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February 8, 2012 Restaurants

CEOs SERVE FOOD FOR CHARITY

From: Sertinos Cafe

Long Island’s CEOs will serve lunch at Sertinos Café for Angela’s House

(Smithtown, NY) Feb. 6, 2012. Big bosses like to talk about rolling up their sleeves and getting down to work. But the biggest bosses of Long Island will actually do so in suits and aprons.

Sertinos Cafe announced today the restaurant will host “CEO Serves” on March 11th for Angela’s House. Cost is $20 for adults and $10 for children. 100% of proceeds will go to the organization and is part of on-going efforts to increase awareness for the 20th year of the organization.

The event will feature AJ Caro, Serial Entrepreneur, Jeff Nagel, CEO of NBTY, Clay Darrohn, CEO of Fishbat, Inc., Jimmy Carchietta LEED AP, CEO of The Cotocon Group, John Monderine, CEO of Rapid Recovery Solution, Inc., Ronald Denenberg, Founder and V.P of Renaissance Studio, Glenn Romanelli -CEO of Lighthaus Design, Inc., Mark Gatien, CEO of Community Care Home Health Services, Pete Curcio, President of Strategic Healthcare Staffing, and Arthur Sanders, President Long Island Chapter Institute of Management Accountants.

Owner of Sertinos Cafe Craig Lowenthal stated "At Sertinos Cafe we pride ourselves on being part of the community as not only being a destination where you can come and hang for hours with our free WiFi, or having your club/team/business meetings here, but giving back to the community financially as well.” Currently, Sertinos Café gives back to all customers 10 % via their rewards card. Additionally, Sertinos Cafe donates three percent to non-profits via our Sertinos Supports Card. Lowenthal continued, “When we have an opportunity to help out a great organization like Angela’s House by having Long Island Executives pitching in and serving our customers – that’s a great way to give back and create a fun-filled afternoon as well! Creating additional awareness of the great work that Angela’s House does to help families with medically frail children is something that means a lot to me.”

Angela’s House is a nonprofit organization whose purpose is to assists families caring for children that are medically fragile, chronically ill or living with a life threatening illness. The organization works to keep such children out of hospitals and enhance their quality of life by providing a loving home where all of their needs are met and exceeded. The organization is celebrating its 20th year with a Spring Gala on March 29 at The Watermill in Smithtown.

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