CLINTON, N.J. (November 18, 2022) – Unity Bank recently raised a record $8,500 for Family Promise of Hunterdon County and Family Promise of Warren County through the 16th 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.
“For the last 16 years, the car show has been a great opportunity to support the valuable work of Family Promise,” said Unity Bank President & CEO James A. Hughes. “It's a privilege to support Family Promise’s vital services to the community. The show has been very successful over the years thanks to the community, car owners, sponsors and Unity’s dedicated employee volunteers.”
The show featured 156 classic cars competing in a variety of categories. The winners were: Best Custom Paint, Jeff Scharin of Whippany, 1931 Ford Pickup; Best Custom Interior, Mark Lankford of Annandale, 1930 Packard 745 Phaeton; Chauffeur’s Choice, Mark Lankford of Annandale, 1930 Packard 745 Phaeton; Rattiest Rat Rod, Frank Cushing, Sr. of Washington, 1927 Ford Model T Ratrod; Best Truck, Paul Grefe of Pittstown, 1950 Ford F2 Flatbed; Most Likely to Get a Speeding Ticket In, Nick Zripko of Pittstown, 1968 Chevy Camaro; Best Get Away Car, Nick Zripko of Pittstown, 1968 Chevy Camaro; Best Road Trip Car, Bill Quick of Flemington, 1946 Ford Woodie Wagon; Worst Gas Mileage, Nick Zripko of Pittstown, 1968 Chevy Camaro; Best First Date Car, Vette Pam of Bound Brook, 1991 Chevrolet Corvette; Most Likely to be at Woodstock, Bill Quick of Flemington, 1946 Ford Woodie Wagon; James Bond’s Car of Choice, Vinnie Casola of Raritan, 1973 De Tomaso Pantera; Best True to Original, Virginia & Dennis Consalvo of Martinsville, 1973 Corvette; Family Promise Choice, Dr. Ken Hillman of Whitehouse Station, 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air; Unity Bank Choice, Bill Quick of Flemington, 1946 Ford Woodie Wagon; and People’s Choice, William Nase of Pittstown, 1957 Ford T-Bird.
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.