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TheAlternativePress.com Celebrates Official Launch In Sussex County

TheAlternativePress.com with recognition on the Extreme Energy Solutions race car. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Samuel Burlum presents a donation to Sandy Mitchell of the Spirit of the Arts Foundation. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Tom Sweeney of Smart Air Fuel Saver of California speaks to the crowd. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Martha Sweeney of Smart Air Fuel Saver of California is introduced. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Regional Representatives of Extreme Energy Solutions: Mario Aldini, Phil Sherman, Bill Pereca, and Jeffrey Lamb. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
The crowd listens as Samuel Burlum introduces shareholders and employees. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Attendees at the event: Roseann Turkington of Extreme Energy Solutions, Aileen Healy of Turn Back Your Clock, Patricia Singer of Follow Me Social Media, and Nermin Ucar of Ultima Construction Inc. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Al Cole, Samuel K. Burlum, Jennifer Jean Miller. Credits: Joel Aronson
Al Cole of CBS Radio interviews Samuel K Burlum for a video segment. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Samuel K. Burlum, CEO/President of Extreme Energy Solutions; Jennifer Jean Miller Managing Editor/CEO of The Alternative Press of Sussex County, and Michael Shapiro, Founder/CEO/Publisher of TheAlternativePress.com. Credits: Joel Aronson
Michael Shapiro at the podium. Credits: Joel Aronson
Samuel K. Burlum and Jennifer Jean Miller. Credits: Joel Aronson
Members of the audience at the site launch event. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
George Graham of the Stanhope Borough Council and Sussex County League of Municipalities, and Richard Pompelio, Founder of the New Jersey Crime Victims' Law Center, at the event. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Al Cole addresses the crowd. Credits: Joel Aronson
Al Cole, Jennifer Jean Miller, and Michael Shapiro. Credits: Joel Aronson
Jennifer Jean Miller receives a standing ovation at the podium. Credits: Joel Aronson
Jennifer Jean Miller addresses the crowd. Credits: Joel Aronson
The crowd listens to Jennifer Jean Miller during the launch event. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Jennifer Jean Miller introduces reporters Danielle Nifenecker and Alley Shubert. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller
Jennifer Jean Miller introduces reporter and columnist, Jeff Morace. Credits: Jennifer Jean Miller

 

OGDENSBURG, NJ – A group of more than 100-strong celebrated the official launch of the sites for TheAlternativePress.com throughout Sussex County Saturday at Extreme Energy Solutions’ world headquarters.

Al Cole, CBS Radio and Live 365 radio personality emceed the event, which included Samuel K. Burlum, CEO/President of Extreme Energy Solutions, Jennifer Jean Miller who is Managing Editor and CEO of The Alternative Press of Sussex County (a licensee for TheAlternativePress.com sites), and Michael Shapiro, Founder, Publisher, and CEO of TheAlternativePress.com.

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“We at TheAlternativePress.com are thrilled to be expanding to every town in Sussex County today under the leadership of Jennifer Jean Miller,” said Shapiro. “It also marks the beginning of an acceleration of our expansion as we license the site to entrepreneurs and journalists, and empower them to start their own online newspapers all over New Jersey and beyond.”

In addition to shareholders and members of the staff and board of Extreme Energy Solutions in attendance, Miller introduced reporters and marketing consultants in attendance at the event who included: Danielle Nifenecker, Alley Shubert, Jeff Morace, Brian Thomas, George Leroy Hunter, and Jane Primerano (Sarah Schnurr, one of the news organization’s other reporters, was unable to attend the event).

Miller and Burlum also introduced current members of the Advisory Board: Richard Pompelio (founder of the New Jersey Crime Victims’ Law Center), George Graham (Stanhope Council President and Secretary of the Sussex County League of Muncipalities), Patricia A. Singer (Follow Me Social Media), and Thomas A Russo, Jr. (unable to attend the event, Russo is the Town of Newton Town Manager).

Local government officials in attendance included: Graham, Sussex County Freeholder Parker Space, and Sussex Borough Mayor Jonathan Rose.

Prior to the launch of the site, attendees had the opportunity to network with one another over breakfast, and following, continue to network and lunch together.

After lunch, CEO/President of the firm, Samuel K. Burlum introduced members of the Extreme Energy Solutions Board of Directors.

Employees were also recognized for their accomplishments throughout the country, as well as provided reports about operations nationwide.

Company Board of Directors introduced included: Jay Wolff, Phillip Castelberg, William Lamb, and Mark Ringen. Regional Representatives introduced were: Mario Aldini, Phil Sherman, Bill Pereca, and Jeffrey Lamb. Barry Smith, and Thomas Sweeney reported on activities for the company’s operations in their regions. Other employees recognized were: Martha Sweeney (SMART Air Fuel Saver of California), and Roseann Turkington, Executive Assistant and Human Resources.

Burlum presented a donation from the company as well to the non-profit group, Spirit of the Arts Foundation, which helped to coordinate the event. Burlum is on the board of the Spirit of the Arts Foundation.

“This man doesn’t know the word, ‘cant,’” said Sandy Mitchell, Founder and Director of the Spirit of the Arts Foundation of Burlum.

Some programs the Spirit of the Arts Foundation oversees include an anti-bullying program, and markets throughout the area, including one at the Sussex Airport.

Extreme Energy Solutions oversees companies including SMART Air Fuel Saver, Fleet Worx Leasing LLC, Extreme Off Road, LLC and Ecosceptor LLC.

"The launch of The Alternative Press of Sussex County LLC is significant for the county,” said Burlum. “Residents of the community, local government, and the businesses in the area now have a platform in which they can get local news content in real time, thus providing for transparency in local government activities with local citizens.  Businesses now have a tool of communication that can be used to notify the public of special events and announcements with their audience. “The Alternative Press.com is a win-win.” 

"This weekend gave Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. the opportunity to demonstrate value creation for its shareholders, clients, and concerned community interest,” Burlum continued. “Our shareholders were very pleased with the progress of our company; including the benchmarks achieved, and the accomplishments that have aided in the company's success.  Our initiatives and announcements of job creation, that all of our products will be made in the USA; the majority of them made here in New Jersey, makes Extreme Energy Solutions Inc. a very valuable asset to the community it calls home."

Click here to follow news for the following sites for Sussex County:> For Hardyston click here (serving Franklin Borough, Hamburg Borough, Hardyston Township, Ogdensburg Borough, and Lafayette Township).

For Hopatcong click here (serving the communities of Andover Borough, Byram Township, Hopatcong Borough, and Stanhope Borough).

For Newton click here (serving Andover Township, Fredon Township, Green Township, Town of Newton, and Stillwater Township).

For Sparta, which will be solely focused on the Sparta Community, click here.

For Sussex, click here (serving the communities of Branchville Borough, Frankford Township, Montague Township, Sandyston Township, Sussex Borough, Walpack Township, and Wantage Township).

For Vernon, which will be solely focused on the Vernon Community, click here.

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To advertise on the Sussex County sites, contact: jmiller@thealternativepress.com, or (862) 354-1675.

Editor's Notes:

Energy Solutions is a corporate partner with TheAlternativePress.com, Sussex County sites.

Jennifer Jean Miller is the Managing Editor/CEO of The Alternative Press of Sussex County, LLC.

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