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Mayor Parisi to Deliver 'State of the Township Address' at West Orange Chamber of Commerce Breakfast

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WEST ORANGE, NJ – The West Orange Chamber of Commerce is holding its annual breakfast at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 3 at The Wilshire Grand Hotel at 350 Pleasant Valley Way. West Orange Mayor Robert Parisi will deliver the “State of the Township Address.” The public is invited to attend.

Advance tickets may be purchased at the mayor’s office located in Town Hall at 66 Main St. Advance tickets may also be purchased. Tickets are $35 in advance, $45 at the door. Advance tickets will be available until Monday, Feb. 1. Only cash will be accepted at the door. Chamber members are encouraged to bring guests. Call 973-731-0360 with questions

One does not have to be a Chamber member to participate in this community event. The West Orange Chamber of Commerce Chamber is inviting the public to attend this important and well-attended meeting.

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Aside from listening to the “State of the Township Address,” guests will also have the opportunity to learn about what’s happening with the Chamber, hear about its 2015 accomplishments, and learn what is planned for the future.

The mission of the West Orange Chamber of Commerce is to create and promote a climate for productive and profitable cooperation within the local business community. West Orange Chamber of Commerce Members have the opportunity to take advantage of many benefits including: Marketing and Promotion, Sponsorship Opportunities, Leadership Roles, Learning and Development Experiences, and the Elite Chamber Member Status. Anyone interested in becoming a member is encouraged to contact Brittany Chiles at mail@westorangechamber.com for more information, an application, and/or a special guest invitation to attend the next Chamber Member’s Meeting.

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