ONE OF NEW JERSEY’S LARGEST AND MOST ACTIVE SINGLE MUNICIPALITY CHAMBERS
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Thursday, April 18th, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Hosted by Franklin Steakhouse
General Membership Networking Luncheons are held on the 3rd Thursday of each month, 12 noon, except in July and August unless otherwise notified. They are open to Members and non-members alike. All business owners and professions are welcome to attend.
We strongly encourage you to BRING YOUR BUSINESS CARDS. There is a $15.00 nominal fee. PLEASE NOTE: Members who refer a new Member, receive a FREE LUNCH!
Guest Speaker: Samuel Okparaeke , Director, Office of Small Business Development & Affirmative Action & Executive Director, Essex County Workforce Development Board
Sam will be presenting information on The mission of Small Business Development and Affirmative Action which is to position small, woman-owned, veteran-owned and minority business enterprises to compete successfully for contracts. Sam will also be talking about the Procurement process along with the Set-Aside Program and Joint Venture opportunities that we offer.
NCoC ANNUAL 5K
SAVE THE DATE! Sunday, May 5th, 2019
To Benefit NEF (Nutley Educational Foundation)
The Nutley Chamber of Commerce 21st annual 5K/Fun Run will be on Sunday, May 5, 2019 at the Nutley Park Oval with an estimated 300+ runners. Our goal, as always, is to help and support our community and benefit your business. We are pleased to announce that this year a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Nutley Educational Foundation (NEF).
ATTENTION NUTLEY STUDENTS!
The Nutley Chamber of Commerce invites you to design a logo for their annual 5K! 21st Annual 5K and Fun Run will take place May 5th 2019. Each year a new logo is chosen for the T-Shirt. Download Application.
REGISTER TO RUN THE EVENT!
Download Runner Application
REGISTER ON COMPUSCORE!
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REGISTER TO WALK THE EVENT!
Download Walker Application
SPONSOR THE EVENT!
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Since 1923, United Way of Essex and West Hudson has sought to strengthen our collective community by improving the lives of individuals, children and families living within it. Our two-pronged, results-oriented approach encompasses direct service programs and community-based partnerships.