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Madison Chamber Awards Dinner and Celebration of 70 Years


MADISON, NJ - The Madison Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner will be held on June 11 at the Hamilton Park Hotel and Conference Center, 175 Park Ave. in Florham Park at 6 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person.

 “This is an important event because this dinner gives everyone including chamber members, businesses and government officials the opportunity to come together, recognize contributions and celebrate great accomplishments of the year,” said Ken Toumey, President of the Madison Chamber of Commerce.

“We are celebrating the 70th year of the Madison Chamber of Commerce, and it could not have happened without commitment, expertise and time from volunteers.  It’s a vibrant organization which recognizes important contributors to the wonderful experience of living, shopping, dining and conducting business in Madison,” he said.

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This year the Chamber of Commerce will be inducting Pete Daniele of Rose City Collision into the Madison Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame.  Daniele was born and raised in Madison, a businessman who has been involved with Madison for many years giving of his time, efforts and resources to make the community a better place.

“We will honor Pete, and we will recognize the fellowship and the positive relationships that have been developed over time.  This organization has a special pulse of the heart that brings support, corroboration and caring into our town,” Toumey said.

Awards, cash bar, casual attire, door prizes and more.  For more information, go to

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