista. MBS Knows Picnics coordinated a tent with seating, a DJ, a selection of lawn games, two bar/drink stations, and hot items on Hermann's patio grill. Indoors, a photo booth was set up near the Old Timer which printed photos for guests to take home that evening.
Not only was this event an incredible way to celebrate the move to the new corporate office, but it was a chance to reflect on Hermann Service's ninety-five years in business and the hard work from everyone who supports the organization.