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Edison Chamber of Commerce, new President, new Executive Director and new Location


EDISON, NJ – 2015 is the year of new happenings within the Edison Chamber of Commerce. The Board of Directors for the Edison Chamber of Commerce announced new leadership recently.

Nathan Rudy was hired to serve as the new President/CEO of the chamber and Joe Coyle was selected as the new Executive Director. They will take charge of the chamber at their new location at 1028 Amboy Avenue in Edison.

“I’m very excited to come on board with the Edison Chamber as they enter a new period on Amboy Avenue,” said Rudy.

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Nathan Rudy comes to the Edison Chamber of Commerce with 11 years of experience in non-profit management and economic development. He has also been an executive speechwriter and media relations manager in the telecommunications industry, as well as serving in similar roles in state and local government.

Nathan is charged with developing a strategic plan for the Chamber and helping the organization move forward as a partner of choice for economic development initiatives in the township.

Joe Coyle has been affiliated with the Chamber as a board member and Chairperson of the Board for many years. He is a successful small business owner and is well-known throughout the township for his dedication to business growth and development. Joe is charged with membership recruitment and retention.

The new office, 1028 Amboy Avenue, Edison will be fully occupied in the coming weeks. Please look for our grand opening celebration announcement to plan a time to stop by to meet Nathan and Joe and discuss ways the Chamber can support your business.

“We invite the public to stop by and see our new offices and learn more about how the Chamber supports the Township’s business community,” added Rudy.

For more information on the chamber click on Edison Chamber of Commerce

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