|JULY 19, 2017
SPECTRA WRAPS UP IMPACTFUL COMMUNITY MONTH AT SUN NATIONAL BANK CENTER
Spectra by Comcast Spectacor is wrapping up an impactful community month at the Sun National Bank Center. The company that provides Venue Management and Food Services & Hospitality to the arena hosted over 45,000 guests during 15 high school graduation ceremonies this month. In addition Spectra hosted the Third Annual Strike Out Hunger event organized by the United Way of Greater Mercer County where more than 600 participants packed over 178,000 bowls of oatmeal that will benefit an innumerable amount of families in Mercer County.
“At Spectra we remain committed to our community by hosting events that make an impact to the surrounding region and bring our community closer together,” said Spectra's Fran Rodowicz, General Manager, Sun National Bank Center.
“Spectra continues to do great things here in Mercer County,” said Mercer County Executive Brian M. Hughes. “The Sun National Bank Center was designed to be something for everyone and Spectra is clearly finding ways to involve the community, increase the event calendar, and enhance the customer experience.”
The 15 graduations included Notre Dame High School, Bucks County Technical School, West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South, West Windsor-Plainsboro High School North, North Brunswick High School, Hightstown High School, Hillsborough High School, Lawrence High School, Monroe Township High School, South Brunswick High School, Ewing High School, East Brunswick High School, Steinert High School, Nottingham High School, and Trenton Central High School.
The next event scheduled at the Sun National Bank Center is the Jehovah’s Witness convention “Don’t Give Up!” which will occupy the venue on three consecutive weekends, beginning on Friday, July 27.