State Broadcast News unit covers Bon Jovi at Camden homeless shelter ribbon cutting

Officials watch as ribbon is cut at Joseph's House, a homeless shelter in Camden, NJ, supported by rock musician Jon Bon Jovi. From left, John Klein, executive director of Joseph's House; Msgr. Robert McDermott, pastor of St. Joseph's Pro-Cathedral, Camden; Louis Cappelli, Camden County Freeholder Director; Camden Mayor Dana Redd; Norcot Thomas, a resident of Joseph's House; Bon Jovi; and Craig Spencer, Vice Chairman of the Jon Bon Jovi Soul Foundation. Steve Lubetkin/State Broadcast News
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi, right, is greeted at the Joseph's Homeless Shelter ribbon cutting April 1 in Camden.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi, right, is greeted at the Joseph’s Homeless Shelter ribbon cutting April 1 in Camden.

Our State Broadcast News division covered the April 1 ribbon cutting ceremonies at Joseph’s House, a homeless shelter on Atlantic Avenue in Camden, NJ, which has received significant philanthropic support from rock musician and NJ native Jon Bon Jovi. Bon Jovi participated in the ribbon cutting ceremonies and joined local officials and community members for a tour of the shelter, which has housed an average of 75 people each night since January.

The SBN report on the event is in the player below.



SBN also provided event organizers with our mult box rental for the audio feed used by the mainstream broadcast media who covered the event.

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