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Assembly Members Danielsen, DeAngelo, Karabinchak and Zwicker to Take Part in 'Make It & Move It Middlesex'

Assemblyman Robert Karabinchak Credits: Official photo

NORTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - New Jersey State Assembly members Joseph Danielsen, Wayne DeAngelo, Robert Karabinchak and Andrew Zwicker will join the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce (MCRCC) tomorrow for a new economic development series designed to connect the region's business community with legislators and county resources. 


The series, Make It & Move It Middlesex, is a continuation of the September 2017 Middlesex County Business Summit where attendees were able to navigate the many business resources provided by Middlesex County.


"At its core, the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce serves as a conduit to local, county, and statewide resources to make sure our Central Jersey business community thrives," said Lina Llona, President, MCRCC & Convention and Visitors Bureau. 

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This installment of Make It & Move It Middlesex will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, February 28, 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at Advanced Analytical Testing Laboratories, 30 Silver Line Drive, First Floor, North Brunswick, NJ. 


Bert Baron of WCTC 1450-AM will moderate the event.


HSBC is the series sponsor for Make It & Move It Middlesex, Withum will sponsor tomorrow's session, and series partners include Advanced Analytical Testing Laboratories, Inc., Silver Line by Andersen, and Bayshore. Middlesex County, NJ is the program partner. 


Upcoming installments of Make It & Move It Middlesex will include members of the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders and a program on Women in Government.


"There are myriad resources available that often go untapped. We need to make sure our business community enjoys the full complement of services available for them to succeed," Llona said. 


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