RED BANK, N.J. - The Navesink Business Group (NBG) held a Social last evening at Danny’s Steakhouse in Red Bank to meet and greet new members, talk about mutually beneficial opportunities and future community assistance projects.          

NBG is a business network of experienced professionals and business owners based in Red Bank, New Jersey.  Established in 2006, they share ideas and platforms to promote new business opportunities amongst group members and the greater community of Red Bank.

Believing in giving back to the community, a large aspect of their efforts is directed to local community assistance, either in the business community or in the not-for-profit arena where they believe they can have a meaningful and direct impact.

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Each business category is represented by one member of the NBG.

When asked how they manage the competitive relationships that occur between your members, Rob Lowe, Executive Director of NBG and a Vice President of Sales/Director of Reverse Mortgage Division for Family First Funding said:  “Removing the element of competition between group members allows us to build strong business relationships, resulting in better referrals for our membership”           

Several other members were queried about how being a member of the NBG impacted their business:

Frankie Ann Browne, Sales Director of the Atlantic Club: “I joined the NBG twelve years ago when there were only thirteen members.  I‘ve worked for the Atlantic Club in Manasquan for twenty-nine years and came up to Red Bank to help with their sales department.  I knew I had to establish myself in the Red Bank community and the first thing I did was to seek out Rob Lowe.  I was very lucky to join this group where we now have over ninety (Red Bank) members.  Contacts I have met through the NBG have been priceless.  Not only business contacts but also life long friends.  It’s an awesome organization and if you are a business owner in the Red Bank area this is a group that you would not want to miss.”

Rosie Silletti with Allstate Office Interiors stated that; “Navesink Business Group is the group to belong to not only for the business referrals and the great people that are in the group but also because of the community work that they do and how involved in everything that goes on in town.”

To meet other professionals to network and expand your business, the Navesink Business Group meets on the second and fourth Wednesday every month from 8:00am sharp to 9:30am.  for breakfast at The Danish Café in Red Bank