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NRBP's Let's Do Lunch at Courtyard by Marriott Newark Downtown

When

Friday, Jan. 25, 2013
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Where

Courtyard by Marriott Newark Downtown 858 Broad Street Newark, NJ 07102 Directions

Description

Courtyard by Marriott Newark Downtown, the first new hotel built in Newark in nearly 40 years will be the location for NRBP’s first Let’s Do Lunch of the new year. Hosted by the hotel and sponsored by Investors Bank, the luncheon will provide an opportunity to tour the hotel as well as network with other fellow members. All attendees (as of January 23) will be given a list of registrants when they arrive and will have the chance to win door prizes.

Based on very positive response to our structured networking, we will again offer the chance for in depth connections with your fellow attendees using "rounds" to facilitate conversation. There is plenty of time to make additional contacts during less formal conversation.

The seven-story, 150-room Courtyard by Marriott Newark Downtown features The Bistro restaurant, a fitness center, guest laundry, business center, free wi-fi, and The Market, a 24/7 shop for snacks and beverages.

Investors Bank, an independent, full-service community bank serves a wide range of consumer, business, commercial real estate, non-profit and local government customers at over 80 branches across NJ and NY including several branches in Newark. It is the third largest bank in NJ, and recently rebranded itself as Investors Bank as a part of a broader shift to become a full service commercial bank.

Sponsors

Newark Regional Business Partnership

Price

Event Price: $50.00 Member Price: $25.00 Additional Information: NRBP members pay only $25 (non-members-$50) if registered and paid by January 23. After January 23, all attendees add $10. Cancellations must be faxed or e-mailed two days prior to event to qualify for a refund. ‘No shows’ will be billed.

Industry

Nonprofits

Event Type

Networking Reception

Age Limit

21+

Contact Information

Marci Steinberg info@newarkrbp.org Phone: (973) 522-0099

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