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Pictured from left to right are Suffolk County Legislator Tom Donnelly; Deputy Supervisor Martinez; Councilman Manetta; Robert Stamm, vice president of real estate, development and facilities, Red Lobster; Nicole Gervasi, general manager of Red Lobster Deer Park; Dennis Garside, vice president of operations, Red Lobster; Dan Locke, director of operations for the Northeast division, Red Lobster; Inspector Kevin Kane; Deputy Inspector Brendan Forte; and Officer Joseph Zaverdas, Suffolk County Police Department

Town of Babylon Deputy Supervisor Tony Martinez and Councilman Anthony Manetta joined with fellow local officials for a ribbon cutting ceremony at Red Lobster’s new location in Deer Park. Both Deputy Supervisor Martinez and Councilman Manetta delivered remarks at the event, where they welcomed the restaurant to the Babylon Town business community and presented management with an honorary certificate of appreciation. This Red Lobster location is the seventh on Long Island and the second within the Town of Babylon. Red Lobster is located at 1700 The Arches Circle in Deer Park.

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