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THE

This month’s Issue
sponsored by

EVIEW

A DIGITAL NEWSLETTER | October 17, 2011

FEATURED EVENT
GOVERNMENT ACTION SERIES

State Affairs Committee
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
8:15—10:00 a.m.
The Mansion on Main Street, Voorhees
featuring

Senate President
Stephen M. Sweeney

W

e are very pleased to host
Senate President Sweeney,
who will discuss his priorities
through the end of the legislative session, including the Senate
bill package on job creation and the upcoming elections. We
hope you will attend this event to show the South Jersey
business community’s appreciation for the Senate President’s
courage and leadership in passage of the landmark public
employee benefits reforms.
Sponsored by

On October 6, the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey
(CCSNJ) held the 27th Annual Business Expo at the Crowne Plaza,
Cherry Hill. Debra DiLorenzo opened the Expo with a ribbon
cutting ceremony attended by many local leaders. Pictured from L to
R: John Comino, Business Development, T & M Associates; The
Honorable Jack Killion, Mayor, Pennsauken Township; The
Honorable Bernie Platt, Mayor, Cherry Hill Township; The
Honorable Edward McDonnell, Freeholder Deputy Director,
Camden County; The Honorable Michael Mignogna, Mayor,
Voorhees Township; The Honorable Dana Redd, Mayor, City of
Camden; The Honorable Louis Cappelli, Freeholder Director,
Camden County; and Debra DiLorenzo, President and CEO,
Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey.

Click here to register.

THIS MONTH’S ADVERTISERS//

For more coverage, go to PAGE 8.

We’re Moving!
The Chamber’s office will
be moving on 10.21.11
just around the corner to
Promenade Building in the
Main Street Complex.
Our new address will be
4015 Main St, Voorhees, NJ

TABLE OF CONTENTS//
GOVERNMENT ACTION/02
SPECIAL EVENTS/04
SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE/06
NEW MEMBERS/07
MEMBERSHIP/10
MEMBER NEWS/10
BUSINESS RESOURCES/12

GOVERNMENT ACTION
LEGISL ATIVE UPDATE
Senate Passes Jobs and
Business Tax Credit Bills
On Monday, September 26, 2011
the New Jersey Senate passed
several pieces of legislation that will
help New Jersey businesses who
continue to struggle with a stagnant
economy and a high unemployment
rate.
The following bills were supported by
the Chamber:
S-1949 (Sweeney/T. Kean), which
provides manufacturing companies in
New Jersey with an energy and utility
service sales tax relief benefit, up to
50%, similar to the one provided to
certain manufacturers located within
Urban Enterprise Zones in 2004. To
qualify for the tax break, a business
must employ at least 50 people at the
facility, and 50 percent of employees
employed at the facility must be
involved in the manufacturing
process. S-1949 passed by a vote of
38 – 0. Click here to view a copy of
the Chamber’s desk letter.
S-3033 (Lesniak/Kyrillos), which
establishes the Grow New Jersey
Assistance Program to provide certain
eligible businesses with tax credits for
creating a minimum of 100 new or
retained full-time jobs, as well as

making capital investments of at least
$20 million in certain incentive
areas. S-3033 passed by a vote of
38 – 0. Click here to view a copy of
the Chamber’s desk letter.
S-3054 (Sweeney) expands certain
corporation business tax credit
programs to small businesses,
particularly sole proprietors,
partnerships, and limited liability
companies. S-3054 passed by a
vote of 38 – 0. Click here to view a
copy of the Chamber’s desk letter.

Green Jobs Education
Bill Passes in the Senate
The New Jersey Senate passed
legislation on Monday, September
26, 2011 that will increase green
jobs certification programs in the
state. The legislation, A-1098
(Coyle/Schaer/Addiego/
DeAngelo/Giblin), authorizes
county colleges and county
vocational school districts to
establish green job certification
programs. The Chamber supported
A-1098.
The Chamber stated in its desk letter
to the Senate that some county
colleges in New Jersey, including
Burlington County College, have
already developed educational

degree programs that will allow
students to graduate with an
Associate’s degree in areas related to
green energy, e.g., Sustainable
Energy Management. A certification
program would allow a mid-career
professional to gain knowledge in this
area, making them more valuable to
their company, as well as increasing
their skills and knowledge for future
promotions or other career
opportunities. This type of program
would also allow high school students
to receive training in this growing
career field and develop marketable
job skills when they enter the
workforce.
A-1098 was a companion bill to the
Senate version, S-1648 (Ruiz/
Whelan). A-1098 passed by a vote
of 38 – 0 and now goes to Governor
Christie’s desk. Click here to view a
copy of the Chamber’s desk letter.
If you have any questions or thoughts
on any of the issues covered in this
edition of Legislative Update, please
contact Christopher R. Brown, CAE,
Director, Government Relations at
cbrown@chambersnj.com or 856424-7776 ext. 127.
*The opinions and statements
expressed in this newsletter are not
necessarily the views of this
newsletter’s sponsors.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 2

