Sturdy Savings Bank Welcomes New Exec

first_imgSturdy Savings Bank announced that Elizabeth K. Hulitt has joined the commercial lending team as vice president/commercial lending officer.As a commercial lending officer, Hulitt will cultivate relationships with customers, accountants, attorneys and real estate professionals while addressing business needs and supporting community causes throughout Cape May County and Somers Point.“We are excited to have Elizabeth join the Sturdy Savings Bank Commercial Lending team. We know her contributions will be phenomenal, and we look forward to the positive impact she will have on our customers and our bank,” Sturdy Savings Bank President and CEO Gerald L. Reeves said in a press release.Hulitt brings 25 years of banking experience to the position. She has served the banking industry in various capacities, including as an analyst for a bank credit department, as a credit administration manager, as a line lender for six years in the Cape May County market and most recently as a senior loan officer for the First National Bank of Elmer.“I am excited to join the Sturdy Savings Bank team, and an environment with such a strong dedication and commitment to personalized service. I look forward to the opportunity to enhance customers’ banking experiences, engage the community and build on the Sturdy Savings Bank legacy in Cape May County,” Hulitt said.Hulitt can be contacted directly by calling the bank at 609-463-5240 or emailing her at [email protected] Savings Bank serves Cape May and Atlantic counties at 14 branches located in Avalon, Cape May, Cape May Court House, Dennisville, Marmora, North Cape May, North Wildwood, Ocean City, Rio Grande, Somers Point, Stone Harbor, Tuckahoe, and Wildwood Crest.For more information about Sturdy Savings Bank, visit www.sturdyonline.com or call 609-463-5220.Elizabeth K. Hulitt is Sturdy Savings Bank’s new vice president/commercial lending officer.last_img read more

Former USC defensive end tased, arrested

first_imgFormer USC defensive end Everson Griffen was tased and apprehended by LAPD after assaulting an officer at a traffic stop near USC’s campus at around 4 p.m. Monday.Police officers were performing a routine traffic stop at the intersection of 30th and Hoover Streets when they pulled Griffen over.He did not have a valid ID on him and became aggressive when questioned by officers, according to an LAPD spokesperson. Griffen attempted to run away and then assaulted one of the officers who was pursuing him.The officers tased Griffen, then arrested him on a charge of felony battery.Griffen, who was selected by the Minnesota Vikings with the 100th overall pick in last April’s NFL Draft, had been on campus earlier in the day to visit coaches and players.As a junior, Griffen recorded 45 tackles for the Trojans before giving up his final season of eligibility to declare for the draft.During his first season with the Vikings, the former five-star recruited appeared in 11 games, recording 11 tackles. Minnesota finished just 6-10 overall.Monday was not Griffen’s first run-in with the law.On July 4, 2009, Griffen, along with former USC linebacker Jordan Campbell, was cited by the Nantucket Police Department for a noise violation at a party.Neither Griffen nor Campbell was reprimanded by the university. They were, however, asked to write letters of apology.last_img read more

iGB Live postponed due to COVID concerns

first_img CasinoBeats Malta goes digital for 2020 May 18, 2020 Related Articles Share iGB Live, due to take place at the RAI in Amsterdam, has become the latest gaming event to be postponed as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.The event, which had already been rescheduled to take place in Amsterdam in September, will now take place in the Dutch capital on 13-16 July, 2021.In an email to delegates, iGB Events Group Director Naomi Barton wrote: “Whilst this is hugely disappointing news for me to have to share with you all, you will of course know that the current ongoing situation with COVID-19 has meant that many trade events globally have been either cancelled or postponed this year. We had real support for this event to go ahead from our core customers, and strong indications that they had every intention to travel to iGB Live in September.“Unfortunately, the ever-changing travel advice, and what looks like a continuation of ‘one big wave’ in terms of the pattern of the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe along with an increase in localised spikes in different countries, has meant that travel to and from Amsterdam for many of our exhibitors and sponsors has proved an impossible hurdle to overcome, even though the desire was there to attend.“We always said that we would only run this event if it was safe and secure and made customers feel comfortable to attend, if we could deliver a live, enjoyable experience that you would expect from an iGB event, and if we could deliver you the ROI and business value you need.“I am utterly confident that we would have been able to provide you with a safe event and a great live experience, but feel that I can’t with any degree of certainty provide you with the ROI you need, given the external travel challenges that we have no control over, and lack of clarity around how this will play out.”Posting to an igaming networking group on LinkedIn, Alex Pratt, Managing Director of Digital Marketing Portfolio and iGaming Business, said the postponement was “fundamentally the right thing to do,” adding that he is “personally gutted”.This week SBC Events also announced that its Betting on Sports Europe and Betting on Sports America shows will become digital events, as well as launching virtual conferences for Africa and CIS regions.Stewart Darkin, Managing Director of CasinoBeats, commented: “It is very disappointing to learn that iGB Live will not be going ahead in 2020. We all look forward to meeting in Amsterdam and, like many others, I’d hoped this would be the moment we would see old friends again.“It is proving to be an extremely challenging time for the events sector and it is worrying to have seen G2E Las Vegas, ICE London and now iGB Live cancelled or delayed, as the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 continues to hold the sector in its grip.“The hope is that the gaming business community and the events organisers can continue to support one another through digital events until travel restrictions are lifted, confidence is restored and physical shows can resume, hopefully early in 2021.” StumbleUpon Submit Affiliate leaders confirmed for CasinoBeats Malta 2020 February 21, 2020 SBC continues to grow media operation with SlotBeats addition January 31, 2020 Sharelast_img read more