Business: ‘Ride for Sean,’ Navy Beach Supports SEAL Foundation, Facials at Baker House

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The team that rode to benefit Sean Grismer at Hamptons Gym Corp.

‘Ride for Sean’ Peddles Past $16K at Hamptons Gym

“Ride for Sean,” a one-day charity ride to benefit Sean Grismer’s recovery from a serious injury sustained in 2018, raised over $16,000 on May 19 at the Hamptons Gym Corp. Southampton location.

“Hamptons Gym Corp is the leading health club operator of the Hamptons with a goal to provide an enjoyable, yet efficient workout environment for seasonal and year-round patrons,” a press release said.

For more information, call (631) 725-0707 or visit hamptonsgymcorp.com.

Navy Beach Continues To Support Navy SEAL Foundation

Navy Beach may have already hosted its seventh annual Navy SEAL Foundation fundraiser last month, but the Montauk restaurant’s support will continue through the summer season.

Up until Labor Day, a donation of $1 will be added to each dining check, though guests will also be able to increase the value of the donation if they wish. Last year, the initiative raised $30,000 — $150,000 total since 2013 — and Navy Beach will again match the first $2,500 raised through this season’s efforts.

On June 22, the cocktail party marked the official kickoff to this year’s fundraising campaign, with over 150 people in attendance and remarks made by Tony Repinski, a former Navy SEAL who earned multiple honors for heroism while conducting hundreds of combat operations.

“Repinski spent over a decade serving in both Iraq and Afghanistan and received multiple high honors for heroism while conducting hundreds of combat operations,” a press release said. “After discharging from the Navy, Repinski was hired as a private contractor by the Central Intelligence Agency, whereby he continued to operate in the Middle East.”

Since retiring from government service in 2014, Repinski began a new career as a visual storyteller by writing novels and screenplays — sticking exclusively to fiction. Currently in post-production on his directorial debut, “Heather,” he has sworn never to write war stories, the release said, especially those involving real people and true events.

“Repinski has never forgotten where he came from and continues to help others fight the good fight,” the release said. “When he’s not writing, he can be found traveling the country in support of NSWDG. Repinski also puts on an advanced tactics and shooting course for various law enforcement units and federal agencies.”

For more information, call (631) 668-6868 or visit navybeach.com.

New Facial at Baker House Spa

Located in the Swiss Alps, the product line Luzern can only be found stateside in places such as the Ritz Carlton Reserve, Peninsula Beverly Hills and St. Julian — and now, for the first time on the East End, at The Baker House 1650, located at 181 Main Street, East Hampton.

“Cultivated at the highest elevations in the Swiss Alps, Luzern sources the world’s most powerful organic actives and transforms them into ultra-pure, high-performance skincare,” a press release said. “Two exclusive facials will be offered at The Baker Spa this season: the Luzern signature facial and the Vitamin C facial.”

The Luzern Signature Facial — a customized serum-layering system to target, build and hydrate — transforms skin on contact and reveals a glowing, rejuvenated complexion, the release said, at a $140 price.

“Experience the ultimate transformational luxury treatment that delivers on results,” it said. “This high-touch spa facial satisfies the pampering experience you love, and the significant results you expect.”

Specifically created for skin lacking vitality and radiance, the Vitamin C Facial — which costs $165 — is a “synergistic cocktail of Alpine extracts [that] helps brighten and improve skin texture while balancing the hydration level,” the release said.

“Bio-Suisse botanicals and Vitamin C complex, combined with high-pressure O2/vitamin infusion methods, make this a top facial treatment, for a radiant and glowing complexion,” it said.

For more information, call (631) 324-4081 or visit bakerhouse1650.com.

Main Beach Surf Hosts Fourth of July Sale

In continuation of its moving sale, Main Beach Surf and Sport — located at 352 Montauk Highway in Wainscott — is hosting a Fourth of July sale from Thursday, July 4, through Sunday, July 7. Look for 30% off all summer apparel, bathing suits, board shorts and sunglasses, and select surfboards, paddleboards and kayaks for $50 off.

Main Beach Surf and Sport is currently open Monday to Friday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on weekends. For more information, call (631) 537-2716 or visit mainbeach.com.

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