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Basking Ridge Business Alliance Begins 2017 by Voting in Officers for Year

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BASKING RIDGE, NJ-  More than 20 local business owners and members of the Basking Ridge Business Alliance gathered for the group's first meeting of 2017 at the Bernards Township Community Center, and voted in the leadership for 2017, including Bill Youngblood as president and Joan Triano as vice-president for the year. 

Also in attendance was Bernards Township resident and Carolyn Gaziano, who just six days ago became the mayor of Bernards Township for the year. Gaziano will be the special speaker at the next BRBA meeting held at the same location on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at 8 a.m..

The Basking Ridge Business Alliance is a non-profit organization of local business people and residents. 
It's vision is to successfully promote business prosperity and a healthy community in Basking Ridge. It's mission is to focus on helping businesses and the community work together, nurturing positive growth and interaction, and to preserve those unique qualities that make Basking Ridge a very special place in which to live and work.






2017 Basking Ridge Business Alliance Board Members

  •  President                           Bill Youngblood (Welcome to the Neighborhood)      
  •  Vice President                   Joan Triano (Somerset Hills Property Management)
  •  Secretary/Winter Market     Ann Moore (Coldwell Banker Basking Ridge)
  •  Treasurer                           Jill Faherty (Coldwell Banker Bernardsville)
  •  Communications                Kim Pearlstein (Pearlmark LLC)
  •  Web Site                            Sue Kessel (Chatham Print and Design)
  •  Membership                      Jill Cooley (Prudential Advisors)
  •  Merchants Committee       Fred Luthy (Avatar Telecom & Energy Solutions)
  •  Program/Events                Bruce Ficken (Gladstone Wealth Group)
  •  Social Media                     Ryan McCloskey (Computer Sharp - IT Services)

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