Sterling National Bank (NYSE: STL) announced it will continue its annual support as the lead sponsor of the popular July 4th Fireworks at Jones Beach, extending the long time support from Astoria Bank, which merged with Sterling in 2017. Sterling’s commitment helps make possible this longstanding tradition for Long Islanders and visitors from throughout the New York Metropolitan region.
“Sterling is excited to continue the tradition of sponsoring the iconic fireworks display at Jones Beach,” said Brian Edwards, Executive Vice President and President of Consumer Banking at Sterling. “It is a wonderful event that brings so many communities together, and we are excited to celebrate this special holiday in such a colorful way with our valued clients, colleagues, families and people of all ages.”
The event is expected to draw more than 100,000 people, and is a highlight of the summer entertainment schedule at Jones Beach, which has played host to family-friendly festivities and activities since it opened in 1929.
Fireworks begin at 9:30 PM at the Central Mall, with music during the colorful and patriotic show to be simulcast by WALK 97.5 FM and KJOY 98.3.
The Sterling National Bank July 4th Fireworks at Jones Beach is part of Sterling’s broader commitment to serving its local communities. For more information, please visit https://www.snb.com/in-the-community.
For more information about the Sterling National Bank July 4th Fireworks at Jones Beach, visit www.snb.com/fireworks.
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