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Two Sparta businesses among those being honored at Morris County Economic Outlook Luncheon

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Four local business leaders, including two from Sparta, Assemblywoman BettyLou DeCroce and Brooklake Elementary School will be honored at the Annual Economic Outlook Luncheon of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, to be held Friday, October 26, at the Park Savoy in Florham Park, 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Lorena Sergent, founder and owner of LW&H Business Solutions in Sparta, is being honored in the Solo Entrepreneur category. Stan Puszcz, owner and managing member of CP Professional Services, also in Sparta, is being honored in the Small Business Category. John Gallucci, Jr., president and CEO of JAG Physical Therapy, headquartered in West Orange, is being honored in the Middle Market Business category. Kris Drew, senior vice president of AON, headquartered in London with local offices in Morristown, is being honored in the Large Business category.

The luncheon also will feature keynote speaker Michael Wolf, economist at PwC's Analytic Insights group covering the United States, Latin America and Asia-Pacific regions.

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In addition, the Alex DeCroce Public Leadership Award will be presented to Assemblywoman DeCroce and the chamber’s Business & Education Together Foundation will present an award to Brooklake Elementary School for its commitment to financial literacy education.

To register, visit events.morrischamber.org or call 973.539.3882.

About the Morris County Chamber of Commerce

The Morris County Chamber of Commerce serves its members and the people of Morris County as a dynamic business organization that provides opportunities for personal growth, business success and community leadership. Our Chamber has nearly 900 members that employ 74,000 people in Morris and the surrounding counties. The Chamber seeks to help each member realize their business and community involvement goals. Regardless of the size of our member organizations, we work with key leaders at all levels to develop a strategy that supports the culture and specific objectives of their enterprise. Our robust committee structure allows members to participate in delivering cutting edge events and programs that add real value for all participants. Our staff has a strong focus on meeting the needs of our members and partnering with other business and community organizations to "move the needle" on key issues in the community that impact public policy, employment, investment, education, business growth and the nonprofit community.

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