Madison Area Chamber of Commerce Celebrates with Annual Awards

June 18, 2018

FLORHAM PARK – Sunlight streamed through the huge windows in the second floor ballroom of the Brooklake Country Club as members of the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce gathered for its annual awards dinner on Tuesday, June 12.

The chamber presents seven pre-announced awards and the Extra Mile Award which is a surprise until the announcement at the end of the ...

Athletic Trainers Prep For Next Season at Atlantic Health's Annual Summer Sports Medicine Seminar

MORRISTOWN, NJ – School is not yet out for the summer, but coaches, athletic trainers and others involved in school athletics throughout the state were already prepping for next season at the annual Summer Sports Medicine Seminar from Atlantic Sports Health and the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association on Thursday, June 14. Hosted at Atlantic Sports Health’s Morristown ...

Facebook Provides Verification Badges for All TAPinto Facebook Pages

TAPinto and its 75 partner sites have been verified on Facebook with the social media platform's blue badge, which is given to news organizations that meet Facebook's authenticity criteria. 

Facebook gives the blue verification badge to "eligible brands, media organizations and public figures," based on factors that include policy compliance and public ...

Businesses and Individuals will be honored at the Madison Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Dinner on June 12

MADISON, NJ - The Madison Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Awards Dinner on Tuesday, June 12, 6:00 pm at Brooklake Country Club, 139 Brooklake Rd., Florham Park.

The evening will include a buffet dinner, cash bar, door prizes and an awards ceremony.

Awards to be given will include several Business Improvement Awards, various Community ...

"History of Gaming" Auction Features Vintage Video Games and Computers

EDISON, NJ –Auctioneer Joe Bodnar recalls an interview several years ago with a writer for a national antiques magazine in which he was asked ‘What are the antiques/collectibles of the future?’

Without hesitating, Bodnar answered  ‘Computers,’ he recalls. “Commodore 64, IBM, Apple,’ and he also remembers listing video games like the original Atari ...

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