ONE OF NEW JERSEY’S LARGEST AND MOST ACTIVE SINGLE MUNICIPALITY CHAMBERS
Emergency Federal Relief Fund: The recent flooding has been nothing short of devastating for a long list of local businesses, schools, and homeowners across Essex County. FEMA has added Essex County to the official declaration list. Now, those in Essex County who suffered damage to their homes or businesses in Hurricane Ida are now eligible for emergency federal relief funds. Apply for assistance here, or learn more about the Individual Assistance program. Also, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority approved an emergency grant program for small businesses — those with up to 50 employees — impacted last week by the remains of Hurricane Ida, and for businesses impacted by Tropical Storm Henri. More about the Henri/Ida Business Assistance Grant program. This has been a challenging time for so many in Essex County. We are happy to share these resources for those affected. The North Essex Chamber Team.
Black Friday, November 26th, 2021 | 2:00 pm
Nutley High School Oval,
Corner of Franklin Avenue & Chestnut Street
Rain Date: Saturday, November 27th, 2021
The Chamber is gearing up for our 59th year of bringing Santa to the Township of Nutley. We have had close to 4,000 people attending this time-honored tradition in 2019. What a great way to promote your business to the residents and put smiles on their faces as well!
If you are planning on sponsoring the event, please order your goodie bag promotional items NOW. Please remember that the 500 bags go to the children. Promotional items should be appropriate for children. Attaching a small goodie for the children to a menu/coupon/brochure/ad for the parent has worked well in the past.
MEMBERSHIP NETWORKING LUNCHEON
Thursday, November 18th, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
Hosted by The Oakley Kitchen
General Membership Networking Luncheons 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 $20.00 nominal fee.
THE OAKLEY KITCHEN
789 Bloomfield Avenue,
Nutley, NJ 07110
Non-members welcomed and encouraged to attend!
Please RSVP to email@example.com
Nutley Little Theatre’s history reaches back to the early thirties when a group of men, connected with the Grace Episcopal Church, organized an amateur theatrical group called the Parish Players. Two of the members decided to expand their idea to a town-wide theatre group, so in 1934, Nutley Little Theatre began its career. Born in the great Depression, when economic conditions encouraged interest in community activities, Nutley Little Theatre has continued to be a vital community organization for over 75 years, and with continued support, it will continue to bring live theatre to the Northern New Jersey area for decades to come.
FROM BUSINESSES TO COMMUNITY
The Nutley Chamber of Commerce would like to share a short video about your business, the issues you’ve been having during the Covid-19 shutdown and a short message to your community. The video should be short and engaging. It will be shared on all of the Nutley Chamber social media pages.
BRINGING NEW POST-COVID-19 TRAFFIC TO NUTLEY
In order to pull the workers and students from the ON3 (formerly Hoffmann-La Roche) campus into Nutley, the Nutley Chamber of Commerce is investing in a “ON3 Gateway to Nutley Project” to benefit our members. The Chamber has purchased 2,500 “Love Nutley, Shop Nutley” reusable shopping bags, which will be distributed to the businesses and schools at ON3, along with a coupon book containing Chamber members’ ON3-specific coupons. There will be no cost to Chamber members to be included in the booklet. If you wish to participate, please download the corresponding links below, depending if you’re already a member or if you are a non-member, interested to join:
VIEW THE NUTLEY CHAMBER RESPONSE TO COVID-19 VIDEO
NCoC’s SUCCESS STORIES SERIES
In order for the Nutley Chamber of Commerce (NCoC) to keep the community abreast of our local businesses in mind, and to keep them as an integral part of our town going forward, we are reaching out to you, the citizens, to tell us about your positive experiences with a local business. It can be about a purchase, a service, a donation, or just an overall good experience that you had.