Trinity To Be Major Sponsor

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TFSEM is pleased to once again be a major sponsor of the Spring Lake NJ Irish Festival, to be held on Saturday May 21st.

Now with our office located in downtown Spring Lake, we’re especially pleased to once again be a major sponsor and to provide two celebrity athletes to this year’s festival. Boxing great Gerry Cooney and NJ Devils Stanley Cup Champion Jim Dowd (both Trinity Board Members) shall be representing our company.

Both Gerry and Jim shall be appearing from 2PM to 4PM and shall be part of the Team Shamrock booth, an organization we at Trinity are most pleased to assist.

In addition, look for Trinity to be very involved with numerous events taking place in Spring Lake this year.

2015 Spring Lake Irish Festival video here

2015 Spring Lake Italian Festival video here
Gerry Cooney

Gerry Cooney is one of the world’s most colorful and beloved heavyweight boxers. Born in Manhattan in 1956, Cooney was raised in Huntington, Long Island. He began his amateur career in 1971 at the age of 15 and quickly established a name, building a record of 55-3. Cooney began boxing professionally in 1977 and racked up 25 consecutive wins. In 1982, he earned a shot at undefeated WBC heavyweight champion Larry Holmes. After 12 hard-fought rounds, Cooney was stopped in the 13th. During his 14-year career, Cooney also fought Ron Lyle, Jimmy Young, Ken Norton, Michael Spinks, and George Foreman. One of the best left-hook artists in boxing, Cooney retired in 1990 with a record of 28-3.

Gerry now travels throughout North America as a featured speaker and guest at functions. He also hosts a radio show on Sirius radio.

Learn more about Gerry Cooney here

Jim Dowd

NJ Devils Jim Dowd Raised on the Jersey Shore, Jim would break the national scholastic scoring record, be a prolific scorer in the NCAA and become the first NJ native to play for the NJ Devils. Jim would play 17 seasons in the NHL and be a significant part of the Devils first Stanley cup winning team in 1995.

Learn More about Jim Dowd here