August 24, 2018 | Press Release.pdf
US Senate Candidate Bob Hugin Visits Community Options
PRINCETON, NJ (August 24, 2018) – Yesterday, New Jersey Senate candidate Bob Hugin visited nonprofit Community Options’ Daily Plan It in Princeton, NJ.
The Daily Plan It (DPI) is a Community Options Enterprises’ business created to train and employ people with disabilities. It is a complete office, conference and copy center that offers furnished office rental space or virtual tenancy to a variety of businesses. The DPI gives individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities an opportunity to earn minimum wage or better, learn new skills and find employment in the community with their new skill set.
Hugin spent time interacting with the individuals supported, the Community Options staff as well as touring and learning how the Daily Plan It operates.
“I greatly enjoyed my visit to Community Options in Princeton today to see the incredible work they are doing for people with developmental disabilities,” said Hugin. “It was impressive to see how many real world opportunities are made accessible for their participants to live an engaged and productive life.”
Hugin is the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in New Jersey for the 2018 election. Hugin served several years in the U.S. Marine Corps and was an executive at J.P. Morgan and Celgene. Hugin graduated from Princeton University with a BA and the University of Virginia with an MBA.
About Community Options, Inc.:
For over 29 years, Community Options has developed housing and employment programs for people with disabilities – serving thousands of people through over 40 offices across 11 states. Community Options provides advocacy assistance to empower people with disabilities because all people – regardless of ability level – should live and work in the community with dignity, choice and self-determination.
For more information please visit our website: www.comop.org and to follow along with the ComOpCares campaign, search #ComOpCares on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.