SPECIAL EVENTS
Non-Profit Workshop
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
8:00—11:00 a.m.
Crowne Plaza Cherry Hill

SAVE THE DATE!
ANNUAL MEETING

9

Holiday Party

Thursday, December 8, 2011

5:30—8:30 p.m.
Non profit executives, staff, board members and volunteers
The Mansion on Main Street
should attend this special workshop program where a panel of
experts will discuss the top issues and challenges faced by non
oin CCSNJ leaders to review the organization’s
profits, including: legal and accounting issues; low-cost
accomplishments in 2011, set goals for 2012,
marketing strategies; emerging trends in online and mobile
and
elect members and officers the Board of
giving; financing options; and grant writing. Additionally,
Directors
at the Annual Meeting.
attendees will hear an update on the public policy issues in
Sponsored by
Trenton that impact the non profit community. Immediately
following the program, you will have the opportunity to meet
one-on-one with our experts to have your individual questions
answered.

J

Sponsored by

Click here for more information and to register.

Click here to register.

Leadership Workshop
Friday, November 18, 2011
8:00—11:00 a.m.
The Mansion on Main Street, Voorhees

Sponsored by

Effective leadership is key to sustaining business
success...however, good leaders are made not born. Join
us to hear from our high powered panel of South Jersey’s
most respected leaders on how they developed, matured
and evolved into the individuals they are today. Learn
how they influence, motivate, and enable others to
contribute to the effectiveness and success of their
respective organizations and how you can incorporate
their strategies into your own leadership plan.

MODERATOR
Francis X. Manning
Partner in Charge, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP
PANELISTS
Angela Snyder
President and CEO, The Bank
Judith L. Roman
President & CEO, AmeriHealth New Jersey
Dana Redd
Camden City Mayor

Click here to register.

Joseph Fetterman
Senior Vice President, Jones Lange LaSalle

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 4

GOVERNMENT ACTION SERIES
Communications &
Energy Committee
Sponsored by

State Affairs Committee
Featuring Assemblyman
John J. Burzichelli

Tuesday, October 25, 2011
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
The Mansion on Main Street, Voorhees
featuring

The Honorable
Lee Solomon

The members of the Chamber were informed about
current issues of interest to the business community in
Trenton by (pictured) Assemblyman John J. Burzichelli,
Deputy Speaker, NJ General Assembly, and Chairman,
lease join us to hear from President Solomon on the
Assembly Regulatory Oversight & Gaming Committee.
latest developments relative to the Energy Master Plan He also gave his thoughts on the upcoming elections.
and other BPU initiatives of interest to public utilities and the This event was sponsored by Horizon Blue Cross Blue
business community.
Shield New Jersey, Flaster Greenberg, PSE&G, Verizon
and South Jersey Industries.
Click here to register.
President
NJ Board of Public Utilities

P

Health Issues Committee
Featuring Dr. Joel Cantor, Director,
Center for State Health Policy
Members of
the Chamber
gathered at
the Mansion
to hear from
(pictured) Dr.
Joel Cantor,
Director,
Center for
State Health
Policy Rutgers
University. Dr.
Cantor discussed several pertinent health care issues
affecting the state, including the development of health
insurance exchanges and the academic work of the Center
for State Health Policy. The sponsors of this event were
AmeriHealth New Jersey, Lourdes Health System and
Bayada Nurses.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 5

At the Chamber’s first-ever Sustainability Conference, Chamber members were informed about best practices in
sustainability, as well as government programs that support sustainability initiatives in the private sector. This event was
sponsored by Manko Gold Katcher Fox LLP, Brandywine Realty Trust, Constellation Energy, and Jones Lang LaSalle.

PANEL 1: Best Practices in Sustainability
(From Left to Right):
John S. Kirk, Director of
Administration, Manko,
Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP;
Brad A. Molotsky,
Executive Vice President &
General Counsel,
Brandywine Realty Trust;
Dave Kitts, Vice President,
Environment, Mannington
Mills.

