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Good Fore Business: Suburban Chamber of Commerce Golf Outing Oct. 17 Benefits H.S. Scholarship Program

Outing Chairman Joseph Stefans, Investors Bank, Marcella Gencarelli, Peapack Gladstone Bank, Suburban Chamber of Commerce Chairman Mike Shapiro, TAPInto, and Rick Wolffe, TSP Capital Mangement Group

UNION, NJ - The Suburban Chamber of Commerce will host their annual golf outing on Monday, Oct. 17 at Suburban Golf Club in Union. A portion of the event's proceeds will be designated to the Chamber’s Scholarship Program, which provides scholarships for Summit, Governor Livingston and New Providence High School seniors.   

The Suburban Chamber of Commerce, representing business in Summit, New Providence and Berkeley Heights, is inviting area residents and businesses to participate with their membership and “Do Business On Our Links.”  Event sponsors include Investors Bank, Overlook Medical Center, The Grand Summit Hotel, Oak Knoll School, and Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper, with Investors Bank Director of Business Development, Joe Stefans, serving as the outing's chairman.

The day begins at 11 a.m., with registration and opening of the practice range, prior to a barbecue lunch being served. A putting contest precedes the 1 p.m. shotgun start, with a two-hour open bar cocktail reception follows the event. 

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Suburban Golf Club features an 18-hole championship golf course designed by renowned architect A.W. Tillinghast, who designed premiere courses across the nation including Baltusrol Golf Club, Winged Foot and Somerset Hills Golf Club.

Entry fees are $250 / person and $1,000 per foursome, with registration available by visiting For further information, contact the Chamber at 908-522-1700, or via

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