HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -- Hasbrouck Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce hosted two recent networking and educational events for its members over the past two weeks.
A guest speaker from Reference USA presented an educational training session at its regularly scheduled July meeting at the Hasbrouck Heights Library. Account manager TJ Pridell provided Chamber members an introduction and tutorial on the business databases, features, and functions. Businesses can research any of the company's 10 databases, including U.S. and Canadian companies, new businesses, U.S. healthcare, new movers/homeowners, among others.
Mimi Hui, Library Director, noted the online resource is free to Library patrons.
The Chamber also hosted a networking breakfast at the Holiday Inn in Hasbrouck Heights. The event hosted one dozen members who met and networked. Members were also able to interact with members of the Chamber's Executive Committee.
Hui thanked the Holiday Inn, a long-time Chamber member, for hosting the event.
Upcoming Chamber events include:
Farmer's Market Every Tuesday in the Municipal/Central Avenue parking lot, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
Taste of Hasbrouck Heights Wednesday, November 14
Christmas Holiday Parade Friday, November 23
The Hasbrouck Heights Chamber of Commerce meets on the first Wednesday of each month at and is open to business owners, retailers, and restaurants from the surrounding towns including Wood-Ridge, Teterboro, Carlstadt, Lodi, Little Ferry, and Carlstadt, as well as those in Hasbrouck Heights. The Chamber is looking for members to assist with event sub-committees to help plan and execute the key events throughout the year. For more information, visit the Chamber's website.
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