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Ocean County Business Association Hosts Annual Open House

When

Thursday, Apr. 4, 2013
11:30 AM - 2:00 PM

Where

Clarion Hotel & Conference Ctr 815 Route 37 West Toms River, NJ 08755 Directions

Description

The Ocean County Business Association (OCBA) is showing clips from a “Sandy” documentary and hosting a panel discussion on the effects super storm Sandy had on Ocean County businesses and how the affected businesses plan to move forward, at its annual open house at Clarion Hotel and Conference Center (formerly the Quality Inn), 815 Route 37 West, Toms River, Thursday, April 4, 2013, 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

The panel includes The Honorable Thomas Kelaher, Mayor, Toms River; Michael Mastronardy, chief of police, Toms River; Leslie Knox, Andrew K. Knox & Co., a public insurance adjuster and OCBA member; and Chuck Laing, construction consultant and OCBA member. OCBA Member Sandra Levine, Sandra Levine Productions, will show clips from her Super Storm Sandy documentary. A question and answer period will follow.
A luncheon and the meeting are open to members of OCBA, their employees and guests; prospective members, and members of the media. A buffet lunch will begin at 11:30; the panel discussion at noon.

Price

Event Price: $20.00 Member Price: $20.00 Early Bird Price: $20.00 Early Bird End Date: Monday, Mar. 25, 2013 Additional Information: The luncheon costs $20.00, but is free for prospective members and the media. Reservations are required. To register, contact Stephanie Slevin by March 25, 2013, at info@OceanCountyBusinessAssociation.com. For further information call 866-606-6222 or visit www.OceanCountyBusinessAssociation.com.

Website

Event Website: http://www.oceancountybusinessassociation.com/ Online Registration Available: Yes

Industry

Small Business

Event Type

Lunch

Contact Information

Stephanie Slevin info@OceanCountyBusinessAssociation.com Phone: (866) 606-6222

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