WEST ORANGE, NJ – The West Orange Chamber of Commerce (WOCC) invites the public to attend its annual Mayor’s Breakfast to be held on Wednesday at the Wilshire Grand Hotel from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
A record number of community leaders are sponsoring this year’s event, including Regal Bank; JAG-ONE Physical Therapy; The Goddard School, West Orange; Tedros Negasi, Cass Inc. Realtors; British Swim School / NJ The Oranges; and Bederson LLP.
Doors will open at 7:30 a.m. for networking prior to the event. West Orange Mayor Robert Parisi will deliver the state-of-the-town address during the event.
“The Annual West Orange Mayor’s Breakfast is a signature event for the West Orange community attracting hundreds of people each year,” said Sally Malech, president of the WOCC. “The chamber of commerce is proud to collaborate with the mayor’s office in presenting this event to the residents of our town.”
This popular annual gathering allows attendees to connect with new contacts and strengthen existing relationships.
Bill Johnson of Regal Bank said the event is a unique opportunity for the mayor to directly connect with local businesses and members of the community, and that Regal Bank is proud to support such events. John Gallucci Jr., chief executive officer of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy, added that “community leaders are the bedrock of what makes great communities like West Orange, and Mayor Parisi's commitment to community and people is exactly the philosophy of JAG-ONE Physical Therapy.”
The event opens with the induction of the new WOCC Executive Board and a welcome to new and active chamber members.
“This year, thanks to the efforts of Executive Director Jessica Marrone Parkes and her executive team, we will welcome dozens of new businesses taking advantage of the many chamber promotional benefits,” said Councilwoman Susan McCartney, event chair and WOCC board member. “The chamber breakfast provides a platform for the mayor to kick off the New Year with an eloquent State of the Town Address. Between township staff meetings, council meetings and the Mayor's Open Office hours, the mayor provides an insightful forecast on what we can expect and deserve in our community.”
This event is open to the public. Tickets for this year’s event are $35 in advance and can be purchased online HERE, or at the mayor’s office, located 66 Main Street in West Orange. Tickets at the door are $45.