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IOREBA's 45th Annual Golf and Tennis Outing Raises Awareness for NJ's Move for Hunger Program




—IOREBA Announces 2014-2015 New Slate of Officers—

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (JULY 24, 2014)—The 45th Annual Jeffrey Siegel Memorial Golf and Tennis Outing, hosted by the Industrial and Office Real Estate Brokers Association of the New York Metropolitan Area (IOREBA), welcomed over 120 guests to an extraordinary day of golf, tennis and networking.  The event, which raised food and monetary donations for The Community Food Bank of New Jersey’s “Move For Hunger” program, was held at the Essex County Country Club in West Orange, NJ.  Over 100 golfers attend the event and

“What an outstanding day at one of the best golf courses in New Jersey,” said Marc Graham, 2013-2014 president of IOREBA and senior director of Cushman & Wakefield of NJ.  “We are pleased to once again support the Community Food Bank of New Jersey—a fabulous organization that truly makes a difference in our state.  This event would not be possible without our great sponsors and all of those who help behind the scenes to organize this day,” Graham added.

During the dinner reception, several prizes were awarded to golfers and tennis players, along with a 50/50 drawing and the customary large variety of giveaways ranging from tablets to cameras and televisions. 

Mr. Graham handed the traditional gavel to IOREBA’s new incoming president, Adam Silver, managing director, Newmark Grubb Night Frank, and then introduced the 2014-2015 new slate of officers, which includes vice president Rob DiLeo of NAI DiLeo-Bram & Co.; secretary Jonathan Glick of Sheldon Gross Realty; and treasurer Jon Tesser of Colliers International.

“I truly appreciate the honor of serving as IOREBA’s president this past year.  IOREBA is one of the best commercial real estate organizations in New Jersey, and I cannot thank my fellow officers and past presidents enough for their tremendous support throughout the year,” remarked Graham in his closing speech.  “I know Adam is an excellent leader and will do a tremendous job serving as your new president.”

IOREBA’s annual outing is one of the most popular in New Jersey’s commercial real estate industry.  Members and guests give back to the community by raising food and monetary donations for The Community Food Bank of New Jersey’s “Move For Hunger” program—a program dedicated to helping fight the nation’s growing hunger problem.

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With roots dating back to 1927, IOREBA is one of the nation's largest regional commercial real estate organizations, growing to more than 300 members from New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. The organization is continually expanding its offerings, designing more useful programs, and teaming with co-hosts for several events throughout the year to enhance its networking environment.  For more information about IOREBA, visit or contact Ann Violette at

About The Community Food Bank of New Jersey

The Community Food Bank of New Jerseyfights hunger and poverty by distributing food and groceries, providing education and training, and developing new programs to help people with low incomes meet their basic needs.  As a non-profit organization, the Community Food Bank acts as the central food distribution center for other non-profits in NJ that serve individuals, soup kitchens, food pantries and shelters.  In addition to Food Distribution, The Community Food Bank operates additional programs such as The Community Kitchen, the Kids Division, an on-site Thrift Shop, and much more. For more information, visit

About “Move For Hunger”

“Move For Hunger” isa non-profit organization that provides an out-of-the-box solution to our nation’s growing hunger problem.  While many think of hunger as a problem only facing third-world countries, the statistics in our country are devastating. With so many in need, there has never been a more important time to take action.  “Move For Hunger” is working hard to support the efforts of our nation’s food banks. By teaming up with the relocation companies, Move For Hunger is creating one of the nation’s largest year-round service programs.  Since 2009, Move For Hunger has grown to work with thousands of real estate professional across North America.  Together we have delivered over 2,914,789 lbs. of food to food banks - enough to provide over 2,428,991 meals to those in need.  For more information, visit

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07/24/2014 - 15:03



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