Freehold Chiropractor Russell Brokstein Receives Award

Source: PRLog.org

Dr. Russell Brokstein
and Hometown Family Wellness Center at 9 Broadway in Freehold, NJ has been selected for the 2014 Best Freehold Chiropractor award by the Freehold Award Program.
Dr. Brokstein says, “It’s always an honor being recognized for doing what you love and giving back to the community I grew up in. I’ve been in practice for 16 years and moved back to the Freehold, NJ area to be a part of the community that gave me so much when I was growing up. This is how I came up with the name Hometown Family Wellness Center.
“My goals are to help make a difference in patients’ health and helping Freehold continue to be the amazing town it is. Sponsoring local organizations like the Freehold Borough Arts Council and holding events such as our annual holiday food, coat and clothing drives are just part of how I appreciate my hometown. Being named the 2014 Best Freehold Chiropractor by the Freehold Award Program is a huge honor.”
The Freehold Award Program every year identifies companies that they believe achieve exceptional success in their local community and business category. The local businesses chosen enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Freehold area a great place to live, work and play.
The Freehold Award Program gathers information then analyzes it to choose the winners in each category. Winners are determined based on this information both internally by the Freehold Award Program and data provided by third parties. The 2014 Freehold Award Program is based on quality, not quantity.
The Freehold Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our mission is to recognize the small business community’s contributions to the U.S. economy.
For more information about your Freehold chiropractor, Dr. Russell Brokstein, go to http://www.ChiropractorFreehold.com

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