• THE BUSINESS OF EDISON

    The blog of the Edison Chamber of Commerce

    Ed Garber, a member of the Edison Chamber of Commerce, is currently collecting clothes, food, toiletries and cash ( until the end of this week ) for the people of ECUADOR who have been destroyed by an earthquake a couple weeks ago. One of Ed's clients was born in Ecuador with family still in the country, you may drop off these items at Ed Garber's office located at: 1163 Inman Ave, Suite 102 B, Edison, NJ 08820. Please call him 908-756-2224 in order to schedule your drop off time. Thank you.

    As we told you last week we have three great opportunities to get in front of potential new customers in the next month and a half. We are able to offer our members a greater than 50% discount over what these would cost for non-members.

    Each year the Edison Chamber of Commerce hosts the best restaurants of Middlesex County and surrounding towns to raise awareness of the amazing diversity and quality of dining in our home county. Your business can put itself in front of 50 food and drink providers and the more than 500 expected attendees by donating a door prize worth $25 or more. Door prizes can be items, gift certificates, or cash we can use to purchase an item in your business’s name.

    The Edison Chamber at the Annual Flower ShowThe first thing visitors to the New Jersey Flower and Garden Show last weekend saw was a giant floral E and a banner announcing the Edison Chamber of Commerce. Thanks go to our own Joe Coyle and Joe Cascio (of the NJ Expo and Convention Center) for pulling this together. We have some pictures on our website if you want to check them out.

    Originating from New Delhi, India, Seema worked in Spain for 17 years as a retail store manager before moving to the United States in 1996. Upon arriving her, Seema joined Bank of America (Fleet Bank) as a customer service rep in the individual banking department. She steadily moved up to the position of Assistant Vice President as a Premier Client Manager with hard work and ability to adapt and enhance her knowledge and expertise in the finance industry. Seema won various prestigious awards year after

    Rose Checchio is co-Owner of Little Genius Academy, a long-term member of the Edison Chamber of Commerce, and a Councilwoman in Scotch Plains, NJ. The following letter was first published in TAP Into ... Scotch Plains. Dear Editor: Today is the first day of October, which means it’s Breast Cancer Awareness month. On June 17, 2015, I was diagnosed with triple negative, stage 3 breast cancer. Why me? Why now? How? Those were my initial thoughts on being diagnosed. I am a wife and a mother of an

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