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Hampton Coffee At Riverhead Train Station

Hampton Coffee Company is coming to Long Island Rail Road’s Riverhead train station as its new tenant.

After working in partnership with the MTA and the Riverhead Chamber of Commerce, the train station will be open to the public once again after years of remaining vacant. This comes after Supervisor Laura Jens-Smith’s organized and determined efforts to revitalize the area.

“Bringing in a tenant to the train station has been a major goal of the town for years,” said Jens-Smith. “I am so happy to welcome Hampton Coffee Company to Riverhead’s downtown.”

EH Chamber Mixer

LIK Fine Art and the East Hampton Chamber of Commerce will co-host an early evening mixer on Wednesday, July 17, from 5 to 7 PM at the new gallery, located at 66 Newtown Lane, Suite H, in East Hampton Village.

Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and other beverages will be served. Chamber Executive Director Steven Ringel will update attendees on the upcoming inaugural Summer Fair on August 17. Admission is free for members and $10 for non-members. For more information, visit www.easthamptonchamber.com.

BNB’s Second Quarter Earnings Call

Bridge Bancorp, Inc., the holding company for BNB Bank, expects to report earnings for the second quarter which ended June 30, after the market closes on Tuesday, July 23.

Kevin O’Connor, president and CEO, will host a conference call on Wednesday, July 24, at 9 AM to discuss the company’s second quarter 2019 results. Instructions on accessing the call will be provided in the company’s earnings release. For more information, visit www.bnbbank.com.

Hemp Shop In Water Mill

Hemp entrepreneur Jennifer Babaian, founder and CEO of 7 Leaf Clover, has opened a shop at 760 Montauk Highway in Water Mill. The store specializes in the highest quality, organically grown CBD and hemp products from the U.S. and Europe.

7 Leaf Clover is a hemp wellness destination that provides the phytocompound rich hemp products, combined with a highly trained staff. For more information, visit www.7leafcloverhemp.com.

Hampton Trading Company

Hampton Trading Company in Westhampton Beach has brought back its super-soft hoodies for those cool summer nights. It has also announced a new “reusable” series of products, starting with stainless cups of all sizes, shapes and colors, all with the trademark anchor design.

It also carries wooden coasters, and more. Show support for veterans by grabbing a Support Our Veterans tee and decal. Visit www.hamptontradingcompany.com.

SFCU + SCCC

Suffolk Federal Credit Union is now the official partner of Suffolk County Community College.

“We could not be more thrilled to enter into this partnership with such an esteemed establishment where we can benefit the leaders of tomorrow,” said Ralph Spencer, president and CEO of Suffolk Federal. “The resulting opportunities are proving to be endless through not only brand awareness and community events, but financial education for the students as well,” he added.

With this new partnership, the college’s former Health, Sports, & Education Center on its Brentwood campus will now become known as the Suffolk Federal Credit Union Arena. The 60,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility hosts thousands of visitors each year through events including athletic games and expos. Home to three multi-purpose courts, sporting fields, indoor and outdoor running tracks, an eight-lane swimming pool, fully equipped fitness center, and more, the center is situated alongside the Long Island Expressway.

“This is a historic moment for Suffolk Community College Foundation, Suffolk Federal Credit Union, and the students, alumni, and members of the Suffolk County Community College family,” said Belinda Alvarez Groneman, chairperson of the Suffolk Community College Foundation. “This landmark partnership joins two great organizations of our region and I am grateful for the support of the men and women of the Suffolk Federal Credit Union for their generosity and commitment to our community college,” she continued.

Via And Jitney

Via, a rideshare business, has teamed up with Hampton Jitney to provide those heading east with a way to connect from New York City’s airports to the Hampton Jitney Connection in Queens.

Customers connecting to the Jitney can purchase a low cost, flat-rate Via ride when they book their Jitney trip for $24 (LGA)/$29 (JFK) to-and-from the Hampton Jitney Airport Connection stop in Queens. All other Manhattan Jitney connections are five percent off with Via. For further information, visit www.ridewithvia.com.

Chillhouse, Ketel One In Montauk

Chillhouse, a wellness brand with destinations for modern self-care, is partnering with New York Pilates and Ketel One Botanical in Montauk. The Chillhouse and Ketel One Botanical pop-up will offer manicures, pedicures, and a special retail experience on the first floor of the fitness studio at 649 Montauk Highway.

Cyndi Ramirez-Fulton, Chillhouse founder, and the Chillhouse team have also curated a “Shop Chill” Montauk experience along with a new tie-dye collection and self-care slides, for post-pedi perfection. Customers will receive a complimentary Ketel One Botanical cocktail to complement their summer mani (must be 21 or older). Visit www.chillhouse.com for more info.

Golden Goose In EH

Golden Goose Deluxe Brand, a trendy Italian sneaker retailer, has a new store location at 33 Newtown Lane in East Hampton. The fast-growing and popular retailer is expected to open later this summer. The store will feature 2000 square feet of ground floor space and 21 feet of frontage on Newtown Lane.

Golden Goose’s reputation as a trend-setting seller of hip sneakers has driven its rapid global expansion. The retailer operates two stores in Manhattan already. The 33 Newtown location will become its first retail location in the Hamptons.

bridget@indyeastend.com