Here is a picture of Pierry, a Haitian immigrants from Queens in Republican Ad.
The Republican National Committee (RNC) has decided to run a series of advertisement campaign to showcase how diversified group of Republicans actively support and belong to their party. They have released a series of five advertisements on air (at a cost of $300,000) during the Fox Business Republican Debate in South Carolina on Thursday, January 14, 2016. The ads feature Mario, a Latino, first-generation college graduate from Pueblo; Katherine, mother of an autistic child from Tampa, Florida; Vallerie, a community leader from Sarasota, Florida; Mike, a small business owner and 9/11 firefighter from the Bronx, New York; and Pierry, the son of Haitian immigrants from Queens. This is an effort of RNC to win back the White House after realizing how poorly they fared in the 2012 election with 6% of the African-American vote and 27% of the Hispanic vote. Recent comments by their candidate Donald Trump about immigrants has made the situation worse.
Le Bon Pain's Savory Light Fare is located in Queens Village, features light fare, appetizers and desserts, perfect for office parties and art gallery receptions.
A small-scale catering service, Le Bon Pain features their house specialty, beef patties that are encased within a flaky biscuit. Order a dozen and you'll pay only $6.
Other items include seafood and chicken pies. For sweets, carrot cake with cream cheese frosting is a popular choice. And at a cost of $5 you can feed 10 people.
211-65 Jamaica Ave -
Queens Village, New York 11428