Posts Categorized: Press Releases

State’s Newest Technical High School Project Hits Halfway Mark

Millville, NJ – Reaching the halfway point, construction on New Jersey’s newest career and technical education high school remains on schedule with the opening of the new Cumberland County Technical Education Center scheduled for fall of next year.  This $70 million project, supported by the state’s Department of Education and the Cumberland County Improvement Authority,… Read more »

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Hank Sauce Chooses Millville for Expansion Site

Hank Sauce, a maker of hot sauces and dry rubs, announced plans to expand its Sea Isle City, NJ based operations in Millville, NJ.  The company recently purchased property at the Mike Lascarides Industrial Park to construct a manufacturing facility.  It will also be applying for UEZ certification and moving forward with hiring a team… Read more »

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County Workforce & Economic Development Center Moving to College Campus

Vineland, New Jersey. September 14, 2015 – Finishing touches are being put on the new addition to the Cumberland County College campus where the Cumberland County Department of Workforce Development and the Economic Development Department plans to open its doors in the next couple of weeks. According to Allison Spinelli, Executive Director, the County’s Department… Read more »

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CumberlandYES.com is Launched

MILLVILLE, NEW JERSEY– The website devoted to the Cumberland County Improvement Authority’s (CCIA) latest economic development campaign to facilitate business expansion and growth in the area has been launched. CumberlandYES.com is now available globally to business and industry decision makers interested in learning more about what Cumberland County has to offer. Jerry Velazquez, CCIA Executive… Read more »

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New County Brochure Advances Global Campaign

June 17, 2015. Millville, New Jersey.  Cumberland County Improvement Authority (CCIA) officials want decision makers who are considering relocating or expanding their business in our county to say “YES.”  That’s why the CCIA’s campaign, which targets CEOs, site locators, commercial realtors and development executives worldwide is titled the CumberlandYES campaign. “The first of several marketing… Read more »

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