June 13, 2024
Harold-Matzner

Harold Matzner was born in Newark, New Jersey in 1937. Matzner is the Chairman of the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Executive Vice Chair of the Palm Springs Art Museum, a funder of the upcoming Tachevah Block Party in downtown Palm Springs on April 17 and a Presenting Sponsor of the City of Palm Springs 75th Anniversary Celebration on April 20 at O’Donnell Golf Course. He’s not only that but the owner of Spencer’s at the Mountain and a major supporter of Palm Springs in large. Matzner has always been eager to learn from others and discovered that successful individuals were eager to assist him if he showed an interest in their business. He readily struck up conversations with businesspeople and asked several questions to learn more about their companies. Harold Matzner, a Palm Springs businessman, philanthropist, and humanitarian, will receive the 2nd annual Richard M. Milanovich Community Leadership Award on Thursday, May 2 at the Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce and the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians’ 3rd annual City of Palm Springs Police and Fire Appreciation Luncheon. Well, if you want to get his personal details, you can visit https://www.officialusa.com/names/Harold-Matzner/ and check out more information about hime.

Harold-Matzner

Why was he awarded?

Matzner grew his newspaper’s weekly circulation to 250,000 by combining multiple mastheads to form a free newspaper group with distribution in three New Jersey counties. This accomplishment enabled him to enter other markets, the first of which being 8 million residences in California with pooled mail and private saturation distribution. CBA eventually become the country’s most successful private delivery provider. Matzner has served as executive vice chairman of the Palm Springs Art Museum, the McCallum Theatre, the Palm Springs Tennis Club Members Association, and the Palm Springs International Film Festival and Awards Gala. Matzner became one of Palm Springs’ most prominent donors. Since 1997, he has donated more than $60 million to local NGOs, with a focus on the visual and performing arts, education, and health and wellness. He’s not only that but the owner of Spencer’s at the Mountain and a major supporter of Palm Springs in large. Police Chief Al Franz emphasised work his department conducted in 2014, including collaborating with hotels to apprehend a wanted identity thief and collaborating with the Desert Water Agency to apprehend fire hydrant thieves.