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They met the Met! Mr. Met on hand for Bensonhurst ribbon cutting

Staff pose for a photo with Mr Met, the Mets mascot and the Fidelis Care mascot, Fidelisaurus at the opening of Fidelis Care’s new branch in Bensonhurst.
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Locals got their picture taken with New York Mets mascot Mr. Met at a ribbon cutting ceremony in Bensonhurst on Oct. 10.

The ribbon cutting celebrated the grand opening of Fidelis Care health insurance’s new 1,900 square-foot community office, where Mr. Met was joined by the Fidelis Care mascot, Fidelisaurus, along with local pols including Democratic district leader Ari Kagan.

Lori Vavrinec and Dave Lee give a speech before the ribbon cutting at the opening of Fidelis Care’s new branch in Bensonhurst.
Ralph D’Onofrio from Schneps Media poses for a photo with William Colton and Ari Kagan at the opening of Fidelis Care’s newest branch in Bensonhurst.
Thomas Halloran cuts the ribbon at the opening of Fidelis Care’s newest branch in Bensonhurst.
Thomas Halloran, Lori Vavrinec, Dave Lee and Lori Luis from the Brooklyn Borough Presidents Office pose for a photo at the opening of Fidelis Care’s new branch in Bensonhurst.
Posted 12:00 am, October 23, 2019
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