Members of JK Consulting, a brand, marketing, and philanthropy company in Northport Village, celebrated a ribbon-cutting ceremony late last month, surrounded by family and friends in front of the Main Street location.
Also present for the ribbon-cutting was Northport Village Trustee Dave Weber and Town of Huntington Councilwoman Joan Cergol.
Long Island natives and business partners Jennifer Pinto and Kelley Henneberry head JK Consulting, a team of “discerning, whip-smart, nimble, figure-it-out-flawlessly individuals and partners who bring their own expertise and flavor to execute on our client's goals.” Their business motto is “Whatever it takes.” Decades in the brand, marketing, and experiential sphere have brought diverse work, successful programs, talented team members, and happy clients.
Not only does JK Consulting focus on brand identity and development, but the team is heavily involved in local community outreach and military philanthropy – the JK Consulting Team will be presenting their eighth service dog at the NY Giants “Salute to Service” game against the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday, November 7, at Metlife Stadium.
JK Consulting is located at 256 Main Street. To learn more, visit their website www.jandkconsult.com.
More ribbon-cuttings to come!
Two more ribbon-cuttings are scheduled for next week. The Northport Chamber of Commerce and neighbors will welcome new owners of Artisan House, Randi and Ron Meyer, to Northport’s business community on Monday, November 15 at 3:30pm at the boutique (80 Main Street in Northport).
On Thursday, November 18, at 4:30pm, Jackie DiDonato of Pandemonium Boutiques will also celebrate with a ribbon-cutting at her store. Pandemonium Boutique is located at 1030 Fort Salonga Road in Northport.