Business & Finance

Madison Ladies Night Out; May 7th In Downtown


MADISON, NJ - Madison is hosting Ladies Night Out on Thursday, May 7, 5:30pm-8:30p.m.. Madison businesses will be welcoming those participating in Ladies Night to enjoy an evening out shopping and dining throughout the business district.

"Our Madison businesses are customer friendly and service oriented.  Many are preparing special in-store events, demonstrations, or special savings.  There is certain to be good cheer and lots of hospitality," said Chamber executive director, Karen Giambra.

Registration begins at 5:30p.m. at Short Stories, 32 Main St.  Wine & cheese will be offered by Gary's Wine & Marketplace within Short Stories book store. 

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The first 100 registrants will receive a gift bag filled with items donated by the local businesses and all participants will have an opportunity to enter into a raffle to win a huge gift basket filled with merchandise and gift certificates donated by the businesses. The drawing for the baskets will be held at 8:15pm at Short Stories.  The basket will be displayed at registration.

A special DJ has been arranged to entertain during the event.

"Our businesses are putting their best foot forward and rolling out the red carpet for this special annual event." said John Morris, owner of Stewart Morris, Awards, Gifts & Flags and President of the Madison Chamber of Commerce. 

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