PowerNet to Hold Business Networking Oktoberfest Event for Essex, Union, & Morris County Business Owners and Professionals

PowerNet, New Jersey's premier independent business networking group, will be holding it's annual "Oktoberfest Business Networking Event & Card Exchange" for Essex, Union, & Morris County business owners and professionals on Thursday, September 26th from 5:30 - 8:30 pm at Eppes Essen restaurant at 105 E Mt Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, NJ.

A selection of seasonal beers and wines will be provided along with a hot buffet.
Admission is free to the first 20 business owners or professionals who respond but RSVP is required to attend

Must be 21 years or older to attend.

Bring 50 business cards and come socialize with your business neighbors while increasing your own presence in the community.

Thu, September 26
5:30 pm — 8:30 pm
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PowerNet, New Jersey's premier independent business networking group, will be holding it's annual "Oktoberfest Business Networking Event & Card Exchange" for Essex, Union, & Morris County business owners and professionals on Thursday, September 26th from 5:30 - 8:30 pm at Eppes Essen restaurant at 105 E Mt Pleasant Avenue, Livingston, NJ.

A selection of seasonal ...

Eppes Essen, 105 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039 <p> RSVP by calling Kristen Spreen at Techdesigno at <a href="tel:%28973%29%20736-7973" target="_blank" value="+19737367973">(973) 736-7973</a> or, RSVP online at: <a href="http://powernetnj.com/index.php/contact" target="_blank">http://powernetnj.com/index.<wbr />php/contact</a> or, email John Mitrano, President of PowerNet, at <a href="mailto:networking@powernetnj.com" target="_blank">networking@powernetnj.com</a></p>

Eppes Essen, 105 E. Mt. Pleasant Avenue
Livingston, NJ 07039

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