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Robert Occhifinto

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Stacker 2

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Stacker 2

15 Whitehall Road

Andover, New Jersey,07821

United States

Company Description

Stacker 2 was developed by NVE Pharmaceuticals approximately 20 years ago for bodybuilders as an effective herbal alternative to the practice of "stacking". "Stacking" was what bodybuilders routinely engaged in by stacking and ingesting Ephedrene HCL, caffeine...more

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NVE Pharmaceuticals


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Fantasy Racing Online Challenge

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"Everyone at Stacker 2 heard about Jack Sable's condition and our hearts went out to him and his family," said Bob Occhifinto, president and CEO of NVE Pharmaceuticals", parent company of Stacker 2 "We all decided that we wanted to help him fight this terrible disease in any way that we could."


#8 Story Bay Creek Lots, Lighthouse Go for Pennies on the Dollar : Cape Charles Wave

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Aqua Restaurant owner Robert Occhifinto has purchased both Galloway houses for use as vacation rentals.


News : Cape Charles Wave

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Marketing consultant Hope Lawler explains that Robert Occhifinto, who bought the property two years ago at a foreclosure auction, plans to create a very large oyster farm.
Buyer Robert Occhifinto is on right. (WAVE video) But when bidding began at $3.3 million, the amount due on the bank note, the players quickly dropped to two: Eastville attorney Bert Turner, and New Jersey entrepreneur Robert Occhifinto. Turner presumably was representing a client, while Occhifinto was bidding for himself. Occhifinto soon tired of that game and bid a full $3.6 million. Occhifinto immediately came back with $4.6, and Turner was silent. Robert Occhifinto has actually been around for a while, but until 11:30 a.m. yesterday, few realized the extent of his interest or the depth of his pockets. [Read more...]


Area's Newest Savior Buys Again: This Time Kiptopeke Inn : Cape Charles Wave

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Robert Occhifinto, the newest millionaire "come-here" to Northampton County, has done it again, purchasing yet another failed property near Cape Charles - this time the crumbling Kiptopeke Inn.
Built in 1963 as a Holiday Inn, the 104-room motel closed last September after going into receivership. Most recently it was owned by developer Nimrod Tavi. The Kiptopeke Inn was listed for sale at $995,000, but Occhifinto has shown a penchant for offering pennies on the dollar. He bid $300,000 last year, but his offer was refused. Robert Occhifinto (Wave photo) Robert Occhifinto (Wave photo) So Occhifinto waited, and more than six months later the owner apparently decided that $300,000 was better than nothing. The sale is expected to be completed soon. That's good news for the Kiptopeke Inn, as Occhifinto has already demonstrated that he's no slumlord. Take a look at the now-gleaming Peacock Motor Inn which he rescued from disrepair last year. The Peacock will always be for travelers on a budget, but the rooms are bright, clean, and nicely furnished. Occhifinto, 51, is a New Jersey entrepreneur who made his fortune producing and marketing over-the-counter diet supplements. He is famous locally for purchasing Aqua Restaurant, Bay Creek Marina, and related properties last December for $4.6 million. CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE The bankrupt Aqua Restaurant shut down last December, but immediately upon purchasing it Occhifinto began sprucing it up. He rehired many of the staff and reopened the doors Easter weekend. Occhifinto's next big project may be construction of a hotel in Marina Village near Aqua. Occhifinto's latest pending acquisition should be good news to Cape Charles Assistant Town Manager Bob Panek, who complained publicly last week that "One of the things this area needs is a hotel. I believe having an Inn will be a welcome part of lower Northampton County, and I admire Mr. Occhifinto for "saving " the things that he has done. But I still have a problem. If he wants to do something, what about the old BeLo and Meatland buildings? Referring to Robert Occhifinto as the newest millionaire "come here" is in bad taste. I find it hard to believe he finds it flattering.


Bay Creek Property Owners Get Tax Scare : Cape Charles Wave

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Another portion - the former Bay Creek Marina, Shops, and Aqua Restaurant - was foreclosed and sold to Robert Occhifinto in December 2012.


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