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Charity Events Group Opens New Office to Better Serve the Community

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Event Design, Planning & Management firm for Charities & Non-Profits

PISCATAWAY, NJ – Charity Events Group (CEG) announced the opening of their new state-of-the-art office suite located in Piscataway, New Jersey. The new office is approximately 30 minutes from Newark, New Jersey and 40 minutes by train to New York City.

The new Charity Events Group office is located in a class-A office complex that is close to a nationally important hub of research and advanced education, as well as being just a short commute from New York City. Situated on the second floor of one of four interconnected buildings, the office benefits from a beautifully landscaped corporate setting in central New Jersey.

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Conveniently adjacent to exit 8 of Interstate 287, the development boasts bright and contemporary entrances, lobby and common areas, plus an on-site cafeteria. Expanding Piscataway is home to medical and technology firms and this is largely because of nearby Rutgers University, which is renowned throughout the US for education and research in many fields. The region's many commuter communities require a strong service economy that serves residents who commute to work in New York City or Philadelphia. The Charity Events Group office is 30 minutes to Newark Liberty International Airport and 40 minutes to New York City.

“We were fortunate to find such a nice space so close to most of our clients. We really wanted to limit the impact that relocation could have on our clients and our employees. I don’t think we could have found a better location for our team. Our new location and enhanced operational efficiencies will help us continue to grow and evolve to keep pace with our client’s needs. It allows us to provide exceptional value and superior service along the way,” said Derek R. Basista, Charity Events Group’s Founder and CEO. 

Charity Events Group made its mark on our community back in April of this year when they organized, under the direction of their founder and CEO Mr. Basista, a “Thank You” dinner for all first responders who assisted Hillsborough, New Jersey with the February, 2016 Hillsborough Military Depot fire located on Route 206.

Since their inception, Charity Events Group has planned or managed some form of event for organizations like the Ronald McDonald House of Central & Northern New Jersey, Saint Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, The Trevor Project, First Responder for State of New Jersey, and many more.

Charity Events Group has a great partnership with ClickBid Paperless Auctions in order to help organizations raise more funds for the things that matter most. ClickBid is a Grand Rapids, MI company that strives in bringing an easy to use auction system to the hands of those who need it most.

If you or someone you know needs event planning, design or management services, please contact Charity Events Group at (732) 384-3444 or on their website at www.charityeventsgroup.com

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