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Madison Bartender Showdown Raises Money For Local Scholarship fund

MADISON, NJ - Thursday night's Bartender Showdown, the Chamber's annual event to help raise funds for the Jack Morris Memorial Scholarship Fund was a huge success. 
The Bartender Showdown is an annual event where chamber members take a hand behind the bar serving up cocktails, beer and wine to a lively downtown audience.  
The showdown is a key fundraiser for the scholarships given out to select Madison High School Seniors each year.  The scholarship is run by the Chamber and the selection process is based on merit for student accomplishments both academic and social.
"I want to extend a huge thank you to our Chamber bartenders, Dr. Allison Adams of Adams Dental, Michael Odell of Odell & Critchley, CPA, Salvatore Minardi of Salvatore Minardi Salon and Robbin Salmeri of Cleaners Advantage.  They served up a fun evening and their time and dedication is greatly appreciated," said Karen Giambra, Executive Director of the Madison Chamber of Commerce 

"We'd also like to thank Gino Iossa for hosting the event and always welcoming us with warm hospitality.  Rocco and Gino are long time supporters of the Chamber and we thank them for their continued loyalty," added Giambra.

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