Your Success is Our Business!
In 1943, a group of business owners got together to develop the first organization dedicated specifically to serving business in Salem City. Today, the Salem County Chamber of Commerce boasts roughly 380 members comprised of large corporations, manufacturers, small businesses and community leaders county-wide. We have a supportive, active Board of Directors, professional staff, and over 340 active members. Although much has changed in the past several decades, our mission has remained the same. We are still a group of business people dedicated to making Salem County a better place to live, work and do business.
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High Point roofing will be giving away a free roof to a veteran on Veterans Day!
Date & Time: Thursday, October 18, 2018 from 8am – 10am
Location: Habitat for Humanity of Salem County, 416 S. Pennsville Auburn Rd Carneys Point, NJ 08069
Join us for a morning of making great connections at the October 18 Coffee and Connections Net- working event hosted and sponsored by Habitat for Humanity of Salem County in their ReStore.
Coffee and refreshments included.
This event is open to Chamber Members and Pro- spective Members, so feel free to invite a friend or business associate. All are welcome!
Remember to bring plenty of business cards to share with all the new contacts you’ll make at the event!
Date & Time: Monday, October 22, 2018 at 5:30 pm
Location: Salem Community College Davidow Hall Auditorium 460 Hollywood Avenue Carneys Point, NJ 08069
The Salem County Chamber of Commerce cordially invites you to attend the “Get to Know Your Candidates” event on Monday evening, October 22 at Salem Community College’s Davidow Hall, 460 Hollywood Avenue, Carneys Point, NJ 08069, beginning at 6pm.
This event is presented by The Chamber’s Government Relations Committee and designed to provide the business community and general public with the opportunity to submit key issues of concern for Candidates to include in their presentation.
Each candidate for elected office has been invited to participate and present their platform re- garding why they are the best candidate for office. Each candidate will have 10 minutes to present, presentation order will be drawn at random that evening.
A copy of the tentative agenda is listed below: AGENDA
- Welcome – Lou Joyce, Chair, Government Relations & Executive Director, South Jersey Economic Development District
- Welcome – Mike Gorman, Chair of the Board of Directors & President of Salem Community College
- Rules of Engagement –Mike Gorman, Ed.D., Moderator Pledge of Allegiance
- Program – “Get to Know Your Candidates” Presentations
- United States Senate
- United States Congress – 2nd District
- Salem County Sheriff
- Salem County Freeholder
- Event Close – Jennifer Jones
As is our practice, we invite all political Candidates listed on the ballot to participate.
The presentation portion of the program begins at 6pm. We have invited candidates to arrive by 5:30 pm to network and greet attendees.
Not sure who to vote for? Come out and meet the candidates and hear their presentations! Bring a friend!
Featuring Chris Humphreys & George Reese
Date & Time: Friday, Oct. 26, 2018 from 8:30 am – 10:30 am
Location: Salem County Vo-Tech 880 Rt 45, Pilesgrove, NJ 08098
Cost: $20 per person for Chamber Members, $25 for non-prospective Members
HURRY SPACE IS LIMITED
Join us for the Annual Leadership Breakfast featuring a full, gourmet hot breakfast created by SCVTS’s Culinary Arts Department.
Chris Humphreys, Executive Vice President, Fulton Bank of New Jer- sey & George Reese, President of Henry D. Young, Inc. – Insurance will each shair their unique and effective leadership styles.
Chris and George have volunteered many hours in service to Salem County and both are very accomplished and respected in their career- fields.
Date & Time: November 14, 2018 at 5:30 pm
Location: Salem Community College’s DuPont Field House
Cost: $37 per person
RSVP BY 11/1/18
Join us as we celebrate this year’s Best of Salem County Contest Winners with a fun evening of recognition, entertainment and great food.
Cash Bar – Menu Includes:
- DiPaolo’s Antipasta
- Tortellini Alfredo with peas, ham & mushrooms
- Hot Roast Pork & Chicken Marsala with rolls
- Assorted Miniature Pastries
Capture the memories in the Free Guest Photo Boot
Sponsored by NJ Advance Media
Inspira Health Network taking an in-depth look at the health needs in communities within their service areas of Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties. Hearing from residents in these areas is very important! Along with health alliance groups, The Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers-Camden has developed a survey to help us understand residents of these counties. The results from this survey will be made available to interested community partners, and Inspira Health Network will use the results from the community health needs assessment to develop a community health implementation plan focused on meeting the identified community needs. Please participate by filling out the survey below!
The survey should only take about 15 minutes to complete. Please feel free to share this link with any of your friends, family or colleagues who live in Cumberland, Gloucester, or Salem counties: https://rutgers.ca1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9WR4tlJkCgG8jXL
Meet Melanie Willoughby
On behalf of the New Jersey Business Action Center (BAC), I am pleased to inform you that we are from state government and are absolutely here to help you and your business community! I know this for a fact because I have had the distinct honor and privilege to join the Murphy Administration as the Executive Director of the BAC.
I bring a new perspective to this position. As Chief Government Affairs Officer at the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA), I managed the Government Relations Department of the largest state-wide business association in the country. Thru my tenure at NJBIA, I worked to provide state legislative and regulatory advocacy and compliance information to improve a business’ bottom line.
The team at the BAC is pro-business and proactive. We serve as the advocates for all businesses, navigating the government services and programs on their behalf to provide optimum conditions for business growth and job creation. We are the “one-stop,” no-cost resource for everything companies need to do business in New Jersey. We help all businesses, both large and small. From Fortune 500 companies to Main Street businesses, we are just one call away. Call us at 800-Jersey-7, or check out our website for more details: http://www.nj.gov/njbusiness/home/bac/.
If you have any business concerns, questions or would like to establish a direct connection with the BAC where there hasn’t been one already, please feel free to reach out to me at 609-633-8301 or Melanie.firstname.lastname@example.org. We are committed to the success of every business and committed to help them navigate the State of New Jersey’s services and programs. Together we can make a difference.
Melanie Willoughby, Executive Director
New Jersey Business Action Center