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Southern Ocean Chamber Women in Business Roundtable January 30 2018

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SHIP BOTTOM, N.J. -  Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce announces that their successful Women in Business Roundtable series is back for its second year beginning with the Tuesday, January 30 event hosted by member Brookdale at Stafford located at 1275 Rt 72 E in Manahawkin.

The event begins at 10 a.m. with the topic of the month being "Flourishing in Stressful Times: How to achieve and maintain balance when stress levels are high."

This topic will be led by fellow member Elizabeth Burke Beaty of Life You Want Coaching.  Refreshments will be served.

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It is the goal of the Southern Ocean County Chamber to provide women who are doing business in the community with supportive network of peers. There is no fee if you RSVP to the Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce office.

Women in Business Roundtable is part of the Southern Ocean County Chamber Open for Business program.

To find out more about the 104 year region chamber, please go to www.visitLBiregion.com , contact 609-494-7211 or stop into their staffed center at 265 W Ninth Street Ship Bottom NJ. Follow on Facebook and Instagram as Southern Ocean Chamber, or join the national conversation as LBI Region on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. Listen to their weekly radio show the LBI Region Report on WBNJ 91.9FM

Women doing business in the region are invited to "flourish" at next chamber roundtable discussion taking place in Brookdale at Stafford at 10am.

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