January 24, 2014 at 3:47 PM
SPARTA, NJ- Members of the Sparta Chamber Council were dodging snowflakes on Tuesday morning as they made their Ambassador visits to new local businesses. Following their breakfast meeting at St Moritz, Maryann Ryan of Hello Neighbor, Doug Radford President of Realty Executives and Pauline Richards of Achieving Excellence educational tutoring, visited Renaissance Arts Center.
The Art school is located at 83 Woodport Road is operated by Rebecca Scinto. Students can study various forms of art including painting, drawing, sculpture, collage and photography. Scinto offers group lessons as well as private instruction. For additional information about the school go to http://www.renaissanceartschool.com/.
They next went to see attorney Richard Luzzi's office on 6 Apple Tree Lane. Oller & Luzzi is a general practice firm specializing in real estate transactions, estate planning and administration and more. He has been practicing law for 24 years and is a Sparta resident. Find more at http://www.oller-luzzi.com/.
The last visit was the sweetest. Colleen Daly very recently opened the Cupcake Cafe at 55 Sparta Avenue, offering a charming little shop to stop in for a sweet treat.
New Sparta businesses can request a Chamber Council Ambassador visit by calling 973-579-1811 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. The Sparta Chamber Council is affilitated with the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce.