Monthly Archives: August 2019

Chicago Bears NFL player “Prince Amukamara” endorses Burger Village Brand

Chicago Bears NFL player “Prince Amukamara” endorses Burger Village Brand


Hicksville, New York (July 13, 2018) – Broadway Commons ( – located in Hicksville, New York is pleased to announce that Prince Amukamara an American football cornerback for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League (NFL) has endorsed the Broadway Commons burger joint, Burger Village.  Prince Amukamara played college football for Nebraska, and earned unanimous All-American honors. He was drafted by the New York Giants in the first round of the 2011 NFL Draft, and was a member of the Giants’ Super Bowl XLVI championship team.


Prince Amukamara visited the Burger Village park slope location on multiple occasions and was very interested in endorsing this family owned and operated business, which was created by four Long Island brothers – Sam, Nick, Vick and Ravi Yadav.


Burger Village is a New York based emerging franchise. Burger Village has three open locations with three more coming soon in New York and one franchisee location in San Luis Obispo, California. The Burger Village brand believes in their motto “eat organic, live healthy” so, they serve USDA certified organic burgers and exotic meats, salads, wraps, fresh hand cut fries, onion rings, organic milkshakes & sodas, organic beers & wines and natural food on their menu.


Burger Village is expanding and has plans to go nationwide.  Franchise opportunities are available throughout the United States. You can become a part of Burger Village family.

Please direct your inquiries to for single/multi-unit deals.

Broadway Supports l Hospital Support Groups

Hospital Support Groups


Support groups are a community resource to promote healing for individuals struggling with loss, illness or addiction. These groups provide a safe space for informal discussion and coping techniques to improve quality of life for members of our community facing personal challenges.

For more information and full list of support groups in Plainview and Syosset, click on the following links:


Alexander’s Angels l World Down Syndrome Day

Broadway Commons Celebrates:

Sunday, March 18, 2018

From 1 to 5 p.m.

DJ | Dances | Face Painting | Star Wars Characters | Pretzel Rolling

Arts & Crafts to keep the children occupied | And much more.

There will be a small-scale DOWNrightART Exhibition of the works of local artist with Down Syndrome

About Alexander’s Angels:


To further awareness of the contributions and needs of individuals with Down syndrome and to raise funds for advocacy, service, and research organizations.


Alexander’s Angels envisions a world where individuals with Down syndrome are not defined by their disability but by their individuality.


The long term goal of Alexander’s Angels is to promote recognition of the often overlooked attributes of individuals with Down syndrome by highlighting their abilities.

Alexander’s Angels aims to raise awareness outside the Down syndrome community by continuing working with local colleges, corporations, the community at large, and with Down syndrome organizations in a collaborative effort to promote a better understanding of people with Down syndrome by presenting the person with Down syndrome for what he/she is, a person with feelings and abilities much like anyone else.  To that end Alexander’s Angels aims to organize events that showcase to the community-at-large special talents within the Down syndrome community.