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Chasing leads at Battle of the Business 5K run

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The NJBIZ staff participated in the Battle of the Business 5K run (and 5K walk for some people, like me) in Florham Park last night. Our team name was "Chasing Leads" (hat tip to Joe St. Arney), which could apply to both the editorial and sales departments. Can you find your favorite NJBIZ employees in this slideshow? There are also photos of employees from Sobel & Co. and Regent Atlantic Capital. For Regent, two employees dressed up as Gumby and Pokey. When I asked why they were dressed that way, one replied: why WOULDN'T we be dressed that way. A fair point to ponder.

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The NJBIZ staff participated in the Battle of the Business 5K run (and 5K walk for some people, like me) in Florham Park last night. Our team name was "Chasing Leads" (hat tip to Joe St. Arney), which could apply to both the editorial and sales departments. Can you find your favorite NJBIZ employees in this slideshow? There are also photos of employees from Sobel & Co. and Regent Atlantic Capital. For Regent, two employees dressed up as Gumby and Pokey. When I asked why they were dressed that way, one replied: why WOULDN'T we be dressed that way. A fair point to ponder.

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