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Business Briefs, June 3

ERA Real Estate, a global real estate franchisor, announced that ERA Central Realty Group of New Jersey, has earned the brand’s 2019 Circle of Light for Community Leadership Award for their outstanding corporate social responsibility efforts over the past year.

ERA Central Realty Group, with more than 200 agents in five offices covering four counties,
consistently ranks in the top 20 in production of all ERA franchisees worldwide and is the top ERA affiliate in New Jersey with nearly 1,200 transaction sides and $284 million in sales volume in 2019.

The company donated more than 700 volunteer hours and raised nearly $25,000 for a variety of local causes. The company assisted 49 local groups in their philanthropic efforts last year. The company has provided more than $60,000 over the last 15 years in local scholarships.


Monmouth County Clerk Christine Giordano Hanlon was sworn in as president of the Monmouth Bar Association by Monmouth County Assignment Judge Lisa P. Thornton. The installation ceremony of the association’s 2020-21 officers took place on May 21 on the steps of the Monmouth County Courthouse, Freehold.

Founded in 1908, the Monmouth Bar Association is the professional association of more than 1,300 lawyers in Monmouth County whose purpose is to promote the administration of justice and uniformity of law, uphold the honor of the profession of the law, and to advance the welfare and service of the members of the organization.

Hanlon was elected as Monmouth County clerk in November 2015. Prior to her election, she was of counsel to the law firm of Archer & Greiner, PC. Hanlon practiced law for more than 20 years and focused her legal practice, most recently, on government affairs and municipal law.

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