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Somerset County Business Partnership "Manicures & Martinis" Event Tuesday, February 7th 5-7 pm


SOMERVILLE, NJ  - The Somerset County Business Partnership “Women in Business” networking group has scheduled “Manicures & Martinis” for Tuesday, Feb. 7 from 5-7 p.m. at Paramount Pampering, 50 West Main St.

“Manicures & Martinis” offers women in business a unique peer networking opportunity with food, a martini and a manicure offered throughout the evening.

“We have built a remarkably successful networking experience of women in business over the past two years,” said Diana Sieberg, vice president of the Business Partnership. “The evening provides the perfect opportunity to relax after a long day, make new business contacts, and enjoy making new friends,” she added.

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Paramount Pampering Salon and Spa also offers hair styling, massages, skin indulgences, make-up application, and nail services.

Pre-registration is required and may be accomplished online at or by calling 908-218-4300. Fee is $45 for Business Partnership members and $55 for non-members. Participation is limited to 25 women with preference given to members of the Business Partnership. Sponsorship is provided by E.A. Boniakowski Agency, Green Brook.

“Women in Business” is a Somerset County Business Partnership initiative directed at the specific needs of women and their businesses. The purpose of the group is to provide learning opportunities about other women-owned businesses. Focus areas include mind, family, society, body, and finances.

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