EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ -- At this year’s East Brunswick Day, an annual event which brings together community residents, officials and businesses, TAPintoTV spoke with several attendees and participants. The event, which is in its sixth year, was held at the East Brunswick Community Arts Center and included local vendors, nonprofit organizations, township programs, local government, youth organizations, and entertainment. 

East Brunswick Mayor Brad Cohen discussed how the event showcases the town of East Brunswick. “It’s an opportunity for us to celebrate our businesses, our organizations, and many of the township programs,” said Cohen. “You can have an interchange and learn about the opportunities we have in town.” 

“Everybody wants the same thing, no matter where you live,” said Nancy Pinkin, Assemblywoman, NJ District 18. “They want good schools, they want good jobs, they want their business to survive, they want to live in a safe community and they want everybody to get along,” she said. “That’s what we strive for in New Jersey.” 

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“East Brunswick is exactly the example of a great town that we would love to let everybody know exists here in Middlesex County,” said Kenneth Armwood, Freeholder, Middlesex County. “Great schools, good government, good businesses and open space,” he continued, “This is what Middlesex County is all about.” 

To see a complete playlist of all the interviews we conducted at East Brunswick Day 2019, visit http://bit.ly/EastBrunswickDay2019playlist.