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Madison Area Chamber of Commerce Holds Annual Holiday Party

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MADISON, NJ - Rocco's Bar & Grill in Madison was the place to be on Tuesday night as the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual holiday party to celebrate the holidays and new year.  More than 50 chamber members as well as elected officials from the borough attended the event and enjoyed a buffet, cash bar and holiday cheer, while networking with fellow business owners and community leaders. 

John Morris, president of the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, said, "The annual Holiday Party is the venue for chamber members to get together socially at the start of the new year. We had another great turnout, comprised of both longtime members and new members along with elected officials of the Borough of Madison. After the busy holiday season it's great to reconnect with friends and colleagues in a relaxed and festive atmosphere."

"The holiday party was a great event. I look forward to it every year -- it is a chance for everyone to finally get together and celebrate the year behind us and look forward to the year ahead," said Danielle Torrani Dixon of d torr in Madison.

Morris told TAP into Madison, "Many chamber businesses donated wonderful gifts to the raffle drawing that was held at the end of the evening. I think everyone enjoyed themselves. The chamber is looking forward to the launch of the mobile version of its website later this month and the 2015 Taste of Madison on March 30, along with other initiatives both new and ongoing. The chamber wishes everyone a Happy New Year and thanks them very much for shopping and dining Madison." 

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To learn more about the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, visit www.madisonnjchamber.org

 

 

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