PANEL 2: Energy Alternatives, Conservation & Government
(From Left to Right):
Michael Winka, Director,
Office of Clean Energy, NJ
Board of Public Utilities;
Michael Smith, Senior Vice
President, Sustainability,
Constellation Energy; Matt
Weko, LEED AP, Senior
Vice President, Jones Lang
LaSalle; Michele N.
Siekera, Assistant
Commissioner, Economic
Growth & Green Energy
NJ Department of
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 6

NEW MEMBERS
ADVERTISING AGENCIES
Pfeiffer Advertising
Sewell, NJ
www.fifeadv.com
For 25 years our work has been
getting results from our customers
with fresh graphic design, and
maximum marketing directions.
BEVERAGES-WHOLESALE,
BOTTLING & DISTRIBUTION
Natural Wayz Wholesale, LLC
Cherry Hill, NJ
www.naturalwayzwholesale.com
We are the exclusive distributor for
the award winning ALO DRINK in
the Philadelphia/Southern New
Jersey region.

implementing complex energy
management programs by leveraging
our deep understanding of customer
challenges and requirements.
Comverge brings unparalleled
industry knowledge and experience
to offer the most reliable, easy-to-use,
and cost-effective intelligent energy
management solutions.
EDUCATION
Mathnasium of Cherry Hill
Cherry Hill, NJ
www.mathnasium.com

attitude toward the subject.
ENERGY SERVICE
Atlantic Wind Connection
Chevy Chase, MD
www.atlanticwindconnection.com
The Atlantic Wind Connection
(AWC) backbone transmission
project is led by well-established
independent transmission company
Trans-Elect with Atlantic Grid
Development as the project
developer and Good Energies.
CONTINUED ON PAGE 11.

Our goal is to significantly increase
your child's math skills, understanding
of math concepts, and overall school
performance while building
confidence and forging a positive

CONSULTANTS
Career Quest Coaching
Cherry Hill, NJ
www.career-quest-coaching.com
Career Quest Coaching takes the
overwhelming process of career
decision into an interactive, highly
effective program that makes the
journey as rewarding as the
destination.
CONSULTANTS-ENERGY
The Energy Team
Southampton, NJ
www.yourenergyteam.com
The Energy Team is a "One Stop
Shop" for energy efficiency products
and services. Our 5,000 square
foot facility boasts a large
showroom, training center and
production warehouse.
DEMAND RESPONSE
PROVIDER/UTILITIES
Comverge
Kennett Square, PA
www.comverge.com
Comverge takes the risk out of
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 7

BUSINESS
EXPO 2011
Kuzina by Sofia won “Best Restaurant” in Restaurant Row! Pictured from L to R: Mary Malloy,
Manager, Special Events, CCSNJ; James Ziereis, Vice President Conventions, Hotel Sales, Caesars EntertainmentAtlantic City Operations; Debra DiLorenzo, President and CEO, CCSNJ; Sofia Karakasidou, Kuzina by Sofia; Assad
Khoury, Owner, Kuzina by Sofia; Meredith Lorrilliere, Director, Special Events, Marketing and Communications,
CCSNJ; Sylvie Galiazzi, Kuzina by Sofia; and Kathleen Davis, Executive Vice President and COO, CCSNJ.

SPECIAL THANKS TO
OUR SPONSORS

We would like to thank our Business Expo 2011 sponsors for
their generous support: TD Bank; Verizon; Virtua; The
Inquirer/Daily News/philly.com; Ancero; Atlantic City
International Airport; Caesars Entertainment; Constellation
Energy; Kistler Tiffany Benefits; New Jersey Economic
Development Authority; PSE&G; The Richard Stockton
College of New Jersey; Sun Farm Network; T&M Associates;
and Walmart. And our supporting sponsors: AEX
Convention Services; Balloon Celebrations; Crowne Plaza
Cherry Hill; and Sign A Rama Cherry Hill. The outstanding
commitment of these companies is key not only to the success of
Business Expo 2011, but also to the overall success of our
organization, and the activities and programs we provide.

Pictured above is Sign A Rama Cherry Hill’s booth.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 8

Pictured above is Camden County Improvement Authority’s
booth.

