BRIDGEWATER, NJ – The Bridgewater Township Police Benevolent Association is undertaking what it can to aid neighborhood businesses in the course of the pandemic, beginning with a pizzeria in Martinsville that quite a few have noted has been battling.
Bridgewater Officer Patrick Knapp, PBA president, said Joe’s Pizza, on Washington Valley Road, has been battling throughout the pandemic. He just lately went to the pizzeria and spoke to the operator about the condition there as they have dealt with all the limits that have come down from the condition, including restricting the variety of folks who can dine in the restaurant.
“We want to help the community,” Knapp claimed.
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The PBA has set up a raffle, in which every single order of a pizza pie from Joe’s Pizza from Jan. 31 by way of Feb. 4 enters the consumer into a drawing to earn a $50 gift certificate to the restaurant. One pie equals a single ticket.
The winner will be picked randomly on Feb. 5.
“We get a whole lot of assist from the neighborhood, and we want to try to assist all people we can,” Knapp stated. “The concept is to start off producing recognition of battling corporations so folks who want to support can assistance.”
Knapp mentioned they are hoping to enable other enterprises with related raffles in the coming months.
Anyone who would like to propose a business enterprise struggling all through the pandemic can make contact with the PBA at [email protected].
“We’ll try out to enable whoever we can,” Knapp reported. “We want to get out in the community additional.”