The Greater Ocean Township Chamber of Commerce’s (GOTCC) and the Eatontown Industrial Park Association will be networking together when the Asbury Park Press/Gannett NJ serves as the host to them for a networking breakfast at 3600 Highway 66, Neptune, in the AIG building opposite Home Depot.
The event will begin at 8 a.m. on March 8 and last about an hour and a half. The event will be open to anyone in business who wishes to attend, but is limited to the first 150 people who register in advance. It will include a continental breakfast, networking time and speaker Hollis Towns, executive editor of the Asbury Park Press/Vice President of Gannett News Jersey, who will address the topic of “how to get your business published.” The event will also help Neptune’s 9 Seidle children, who suffered the tragic loss of their mother in June in an act of domestic violence. For more information, visit GOTCC.org/seidle.html or the archive on the Press’s site APP.com.
Admission is a $10 or greater food or clothing gift card, that will be donated to the Seidles. Anyone who arrives without a gift card will be charged $10 that will be used to purchase cards for them. The GOTCC is also sponsoring an on-going gift card collection campaign for the Seidles. Food or clothing gift cards can be dropped off at various locations in Ocean and Neptune, including Shop Rite, Lester Glenn Ford, Gold Coast Cadillac, Retro Fitness of Neptune City and the GOTCC office.
Reservations can be made at GOTCC.org or by calling 732-660-1888.