MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ — U.S. Senate Candidate Bob Hugin visited Tilcon in Pompton Lakes to continue his statewide tour of businesses and communities throughout the Garden State on Monday. Hugin held a roundtable with employees of Tilcon, Assemblyman Kevin Rooney, and Pompton Lakes Mayor Michael Serra to discuss the business and their impact in communities throughout the state.
L to R: Assemblyman Kevin Rooney, Chris Jahn, Plant Manager of Tilcon’s Pompton Lakes and Riverdale Quarries, U.S. Senate Candidate Bob Hugin, Joshua Benson, General manager of Government affairs and Public Relations of Tilcon, and Mayor Michael Serra. 


“I firmly believe that reliable jobs in the economy is the issue that drives our voices in Washington,” said Hugin. “Washington must never forget where their representation comes from. It’s folks like Mayor Serra and the people of Pompton Lakes that enshrine the American spirit of hardwork and perseverance. Every legislator representing New Jersey should stand up for our job creators by advocating for a regulatory and tax climate that allows those with great work ethic to succeed.”

L to R: Benson, Jahn, Hugin, Serra, Rooney
“Understanding and solving New Jersey issues is a clear passion of mine and Bob Hugin’s. We need more voices in Washington that understand Tilcon employs and invests in our community’s future. Employers and employees need to be retained to grow a stronger New Jersey and I believe we can do just that with Bob Hugin as a U.S. Senator,” said Assemblyman Kevin Rooney.


L to R: Jahn, Hugin
“We appreciate Bob, Assemblyman Rooney, and Mayor Serra stopping by our Pompton Lakes quarry—it was our pleasure to give a behind-the-scenes tour of the processes and people here at Tilcon,” said Chris Jahn, Plant Manager of Tilcon’s Pompton Lakes and Riverdale Quarries.

Since his campaign launched in February, Hugin has made multiple visits to all 21 counties and will continue to travel the state as he listens to New Jersey voters on what issues matter most to them.

About Tilcon
Tilcon New York Inc. was founded in 1981. Tilcon’s operations include quarries, asphalt plants, sand and gravel sites, recycling centers, water terminals and paving crews. These facilities serve the five Boroughs of New York City, the lower Hudson Valley, Long Island and the central and northern New Jersey markets. Tilcon New York Inc. is part of CRH—a leading global diversified building materials group, employing 87,000 people at 3,800 operating locations in 31 countries worldwide. CRH is the largest building materials company in North America and the second largest worldwide. 
About Bob Hugin
Bob Hugin, a Marine Corps Veteran and business leader who has created thousands of New Jersey jobs, is seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate to challenge incumbent Democrat Senator Bob Menendez.
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