Bin There Dump That Central NJ – America’s Residential-Friendly Dumpster Rental Service – cut the green ribbon with the very large scissors Thursday, August 2 celebrating its 100th franchise in the USA, right in Metuchen.
Non-members and members of the MCRCC brought non-perishable items to support the Middlesex County Food Organization and Outreach Distribution Services (MCFOODS).
All donations qualified for an entry into a raffle and business cards were used to enter a drawing for a free dumpster rental.
The “Good Donut Shop” prepared free miniature made-to-order donuts (that were delicious) and of course some apple cider to help wash them down.
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Michael Kernaghan (CEO/President of That Franchise Group & President of Bin There Dump That), Greg Yon (Vice President of Support & Training), Jennifer Apostol (Middlesex County Food MCFOODS), Kathy Shaw (Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce), Jonathan Busch (Mayor of Metuchen), and Karen & Danny Aller (Owners of Bin There Dump That), used those ceremonial scissors to cut the green and black ribbon in celebrating the 100th franchise in the U.S. right here in Middlesex County.