EDISON — The Edison Chamber of Commerce has launched a new magazine, called Edison Quality of Life. The full color, 25-page publication brings together the best and the brightest beacons of Edison and takes you on a tour of the community. It was written with both the new resident and new business in mind, according to chamber officials.
Chamber President Barbara C. Roos said, “As the fifth largest township in the state, Edison is a vibrant community and one of the fastest growing communities in New Jersey. We are proud of our history and more proud of our future as the place to live and do business”.
The publication is free and can be picked up at the Edison Chamber of Commerce office at 336 Raritan Center, Edison Township Municipal Building, weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Edison/Metuchen YMCA and Jewish Community Center on Oak Tree Road, Columbia Banks at Talmadge Road and Raritan Center, Skylands Community Banks on Talmadge and Oak Tree Road, Devine’s Pharmacy and Post Office on Oak Tree Road, and the Sheraton Hotel in the Raritan Center.
For people requesting the publication be mailed, there is a postage and handling fee of $1.25. The chamber is encouraging commercial real estate offices to distribute the publication to potential new business people. Call the Edison Chamber of Commerce office to arrange to pick up a quantity of magazines at 1-732-738-9482.
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