Central New Jersey Regional Chamber of Commerce expands to include unrepresented communities


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The Jamesburg Monroe Regional Chamber of Commerce officially rebranded to the Central New Jersey Regional (CNJR) Chamber of Commerce as of May 1.

Its recent growth has sparked the need to expand the chamber’s outreach to include support to neighboring communities that are unrepresented, such as Spotswood, Helmetta, Milltown, South Brunswick and East Windsor.

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The benefits to the business community will be enhanced with more diverse programming such as fundraising events, award galas, after hour socials and an ever-growing agenda of educational seminars offered through a newly formed Speaker’s Bureau. There will be numerous opportunities, as well, for members to receive increased business exposure through spotlight presentations, digital marketing on the chamber’s social platforms, and by participating on committees.

The CNJR Chamber of Commerce held its first networking event virtually through Zoom on June 3. The CNJRCC officially launched its new branding by holding a Rewards Recognition Ceremony to honor teachers and students from the Monroe Township and Spotswood high
schools who participated in a contest offered by the Chamber’s Board members to create the chamber’s new logo. The winning logo was designed by Spotswood High School senior, Sheliza Dollete, under the guidance of Joseph Schwartz, Computer Graphic Design teacher.

“I couldn’t be prouder of what we have accomplished,” said Carol DiCola, president of the CNJRCC. “Just the support we are getting and that everyone that is a part of this chamber has embraced our mission and excited about the growth of the future, makes me happy and proud to be the president of this chamber.”

For more information, visit https://cnjrchamber.org/

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