Unity Bank’s Car Show Raises $8,000 for Family Promise of
Hunterdon and Warren Counties

CLINTON, N.J. (November 4, 2021) – Unity Bank has donated $8,000 to Family Promise of Hunterdon County and Family Promise of Warren County, the proceeds from the 15th Annual Cruisin’ Bob’s Classic Car Show held at the bank’s Clinton headquarters. The bank donates all proceeds from the car show to the non-profits, in addition to donating volunteer time to coordinate the event.

“The car show was held virtually last year due to the pandemic so it was great to see the community come out once again to enjoy the event and support Family Promise,” said Unity Bank President & CEO James A. Hughes. “Family Promise provides vital services to the community and it's an honor to lend a hand to the organization’s important work. The show has been very successful for 15 years thanks to the community, car owners, sponsors and Unity’s dedicated employee volunteers.”

The show featured 160 classic cars competing in a variety of categories. The winners were: Best Custom Paint, Paul Sadowski of Byram, 1934 Ford 3 Window Coupe; Best Custom Interior, Bob Hollingshead of Hillsborough, 1955 Chevy Nomad; Chauffeur's Choice, Kevin and Gail Peach of Port Murray, 1937 Packard Super 8 Convertible; Rattiest Rat Rod, Philip Lincoln of Milford, 1949 International Harvester KB-3 Pickup Truck; Best Car for Lenny and Squiggy, Bruce Snyder of Washington, 1930 Ford A Pickup; Best Truck, Victor Donahue of Chester, 1956 Chevrolet Series 3100; Most Likely to Get a Speeding Ticket, Nick Zripko of Pittstown, 1968 Camaro Z28; Coolest Motorcycle, Peter Koop of Belvidere, 2000 Corsair Scout; Best Getaway Car, Jeff Neary of Hillsborough, 2018 Ford GT; Best Road Trip Car, Bob Hollingshead of Hillsborough, 1955 Chevy Nomad; Worst Car Mileage, Nick Zripko of Pittstown, 1968 Camaro Z28; Best First Date Car, Pam Vette of Bridgewater, 1991 Chevy Corvette; James Bond Car of Choice, Ron and Gloria Peles of Stewartsville, 1963 Studebaker Avanti; Most Likely to be at Woodstock, David Santini of Washington, 1978 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible; Oldest Car, Frank Cushing, Jr. of Washington, 1927 Ford T Rat Rod; Youngest Car, Charles Dahms of Pittstown, 2020 Dodge Challenger Hellcat Red Eye; People’s Choice, Denise Buchanon-Virgo of Whitehouse Station, 2016 Jeep Wrangler; Family Promise Choice, Vince Bassani of Califon, 1961 Chevrolet Corvette; and Unity Bank Choice, Harry Santa of Belvidere, 1961 Pontiac Bonneville.

Family Promise of Hunterdon County and Family Promise of Warren County provide services to both help overcome and prevent homelessness through the Interfaith Hospitality Network (IHN) – a network of congregations and volunteers who provide overnight/weekend shelter, home-cooked meals, and companionship to families who enter the program. Comprehensive case management, licensed counseling services and a donation program are also available.

About Unity Bancorp, Inc.
Unity Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: UNTY), the parent company of Unity Bank, its primary and wholly owned subsidiary, is a financial services organization headquartered in Clinton, New Jersey. Unity Bank provides financial services to businesses and consumers at 19 branches throughout New Jersey and the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Unity Bank provides community-oriented commercial banking services, including deposit accounts, loans, online and mobile services.

November 4 2021