Vin is a lifelong Monmouth County resident, born in Neptune Township and raised in Freehold. After earning a Bachelor of Arts from Penn State, he spent years building his business from the ground up and now has 14 employees, based out of his Tinton Falls and Hazlet offices.
“I’ve felt the crushing burden that over-regulation and red tape can have on a small business in Monmouth County’s local economy. It’s a waste of time and a waste of hard earned dollars. When I get to Trenton, the first thing I promise to do is cut the red-tape and work to get businesses growing and hiring again. Enough is enough.”
A successful local small-business owner, Vin previously served on the Board of Directors for the now Monmouth County Chamber of Commerce where he chaired the Chamber's Government Affairs Committee. He is a past-President of the Hazlet Township Business Owners Association and a past-Board member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Monmouth County. Vin previously served as a volunteer EMT for the Colts Neck and Freehold First Aid Squads, responding to hundreds of 911 emergencies.
He currently volunteers with the Long Branch Fire Department. Vin is also the Founder and President of a 501c(3) organization dedicated to helping Monmouth County charities and individuals in need.
“Trenton insiders have simply lost touch with how the average Monmouth County resident lives. Too many people who work hard every day and play by the rules still find themselves living paycheck to paycheck. Property taxes go up, but wages stay the same. Meanwhile, the only solution politicians in Trenton can think of is to continue increasing taxes and fees.”
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