28 LONGISLANDPRESS.COM • AUGUST 2019
SALES SCHOOL DEBUTS
Launching a new sales and business
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TILRE Success Solutions CEO
J.B. Bolvadin and his wife, Belce
Bolvadin, hold a ribbon-cutting
ceremony at their new office.
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shop for those new to sales or
professionals looking to boost their
skills is TILRE Success Solutions in
The company, which celebrated its
grand opening last month, is a licensee
of famous sales trainer Grant
Cardone and boasts an average 35
percent increase in sales in the first
30 days for those who participate in
its daily 10x programs.
“We want to help millions of people
become millionaires and I thought
that this would be the best way to do
it,” says J.B. Bolvadin, TILRE Success
Solutions’ chief executive officer, a
former realtor who considers Cardone
a personal mentor.
“I just wanted to build the ideal scene
for a salesperson where they can
come in and get training and not have
to wait six months for a conference.”
GOLD COAST BANK
New Jersey-based Investors Bancorp
acquired Gold Coast Bank, headquartered
in Islandia, last month.
Investors, which has about $23
billion in assets and 147 branches
across the tri-state area, effectively
doubled its seven-branch footprint
on Long Island by absorbing and
renaming the seven branches of
Gold Coast, which had $700 million
on the books.
“This transaction strengthens Investors’
current suburban Long Island
franchise and deepens our presence
in this large, affluent market,” said
Investors’ Chairman and CEO Kevin
Gold Coast founder, CEO, and Chairman
John Tsunis will chair the regional
advisory board for Investors,
and Gold Coast’s board has been
offered membership in Investors’ LI
Newsday is moving from the Melville
location is has called home for 40
years to a new office down the road
that is nearly 70 percent smaller.
Long Island’s lone daily, which is
now owned by Cablevision heir
Patrick Dolan, is moving from its
413,500-square-foot Pinelawn Road
home to a 130,000-square-foot Corporate
Center Drive complex after it
outsourced its printing operation to
The New York Times, making much
of its former home obsolete.
Newsday management also offered
staffers a round of buyouts amid the
move, signaling that not only will its
office space get smaller, so will its