Spectrum Marketing won
“Most Informative” booth! Pictured from L to R:
James Ziereis, Vice President Conventions, Hotel Sales,
Caesars Entertainment-Atlantic City Operations; Mary
Beth Caporelli, Spectrum Marketing; Robert Schwartz,
Vice President, Sales, Spectrum Marketing; Mary Malloy,
Manager, Special Events, CCSNJ; Meredith Lorrilliere,
Director, Special Events, Marketing and Communications,
CCSNJ; Debra DiLorenzo, President and CEO, CCSNJ;
and Kathleen Davis, Executive Vice President and COO,
CCSNJ.

Sensational Host Caterers won “Most
Creative” Booth! Pictured from L to R: James Ziereis,
Vice President Conventions, Hotel Sales, Caesars
Entertainment-Atlantic City Operations; Mary Malloy,
Manager, Special Events, CCSNJ; Meredith Lorrilliere,
Director, Special Events, Marketing and Communications,
CCSNJ; Debra DiLorenzo, President and CEO, CCSNJ;
Cory Gosik, Sales and Operations Director, Sensational
Host; Keegan Gosik, Sales & Marketing Director,
Sensational Host; Kathleen Davis, Executive Vice President
and COO, CCSNJ.

Business Expo 2011 was the Chamber’s
first-ever Green-e Energy Certified Business
Expo courtesy of Constellation Energy an
Expo sponsor. Energy use for the event
will be matched with 100 percent wind
Renewable Energy Credits
(RECS). Constellation was named Best of
Show for their impressive exhibit, making
the Expo green, and promoting
networking at the show through a
matching game with attendees. Pictured
from L to R: Mary Malloy, Manager,
Special Events, CCSNJ; Kathleen Davis,
Executive Vice President and COO,
CCSNJ; Debra DiLorenzo, President and
CEO, CCSNJ; Bonnie Graziano, Business
Development Manager, Constellation
Energy; James Ziereis, Vice President
Conventions, Hotel Sales, Caesars
Entertainment-Atlantic City Operations;
Angela Kawalski, Marketing AnalystGreat Lakes/Ohio Valley Region,
Constellation Energy; Stephen King,
Director of Sales, Constellation Energy;
Shaun Bodrog, Business Development
Manager, Constellation Energy; Jared
Bruley, Marketing Associate, Constellation
Energy; and Meredith Lorrilliere, Director,
Special Events, Marketing and
Communications, CCSNJ.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 9

MEMBERSHIP
2011 Net work Connection Series
NOVEMBER

OCTOBER
20

11:45 a.m.

Braddock’s, Medford

3
10
17

11:45 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
11:45 a.m.

Lamberti, Cherry Hill
Adelphia, Deptford
Braddock’s, Medford

SPONSORED BY:

MEMBER NEWS
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Continuum Health Alliance and
Atlantic Health System (AHS)
announced today that they are
working together to offer primary
care physicians in Northern New
Jersey solutions to better serve their
patients and communities in the
changing health care landscape.
Through their collaboration, AHS,
the region’s largest health care
system, and Continuum, the state’s
premier health care management
company, are developing an AHS
affiliated primary care network of
physicians, called Primary Care
Partners.
Wells Fargo & Company announced
that it has extended more than $1
billion in SBA 7(a) loans to small
businesses in the current federal
fiscal year (beginning Oct. 1,
2010), becoming the first lender to
reach this milestone in a year. The
company hit the $1 billion mark in
August, 11 months into the current
federal fiscal year. Wells Fargo has
loaned 27 percent more SBA 7(a)
loan dollars to small businesses
during the 12 months ending August

2011 compared to the same period a
year ago.

Certified Public Accountants as one of
the top 500 CPAs firm in the country.

AmeriQuest Transportation Services in
Cherry Hill, with revenues last year
exceeding $400 million, took 23rd place
on a list of the “Top 100” largest
privately-held companies in the state of
New Jersey. The list was issued by
NJBIZ, a New Jersey statewide business
newspaper. AmeriQuest moved up five
places on the list since last year, when it
reported revenues in excess of $350
million. The company also jumped to 4th
place among South Jersey businesses
and to 3rd place among companies in the
transportation industry.

The Alloy Silverstein Group
conducted their quarterly survey of
over 1,500 New Jersey and
Philadelphia CEOs and CFOs, and
the results paint a picture of skeptical
stability. Seventy nine percent of
respondents are anticipating little to
no economic growth during the next
six months, and although the majority
of respondents continue to describe
unemployment as the most important
and uncertain issue both locally and
nationally, half still do not carry plans
to hire over the next year.

