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Boraie Development Sponsors Historical State Theater Summer Events in New Brunswick

As a premier development company in New Jersey, Boraie Development LLC (see: https://www.bloomberg.com/profiles/companies/0601263D:US-boraie-development-llc) continues to focus on charity in New Brunswick. The vice president of the company, Sam Boraie, is involved in a significant number of different charitable causes to include serving on the Board of Trustees for the local cultural phenomenon and historical New Jersey State Theater in New Brunswick. Sam and his company are proud to sponsor the theater summer events in New Brunswick this year.

About State Theater New Jersey

State Theater New Jersey is a nonprofit organization that exists because of charity donations and support from the public. It exists to contribute to a vital urban environment while enriching the lives of people from diverse backgrounds in New Jersey. It serves a variety of roles to include presenting the finest performing arts on the national and international level.

It also provides art education programs as well as serves the entire central New Jersey area as a major performing arts venue. Thanks to supporters like Sam Boraie, this historical theater is able to continue serving members of the community so that they will have a lifelong association with the performing arts.

Tons of Events

State Theater New Jersey hosts a variety of events throughout the year as well as several special events. Shows and events can be broken down into categories such as:

– Broadway

– Concerts

– Comedy

– Family

– Classical & Pops

– Dance

– Film

According to NY Times, these events are hosted by a corps of volunteers like Sam Boraie who all work to strengthen public appreciation and community awareness for the theater. These volunteers are comprised of men and women of all ages and backgrounds who provide support services to the staff. There are also several contributors to include Boraie Developments LLC that make significant contributions to strengthen the theater financially.

Boraie Development Sponsors Several Summer Events

The summer season is a great time to visit State Theater New Jersey because there will be a number of great events for everyone to enjoy.

Here are some of the highlights:

– Warner Bros. Presents Bugs Bunny at the Symphony

– Jay Leno Live

– Happy Together Tour 2017

– Keith Sweat

– Travis Tritt

– Glen Burtnick’s Beatles Bash

– The Incredibles

– Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory

– Boz Scaggs

– Finding Dory

– Zootopia

– Mary Poppins

– The Secret Life of Pets

– Retro Futura Tour 2017

– An Evening with Lyle Lovett and His Large Band

– Neil Sedaka

– Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals

About Sam Boraie

Sam dedicates a lot of his time to his family business, but he is also concerned with making positive charitable contributions to organizations that make a difference like State Theater New Jersey. This theater relies heavily on charitable donations and volunteers and Sam’s development company contributes heavily to help it host an awesome array of summer events this year. For more info about Boraie, visit Crunchbase.

According to PRNewsWire, Sam and Boraie Development LLC are truly making a difference in not only revitalizing New Jersey through real estate developments but also providing positive public support for every citizen in the state with major financial contributions and supporting summer events at State Theater New Jersey.

 

Reference: https://local.yahoo.com/info-11014537-boraie-realty-new-brunswick

One thought on “Boraie Development Sponsors Historical State Theater Summer Events in New Brunswick

  1. It i true that Sam dedicates a lot of his time to his family business, and that he also has concerned with making positive charitable contributions to organizations that make a difference like State Theater New Jersey. But one thing I like about this organization is as bestessay reviews expressed it- that “State Theater New Jersey is a nonprofit organization that exists because of charity donations and support from the public”, this is quit interesting.

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