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Nominees Sought for Somerset County Economic Vitality Awards


BRIDGEWATER, NJ – The Somerset County Business Partnership is soliciting nominations for its annual Economic Vitality Awards presented to companies and non-profits in recognition of contributions that make Somerset County a respected location to live, work, play and learn.

The nomination deadline is Sept. 1; the recognition dinner will be on Dec. 11 at the Palace at Somerset Park, 333 Davidson Ave., Somerset.

The Economic Vitality awards honor companies for improving Somerset County’s economy by working with the Business Partnership and other community organizations to promote Somerset County as a place of “vibrant connections.”

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Economic Vitality nomination forms are available at or by calling the Somerset County Business Partnership at 908-218-4300. Sponsorship opportunities are also available.

The Annual Meeting luncheon is Somerset County’s largest business gathering, attracting local community representatives and public and private sector leaders from across the state.

“The Annual Meeting is the highlight of every year as we gather as a community to celebrate success, network, and enjoy a delicious lunch at a fabulous venue,” said Michael Kerwin, SCBP president and CEO. “It’s a great way to look back at our achievements and to set our goals to continue the positive momentum into 2018.”

Recent award recipients include: Safe & Sound Somerset, JM Sorge Environmental Consulting, Van Cleef Engineering Associates, FinPro, Olde Mill Inn, United Way of Northern NJ, Affinity LEADERSHIP • OPPORTUNITY • RESULTS Federal Credit Union, Costco – North Plainfield, Middle Earth, Northeast Power Dry, M&E Engineering, Primus Green Energy, The Center School, Bridgeway Senior Healthcare, ProCure Proton Therapy Center, Somerville Aluminum, Somerset County Library System, and Ortho Clinical Diagnostics.


 PHOTO CAPTION: The Somerset County Business Partnership Economic Vitality Awards will be presented at the Annual Meeting at the Palace at Somerset Park scheduled for Monday, December 11, 2017.

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