Edison Chamber Announces Upcoming Events

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EDISON – The Edison Chamber of Commerce has announced several upcoming events.

On Tuesday, Jan. 24, Edison Mayor Antonia Ricigliano will give her annual State of Edison Township Address at 7 p.m. at the Pines Manor, Edison. There is no fee to attend the Address. No advance registration is required.

In addition to the public address, there will be a cocktail reception from 5:30 to 7 p.m. when people will have the opportunity to networking with state, county and local public officials and key Edison Township administration personnel. It will be widely attended by the business and community leaders. The Pines Manor will serve food and there will be an open bar. Admission is $60 per person. All are welcome. The Cocktail Reception is sponsored by Eisner/Amper, JFK Health System, Hartz Mountain Industries, NJ.com, Summit Associates, TD Bank, Automatic Rolls of NJ, Columbia Bank, PSE&G, Mezzacca & Kwasnik, Spectrum for Living, Tri-Form Construction, GEICO and Wilentz Goldman & Spitzer.

To register, call the Edison Chamber of Commerce at 1-732-738-9482, or register online at www.EdisonChamber.com.

On Thursday, Feb. 2, the Edison Chamber of Commerce will co-host a business mixer with the Heritage at Clara Barton. It is a Wake Up Edison business mixer on ground hog day from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Come out to know if the local groundhog sees his shadow. The Heritage at Clara Barton is located at 1015 Amboy Avenue, Edison. Advance registration is suggested by calling the Edison Chamber of Commerce at 1-732-738-9482 or register online at: www.EdisonChamber.com. Admission is $15 for members, $30 non-members. First time guests may attend for free but must pre-register by calling the chamber office.

On Wednesday, Feb. 29, the Edison Chamber of Commerce will co-host a Zodiac Business Mixer with Lola’s Latin Bistro. Do you read your Zodiac sign daily? Is it mostly true? Sign up to attend and see what’s in store for the fun ice breaker! People in the business community are encouraged to attend a fun networking evening at Lola’s Latin Bistro from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at 87 Central Avenue, Metuchen. Advance registration is suggested by calling the Edison Chamber of Commerce at 1-732-738-9482 or register online at www.EdisonChamber.com. Admission is $15 for members, $30 for non-members. First time guests may attend for free but must pre-register by calling the chamber office.

The 15th Annual Taste of Middlesex is March 19. Fifty restaurants, caterers and beverage distributors are expected again this year. The Edison Chamber of Commerce hosts this annual event at the Pines Manor, Edison, where between 800-1,000 people come to sample fine foods and drinks from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Registration for restaurants, caterers and beverage distributors are being accepted now; limited to 50 tables. A portion of the event proceeds benefit the Edison Chamber of Commerce, Middlesex County College Foundation Scholarships, and Hands for Hope. Attendees are encouraged to bring non-perishable foods for C.A.R.E and Hands for Hope Pantry. Corporate sponsors are welcome, $2,500 to $500. Program ads run $300 to $75.

Event tickets on sale online www.EdisonChamber.com. Advance ticket: $50. Advance Senior over 65 years: $40. Individual ticket for Reserved Table of 10: $45. At door ticket: $55. Major credit cards accepted. All ticket purchasers will receive a complimentary discount dining card. Call Edison Chamber of Commerce 1-732-738-9482. The master of ceremony will be Joe Amore, General Manager, Pines Manor. For a current list of participants, go to www.EdisonChamber.com. As of Jan. 13, corporate event sponsors include Ideal Media, Bayshore Recycling, StopNShop-Edison, Wegmans-Woodbridge, NJ.com, Automatic Rolls of NJ, and Columbia Bank.


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