"Chamber membership has been instrumental in helping me form strategic relationships with key business leaders in our community. I also can rely on the MSCC to keep me informed of critical information that could impact my business. "

– Ralph Tarnofsky, Professional Audio Consultants

MEET THE MAYORS BREAKFAST IS SOLD OUT!

We regret to inform you, that our April 7, 2018 Meet the Mayors breakfast is sold out. No one will be admitted if not previously registered.

Breakfast Rescheduled

We’ve moved to 64 Main St, Suite 3

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BBQ is still on!

The Courtyard BBQ is rain or shine. We look forward seeing you, please remember your business cards! Due to inclement weather we will be at the bar. 

Taylor Park Winter Walk

Show your support to help light Taylor Park for the winter. Sponsors will be mentioned in press and signage. Please send your check & contact info to MSH Chamber of Commerce 343 Millburn Ave Suite 303, MIllburn, NJ 07041 Sponsorship levels: Platinum $1000, Gold $500, Silver $250, Friend $100

Help us welcome our new members!

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RACE SPONSORSHIP FORM

Memories Live Event at Fly Wheel

Breakfast postponed to March 28

Due to the snowstorm our monthly networking breakfast scheduled for March 14 will be held on March 28 at 8AM at Charlie Brown's 35 Main Street, Millburn.  

Brain Injury Awareness Month

A month-long series of events kicks off at Opportunity Project Clubhouse on March 1 and continues throughout the month. The Annual BlueJean Day takes place all month long. Companies are invited to promote brain injury awareness while raising funds to support services for brain injury survivors. Visit www.opportunityproject.org for details.

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