Fargo Insurance Services – part of Wells
Fargo & Company - have acquired
Procomp Benefit Resources, Inc. an
employee benefits brokerage and
consulting firm based in Hazlet, New
Jersey. The acquisition closed on Sept. 1,
2011.

Advocare announced that Drs. Lerch,
Amato and Associates Pediatric &
Adolescent Medicine will join
Advocare. Under its new name,
Advocare Lerch & Amato Pediatrics
will continue to provide high quality
medical care to infants, children and
adolescents.

Alloy, Silverstein, Shapiro, Adams,
Mulford, Cicalese, Wilson & Co., the 20th
largest accounting firm with the offices in
the Philadelphia area, was recently
recognized by the American Institute of

Nikoleta G. Tzaferos joins
Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell &
Hippel LLP's Cherry Hill New Jersey
office as an associate in the Litigation
CONTINUED ON PAGE 11.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 10

MEMBER NEWS CONT’D FROM PAGE 10.

Department. Tzaferos is also a
trained mediator and has mediated
various claims in small claims court in
Atlantic City, New Jersey.

APPOINTMENTS
Henry F. Acchione, Jr., a renowned
construction professional, joins
Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell &
Hippel LLP's Litigation Department as
of counsel. Acchione offers over 40
years of diverse experience in the
construction industry.
Ballard Spahr announces that Justice
Roberto A. Rivera-Soto, a
distinguished jurist who served for
seven years on the Supreme Court of
New Jersey, has joined the firm as a
partner in their Cherry Hill office.
Justice Rivera-Soto was the first
Hispanic American to serve on New
Jersey’s high court.

NEW MEMBERS
CONT’D. FROM PAGE 7.

ENGINEERING &
ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
McCormick Taylor
Philadelphia, PA
www.mccormicktaylor.com
McCormick Taylor provides all
aspects of planning and
engineering. Our diversified staff
includes includes leading civil and
structural engineers. Our goal is to
utilize design and environmental
practices.
FINANCIAL SERVICES
Janney Montgomery Scott, LLC
Philadelphia, PA
www.janney.com
Established in 1832, Janney
Montgomery Scott, LLC provides
comprehensive financial advice
and superior service to individual,
corporate and institutional
investors.

Moorestown business law attorney
Julie A. LaVan, Esq., of LaVan Law was
recently named by SJ Magazine as a
2011 Top Attorney in the area of Labor
and Employment. Ms. LaVan, a resident
of Moorestown, concentrates her
practice in the representation of small-tomedium-sized businesses and
corporations across a wide range of
industries, including corporate and
commercial real estate, environmental,
and labor and employment issues.
Helene Burns, MSN, RN, has been
named Vice President of Clinical
Services for Kennedy University Hospital
in Stratford, NJ. In this position, Ms.
Burns, who joined
Kennedy in 2008 as Assistant Vice
President, will oversee the operational
and clinical aspects of care at Kennedy
Stratford, an acute care hospital with
more than 800 employees.

EVENTS
On October 20, 2011, Flaster
Greenberg is hosting the Estate
Planning for the Young Professional.
This event will be located at the
Richard J. Flaster Conference Center,
1810 Chapel Avenue West, Cherry
Hill, NJ 08002. This seminar will
provide young professionals with the
tools needed to establish a strategic
estate plan to protect themselves and
their families. Click here to register for
this event.
-TESTIMONIAL-



The Chamber is a
fabulous networking
tool that also keeps it's
members up to date
with what's going on in
our government and
our community.”

Georgia Gutekunst
Medtalents, Inc
MetLife Solutions Group
Mt. Laurel, NJ
www.metlife.com
Provider of Employee Benefits,
Retirement Plans, Group Health
Insurance, Disability insurance,
Business Planning Solutions,
Property, Casualty and Personal
Financial Solutions.
INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE
SERVICES
City Wide of South Jersey
Medford, NJ
www.gocitywide.com
City Wide is a sales and
management company for the
facilities maintenance industry. We
save our clients time and money.
REAL ESTATE-BROKERS
Coldwell Banker Preferred
Haddonfield, NJ
www.cbpref.com/haddonfield

