Joseph Federico, VP of NJ MET, Inc., Announces Its Participation in the Second Annual New Jersey March of Dimes Bark for Babies Dog Walk 2016

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NJ MET Inc. VP Joseph Federico announced that Team NJ MET will participate in the March of Dimes “Bark for Babies” Dog Walk on Sunday, September 18, 2016 at Brookdale Park in Bloomfield NJ.

Team NJ MET at 2015 Bark for Babies

Team NJ MET at 2015 Bark for Babies

The Bark for Babies promises to be a fun day out with people who share our passion for improving the health of babies -- Joseph Federico

NJ MET Inc. Vice President Joseph Federico announced that Team NJ MET will participate in the March of Dimes second “Bark for Babies” Dog Walk on Sunday, September 18, 2016 at Brookdale Park in Bloomfield, NJ at 11:00am.

“After a successful turn out in the inaugural walk, Team NJ MET is very excited to join other families in participating in this wonderful weekend event helping the March of Dimes,” said Joseph Federico, Director of NJ MET, Inc.

Over the past seven decades, millions of babies have been saved from death or disability thanks to advances made by March of Dimes-funded scientists, including 13 Nobel Prize winners. Despite their work, babies are still in danger. “The money that is raised by the March of Dimes funds important research and programs that help babies begin healthy lives,” as the March of Dimes says on its website. “The Bark for Babies promises to be a fun day out with people who share our passion for improving the health of babies,” said Joseph Federico.

Anyone interested in participating with Team NJ MET can call Joseph Federico at NJ MET’s Clifton, NJ headquarters at (973)546-5393 to join us or register online at http://marchofdimes.org/newjersey. (Click on the Bark for Babies under “Upcoming Events.”) For more information on NJ MET Inc. charitable work, see the NJMET in the News page of their website.

For more information on the March for Babies, please visit the March of Dimes website.

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