TheAlternativePress.com Launches Hyperlocal Sites for East Brunswick and Milltown/Spotswood
Tuesday, August 27, 2013 • 6:36am
This latest licensing agreement is in keeping with TheAlternativePress.com's goal to locate local journalists and other professionals throughout the United States who are qualified and invested in keeping local residents informed of local news, sports, entertainment and events, while also ensuring that local businesses who promote their products and services to a purely local audience, will prosper and grow. These professionals are well-known and respected in their own communities, and want to preserve high-quality, objective local journalism; ensure the prosperity of their own towns, and forge an involved local lifestyle for themselves and their families.
Rob Rakossy, an East Brunswick resident for 25 years, is married with 2 daughters in the East Brunswick school system. He is an active member of the Middlesex County Chamber of Commerce and worked in Financial Services operations for 30 years. Rob volunteers as an Advocacy Coordinator for the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
According to TAP founder and Chief Executive Officer Michael Shapiro, "We are excited that our licensing concept is so well received. We have been answering calls from potential licensees not only in New Jersey but throughout the country. We offer a turn-key business to qualified licensees, all the back-end support and daily operations are taken care of."
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TheAlternativePress.com, founded by New Providence, New Jersey residents Michael and Lauryn Shapiro, is an award-winning hyperlocal accredited by the New Jersey Press Association and currently has more than 1,000,000 absolute unique users.