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Atlantic Hub Business Briefs, Oct. 21

Warshauer Electric Supply, Tinton Falls, a New Jersey based electrical wholesaler, announced the promotion of Ron Vilardi, who will assume the role of a branch director based out of the company’s Parsippany location. Vilardi will assume responsibility for executing a majority of the daily branch management responsibilities. Vilardi and Fred Messina, branch manager, will be working with Jim Dunn, executive vice president, to help ensure a smooth management transition in a location that is vital to the company’s overall success and growth.

 

Steven Crane, the former owner of New York City’s Pó restaurant, has opened a café, Pyour Pour, in Little Silver. At Pyour Pour, Crane has created unique healthy spins on savory dishes, an entire menu filled with not only delicious bites, artesian paninis and salads, but also his simple, yet innovative concoctions of juices, smoothies, acai bowls and more. The café sits inside Pyour Core, Pilates and Fitness Studio at 38 Church St., Little Silver, and offers indoor and outdoor dining. Current hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

 

Family Resource Associates (FRA), a nonprofit organization which serves people of all ages who have developmental or acquired disabilities, has received guidance from the state and is planning to start reopening its facilities in October.

FRA is expected to offer two classes per day, alternating between its locations in Red Bank and Brick Township. Moving forward, classes will be offered both remote and in person, according to a press release.

“We are excited to finally teach the people we serve in person, again,” said Alexis Spektor, the Adult Program Director at FRA. “This experience of going virtual taught us we were
capable of changing the way we deliver services. However, while some thrive in the
virtual classroom, others need the face-to-face interactions that are only found in a
classroom setting.”

For more information, visit www.frainc.org or call 732-747-5310.

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