Twenty-two members of the Bucks Business Network will gather in the center court of the Staten Island Mall to give Staten Island consumers and their families an opportunity to learn more about the services and products offered by members of the organization.
"Since 1990, the Bucks Business Network has been Staten Island's premier business organization," said David Rampulla, president of the Bucks Business Network and FerryAds. "With members offering a wide range of products and services, there is certain to be a Buck with what you want or what you need. We hope that our Staten Island neighbors will take advantage of this event."
Chaired by Bucks members' Gerald Amerosi, owner of Gerald Peters Gold Mine and Pandora in the mall, and Steve Coppola, owner of APB Security Systems, the event is expected to draw a large crowd due to the variety of businesses represented and the convenience of them being all located in one place. Bucks Business Network members will also be on hand to provide information about the organization to prospective members.
Participating in the marketplace event are Bucks members: APB Security Systems, Galante Home Improvement Inc., Sottile Security, Ramps/Lifts For Better Living, Inc., Spare Pair Vision Center, Everything Entertainment, Valpak of Staten Island & Greater Brooklyn, Zaloom's Auto Repair, Fine Art Fotos & Video, Villa Marin Buick GMC Isuzu, Richmond Valley Veterinary Practice, Dome Property Management, Scaran, NYS Small Business Development Center, Bernard Herold & Co., Inc., Comfort Inn & Holiday Inn Express Staten Island, Renaissance Catering Hall/Banquets, Gerald Peters Gold Mine Jewelers, Bario's Pizzeria Restaurant Catering, Sansbury Medical and Love Travel. Stop by and say hello.