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Business Owners and Entrepreneurs Pack into the Union County Means Business Expo

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Business Owners and Entrepreneurs Pack into the Union County Means Business Expo Credits: Kathy Lloyd
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Union County Freeholders Bette Jane Kowalski, Linda Carter, Alexander Mirabella and Vernell Wright joined Union County Manager Alfred Faella at the event. Credits: Jim Lowney/County of Union
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ROSELLE, NJ - Business owners and entrepreneurs from all over Union County came out on Tuesday evening to the Union County Means Business Expo. 

The annual event held this year at the new Warinanco Park Sports Center in Roselle, drew a large crowd as many organizations and business owners displayed their products and services.

Union County Freeholders Bette Jane Kowalski, Linda Carter, Alexander Mirabella and Vernell Wright joined Union County Manager Alfred Faella at the event. The Expo is designed to help local businesses and entrepreneurs build their networks and grow their brands in a stylish, contemporary environment.

For more information about Union County Means Business visit ucnj.org/ucmb or contact Deana Mesaros at 908-659-7412 or dmesaros@ucnj.org.

 

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