Douglas Long of Woodbury law firm, Long, Marmero, LLP was appointed General Counsel for the Vineland chapter of the NAACP.
The Greater Vineland Chapter Branch 2115 approved the appointment at the charter’s monthly meeting that took take place on Tuesday, February 28th at 7 pm. The meeting was held at the Veterans Memorial Home on the North West Boulevard in Vineland.
“I look forward to continuing the relationship Doug Long has had with the NAACP. Doug is a long term supporter of the NAACP. This will be the perfect fit for our organization,” said President Richard Smith.
The Greater Vineland Chapter Branch 2115 is a local chapter of the oldest and largest civil rights organization. The NAACP’s goal is to fight for social justice for all Americans.
Douglas Long is an attorney and founding partner of law firm Long, Marmero, LLP. The Woodbury firm deals governmental/quasi governmental representation, land development and crisis management. The firm is known for providing professional and dedicated service to its clients.
“I’m honored that the NAACP would consider selecting our firm to serve their organization. We will provide excellent legal counsel to the NAACP, as its beliefs stand in line with our goals and ideals,” said Long.