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Business Socials


The Economic & Business Development Commission holds Business Socials throughout the year at a sponsored facility in Hillsborough, NJ.  Please contact us if you are interested in hosting an event in 2013. 

There are generally tables available for placing business cards and literature as well as door prizes.

The fee is $10 for registered businesses or $15 at the door.  

Please see below
 for more information on previously held Business Social Events.

If you would like additional information or wish to attend, please contact:

Gene Strupinsky
Business Advocate
Hillsborough Township
908-369-4313 ext. 106
908-369-3954 (fax)


 



15th Hillsborough Township EBDC Business Social

Lieutenant Governor Praises Hillsborough's Economic Action Plan


Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno, who served as keynote speaker at Thursday's Economic and Business Development Commission (EBDC) Business Social event at Roycebrook Golf Club, praised Hillsborough's Economic Action Plan, which was initiated in 2009 by Mayor Frank DelCore and the Hillsborough Township Committee. 

Lieutenant Governor Guadagno, who currently serves as the head of the NJ Red Tape Review Commission, touted Hillsborough's Economic Action Plan, which is designed to move the bureaucracy of the way of local business, as the "right" way to be handling the current economic state.

(Pictured l-r):  Mayor Frank DelCore and Lieutenant Governor Guadagno

In speaking to the crowd of over two-hundred local business representatives and dignitaries, Lieutenant Governor Guadagno, who previously served as a federal prosecutor in the United States Attorney's office, as an Assistant Attorney General in New Jersey, and Monmouth County's first woman Sheriff, stated, "Hillsborough is doing it the right way and I know because I have been around the State. I know that the way to put people back to work is to get the local businesses involved and streamline regulations. That is exactly what Hillsborough is doing."

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