Located in Historic Haddonfield,
experience why Coldwell Banker
Preferred is a different kind of real
estate company.
SPORTS-PROFESSIONAL
Philadelphia Eagles Football Club
Philadelphia, PA
www.philadelphiaeagles.com
Lincoln Financial Field, home to the
Philadelphia Eagles, has opened its
doors to the public for special events
and meetings.
TELEVISION-BROADCAST
Telemundo - Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA
www.holaciudad.com
Locel Telemundo affiliate. Strong ties
with Latino community. Serves the tristate area - Pennsylvania, Southern
New Jersey and Delaware.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 11

BUSINESS RESOURCES
MEMBER ACCESS PROGRAM
One of the most valuable benefits of Chamber membership is the ability to tap into the growing network of fellow
Chamber members. The CCSNJ Member Access Program (MAP) is designed to make it easy for you to contact and do
business with the Chamber’s network of members. The MAP program provides you with information on all Chamber
members in the following options:

Mailing Label Program
Pressure-sensitive label set for the main company representative only ……………. $125.00
Pressure-sensitive label set for all member company representatives …….……...… $175.00
Custom label set ………...……………………………………..………………………………………………..… Call for Pricing
Allow three working days; prices include tax, shipping and handling.

Database Program
One-time Database Program enrollment fee ……………………………………….. $250.00
• Excel database records include: main contact name, company, address, phone
number, number of employees and business classification.
• The enrollment fee enables your company to access database updates as long as you
remain a Chamber member in good standing.
Database Updates ……………………………………………...………….…...……………..... $75.00
Allow three working days; prices include tax, shipping and handling
Call Carol Revak at (856) 424-7776 extension 121 or click here for more information
or to purchase these valuable marketing tools.
-ADVERTORIAL-

Wellness Tip:

B

Breadsticks, biscuits, and
chips and salsa may be
complimentary at some
restaurants, but that doesn’t
mean you won’t pay for them.
Every time you eat one of
Olive Garden's free
breadsticks or Red Lobster's
Cheddar Bay Biscuits, you're
adding an additional 150
calories to your meal. Eat
three over the course of

dinner and that's 450 calories.
That's also roughly the number
of calories you can expect for
every basket of tortilla chips
you get at your local Mexican
restaurant. What's worse, none
of these calories comes paired
with any redeeming nutritional
value. Consider them junk food
on steroids.
Source: 20 Habits That Make
You Fat

For more information, please contact:
Beth.Sweeney@amerihealth.com

What’s In It
For You?
Know a company that is not a member of the
Chamber? Invite them to attend our upcoming,
“What’s In It For You?” event on October 26, 10:00
to 11:30 a.m. at The Mansion on Main Street for a
FREE orientation about the benefits of membership in
the Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey.
By joining the Chamber, businesses can generate
numerous leads at our various events and meetings.
We also offer cost-effective advertising and
marketing opportunities to provide you with a
competitive edge in a dynamic marketplace. And
the Chamber also works hard to maintain a healthy
business climate and represent your interests.
Contact Jean Bard at (856)424-7776 ext. 125 for
more information.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 10-11 | PAGE 12

THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY “THE REVIEW” OCTOBER 2011

OCTOBER

MONDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

17

Rutgers Outlook 18
7:45 a.m.
Crowne Plaza
Cherry Hill

State Affairs
8:15 a.m.
The Mansion
Voorhees

19

Networking Lunch20
11:45 a.m.
Braddock’s
Medford

21

24

Comm & Energy25
8:00 a.m.
The Mansion
Voorhees

What’s in it For You
26
10:00 a.m.
The Mansion
Voorhees

27

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TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

MONDAY

NOVEMBER

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1

2

Networking Lunch
11:45 a.m.
Lamberti
Cherry Hill

3

4

BAB Cafe Madison
7
5:30 p.m.
Café Madison
Riverside

8

9

Networking Brk’fst
10
8:30 a.m.
Adelphia
Deptford

11

14

15

16

Networking Lunch17
11:45 a.m.
Braddock’s
Medford

21

22

23

24

28

Piazza 6014 at Main Street
Voorhees, NJ 08043-4659
856.424.7776
856.424.8180 FAX

Non-Profit
Workshop
8:00 a.m.
Crowne Plaza
Cherry Hill

29

State Affairs
8:15 a.m.
The Mansion
Voorhees

Leadership
Workshop
8:00 a.m.
The Mansion
Voorhees

18

25

30

CHAIRWOMAN
Judith L. Roman
President & CEO
AmeriHealth New Jersey

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PRESIDENT & CEO
Debra P. DiLorenzo
EDITOR
Meredith Lorrilliere


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