MAPLE SHADE, NJ (February 12, 2021) – Escape from the daily grind and enjoy an evening of LIVE Casino games – all for a good cause – on Thursday, February 25 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Habitat for Humanity of Burlington and Mercer Counties’ (BMC) Virtual Casino Night.
Seasoned and rookie players alike will have a blast playing Blackjack, 3-card Poker or Races with LIVE dealers in gaming rooms – all in the comfort of their own homes. Plus, event participants will have the opportunity to network with others and win prizes, including best derby outfit.
Ticket prices start at just $50 per person and sponsorship packages featuring reserved tables, along with tickets and other perks are available. Event sponsors include: ACE sponsor – Allan Briteway Electrical Utility Contractors; KING Sponsor – OSK Design Partners; QUEEN Sponsor – Archer, Jeff Kolakowski & NJ Builders Association, OceanFirst Bank, Phoenix Modular, Impact Human Capital, and Vanguard Building Solutions; and JACK Sponsor – Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey, Baratz & Associates., Primepoint, Fulton Bank, Instinct Graphics, and Service Express.
Event proceeds support Habitat BMC’s mission of providing housing and housing repairs to hardworking families in South Jersey.
To register or for more information, visit the Casino Night event page on Habitat BMC’s website: https://www.habitatscnj.org/events/virtual-casino-night-2021/.
About Habitat for Humanity of Burlington and Mercer Counties
Habitat for Humanity of Burlington and Mercer Counties (Habitat BMC) is an independent affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, which operates through independent, local affiliates to ensure that all functions of the organization have maximum relevance and impact on individual communities. In the fall of 2020, the Burlington and Mercer Counties affiliate merged with the Atlantic County affiliate to make a greater impact on affordable housing options in New Jersey. Habitat BMC serves families in need in Atlantic, Burlington, Mercer and portions of Middlesex counties, and manages ReStore locations in Egg Harbor Township, Hamilton and Maple Shade. Since its inception, the affiliates have collectively built nearly 300 and repaired over 150 homes for low- and moderate-income families, serving 77 municipalities and over 1.1 million residents. To learn more about Habitat BMC, visit http://www.habitatscnj.org.