Lupoli Companies to offer new Citizenship Initiative pilot program for employees
WHAT: Sal Lupoli of the Lupoli Companies along with Mayor Michael Sullivan and Citizen’s Bank CEO Larry Fish will hold a press conference to announce a new Citizenship Initiative Pilot program for Lupoli Companies employees. The program will provide Green Card holding employees with free legal guidance, educational assistance, citizenship training and language skills development to aid them in pre-qualifying for U.S. citizenship. Ten employees of Lupoli Companies have been selected as the first to benefit from the program. The initiative is being funded by the Lupoli Companies as well as the City of Lawrence and The Fish Foundation. Area non-profits such as The Leadership & Literacy Foundation and Irish Immigration Center will offer additional assistance.
All involved members believe that the Lawrence Citizenship Initiative will serve as a ‘one-stop shop’ process to full citizenship for the benefit of employees and employers alike. Members hope this program will ultimately serve as a national model.
WHO: Lawrence Mayor Michael Sullivan; Lawrence K. Fish, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Citizens Financial Group, Inc. and The Fish
Foundation; Sal Lupoli of Lupoli Companies; Joe Bevilacqua of the Merrimack Valley Chamber of Commerce; along with other local representatives
WHEN: Monday, April 7th at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Salvatore’s Italian Restaurant
354 Merrimack Street
About Lupoli Companies:
Sal Lupoli, President/CEO of The Lupoli Companies, launched his business career in 1990, when he and his brother Nick opened the first Sal’s Pizza restaurant in Salem, New Hampshire. Today, The Lupoli Companies is a multi-million dollar company that encompasses everything from real estate development and investing, to restaurant franchising and wholesale distribution. Today Sal’s Pizza and Salvatore’s Restaurants employs thousands of dedicated team members and makes over 40,000 pizzas a week.