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Holmdel Chamber of Commerce Networking Happy Hour at Bell Market

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HOLMDEL, N.J. - MIX & MINGLE with The Holmdel Chamber of Commerce at a regional networking event. Bell Works, Wednesday, June 27th 5:30 pm-8 pm, cocktails with RBC’s Bell Market. Business networking at your #METROBURB !!

Master Sommelier and RBC Partner and Beverage Director Chantelle Corbo is creating a special cocktail for the Holmdel Chamber social, as a followup to her dynamic presentation at the May Chamber Meeting. Her recipe will be included for everyone to mix up at home. The Chamber social meet-up will feature two interesting speakers to tune into for a few moments while you sip and enjoy business networking. Monmouth Film Festival President and Founder Nick Marchese will speak for a few minutes about the International Monmouth Film Festival to be held in Red Bank, in August, and ways that your business can get involved. Also, relax and get ready to hear about tips for mindfulness. DragonFly Yoga's Allison Scaramuzzo will discuss the important role that movement and mindfulness play in our daily health and wellness routine. She's going to give us some simple moves we can easily do in our workplaces that can give us more energy, relax our minds and improve our circulation and brain power. This will be fun. The Chamber gathering is informal and casual and will be held in the cocktail area of Bell Market, main visitor entrance.

All regional business groups and their guests are welcome. Chantelle Corbo’s specialty 🍸 Cocktails!

 As always interesting guest speakers. Bring a lot of business cards! RSVP to: membership@holmdelchamber.com
 

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