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2/27/2014 - Yaede to Continue Open Dialogue with Business Leaders at March 5th Networking with Mayor Event

 

Yaede to Continue Open Dialogue with Business Leaders at March 5th Networking with Mayor Event

Following the series’ success in its first year, Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly Yaede and the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission (HTEDAC) are set to kick-off the second annual Networking with Mayor Yaede Series
at this year’s first event on Wednesday, March 5th at the BMW Dealership (located at 3630 Quakerbridge Road, Hamilton, NJ 08619) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 

The quarterly series provides an excellent networking opportunity for business leaders, as well as a way to continue an open dialogue with Mayor Yaede and Hamilton Township’s in the ongoing goal to expanding economic opportunities that benefit the local businesses and residents.

This year, the series will be held at different businesses across the community, as a way for the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission to highlight just some of the local businesses that call Hamilton home.

Tickets are $20 per individual and can be made payable to “HTEDAC” at P.O. Box 2926, Hamilton, NJ 08690.  Business leaders can register for the kick-off event online at www.HTEDAC.eventbrite.com or by calling commission members John Strycharz at (609) 638-7580 or Harold Laudien at (732) 715-5757. 

Sponsorship opportunities for the event are also available through the event website.  Proceeds from the event support the continuation of the Economic Development Advisory Commission’s annual events without the use of taxpayer dollars. 

“With 38 new businesses opening in our community last year, exciting plans for two prominent hotel brands in our town, current development applications to reinvigorate available commercial sites and recent decisions by some prominent companies to move their headquarters to our township, Hamilton’s local economy continues to move forward and remains an important leader in the region’s economy,” explains Mayor Yaede.  “I look forward to seeing many of our local business leaders at our March 5th networking event, so we can continue our open dialogue and discuss ways to build further upon our recent economic successes.”      

To keep informed about these and other HTEDAC events, business leaders can e-mail HTEDAC Chairman Vinny Chawla at HTEDAC@gmail.com to receive communications regarding future programs.