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AICC invites you to International Multi-Chamber Event


EDISON, NJ – Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce brings to you International Multi-Chamber Networking Event on Wednesday, September 23rd at Clarion Inn, 999 Route 1 South, North Brunswick, NJ-08902, from 6:00 PM until 10:00 PM.

AICC together with members of Edison Chamber of Commerce, ICEO CLUB, AREAA, Metuchen Chamber, Middlesex Chamber and many other Local Chambers will attend to expand contacts to new opportunities for business and Networking.

This Event is sponsored by AARP. Guest Speakers Richard Satyavan, AARP Andrus Honoree and AARP Advocate and Douglas Johnston, AARP New Jersey interim State Director and Manager of Governmental Affairs & Advocacy will highlight the Topic about “Secure Choice - Right Plan for Small Business”.

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AICC President Priti Pandya Patel invites everyone to join this special International Multi -Chamber event to network with diverse group of professionals and insists on bringing lots of business cards.

AICC thanks patron sponsors; Indus American Bank, United Health Care, Quarter Spot and Investors Bank for their continued support.

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Cost: Member cost $25 online and $35 at the door register now ...

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