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Madison/Chatham Chamber Presents Online Media Speaker at Breakfast


MADISON, NJ -  The Madison/Chatham Chamber of Commerce will meet tomorrow morning, June 11, for breakfast at 8 a.m., Charlie Brown’s Steakhouse, 522 Southern Blvd. in Chatham. 

This is an opportunity to network with other Madison/Chatham Chamber members and attend a presentation on maximizing online media for any business.  The presentation will provide some tools in developing and understanding more effective ways to drive more sales and customers to a business through online methods – websites, Google, Facebook, etc.

The presentation will be provided by guest speaker, Camille Lo Sapio of NJN Publishing.  Lo Sapio is a multi-media specialist with 25 years of experience in sales, advertising and marketing.  More recently, she has worked in the capacity of an online Sales Manager and will provide an overview of media solutions designed to increase sales activity and visability.

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The cost for breakfast and the presentation is $10 per person

Ken Toumey, President of the Madison/Chatham Chamber said “This is a terrific opportunity to connect with other chamber members, exchange ideas and learn some critical trending concepts with respect to online practices.”  

“We live in an online world these days, and if we want to increase businesses opportunities,  we all need to forge in a progressive direction incorporating new media practices.  I hope we see a good showing of members tomorrow,” Toumey said.

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