At Alpha/Omega Coverage Corp we’re more than just your insurance agents; we’ve been part of the Staten Island community for almost 40 years. Here are some of our suggestions on how you can celebrate this Fourth of July
Kathryn Aquino, commercial and personal lines broker:
Watch the American classic movie Independence Day starring Will Smith under the stars at the Conference House in Tottenville Saturday July 1st. For more info go here.
Beata Sienkiewicz, commercial lines assistant:
Travis Fourth of July Parade: This parade is celebrating it’s 106th year and is starting at P.S. 26 at noon. It’s sure to be a fun time for all ages! For more info go here.
Patricia Aquino, book keeper:
Visit Historic Richmondtown July 1st to get a taste of how the founders ate with home churned ice cream! You can also visit In the Spirit of the People: James Monroe’s 1817 tour of the Northern States at the Museum. For more info go here:
Karen Ragozzino, personal lines broker:
The Richmond County Orchestra (RCO) is presenting a patriotic compilation of songs honoring our nation’s rich musical heritage The Gateway Church on Saturday July 1st. For more info go here.
Lauren Aquino, life & accident broker:
Check out the Freedom and Fireworks Festival at Liberty State Park in Jersey City. With live music on two stages, carnival rides, and a beer garden, plus a fireworks display set against the Statue of Liberty, it’s sure to be an amazing experience. For more info go here.
Christopher Mattei, Alpha/Omega Financial Services:
Cross the Outerbridge July 3rd for Perth Amboy’s annual fireworks. For more info go here.
Joann Laroso, personal lines broker:
Listen to the Staten Island Philharmonic while watching the fireworks for the lawn at the Alice Austen House. For more info go here.
Michael Aquino, founder & president:
Celebrate our Founding Fathers AND the “Founding Father of American Literature” at the Huck Finn Fishing Tournament and Costume Contest at the Willowbrook Park Lake. For more info go here.
Whatever plans you make, please be sure to drink responsibly and leave fireworks to the professionals. Not only are they illegal in NY and NJ, but Fireworks start an average of 18,500 fires per year, including 1,300 structure fires, 300 vehicle fires, and 16,900 outside and other fires. These fires caused an average of three deaths, 40 civilian injuries, and an average of $43 million in direct property damage.
From all of us at Alpha/Omega Coverage Corp, have a fun and safe Fourth of July!