Monmouth County Chamber of Commerce Annual Installation of Officers and Directors Dinner Unveils New Logo and Slogan

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Lieutenant Governor, Kim Guadagno Administers the “Oath of Office” to Chamber Officers and Board Members for the Second Year in a Row

Lt. Governor Guadagno celebrates with MCCC.

The community can expect to see a much needed advancement in the area of digital technology as it relates to business education, transformation, implementation and operation.

It was an evening of celebration for Monmouth County Chamber of Commerce (MCCC) at Bella Vista Country Club in Marlboro for the 2014 - 2015 Annual Installation of Officers and Directors Dinner. The inaugural MCCC event was attended by Freeholder John Curley and Lt. Governor Guadagno who administered the Oath of Office to the Chamber Officers and Board Members.

In addition to the “Oath of Office”, Monmouth County Chamber unveiled their new official logo and slogan.

The logo, designed by Rebecca Ginsberg of Graphic Art Solutions, reflects MCCC’s new slogan, “Bringing Business and Community Together.” MCCC's Transition Team reviewed over 50 submissions from contestants throughout Monmouth County before selecting Ginsberg’s design. As a reward, Ginsberg received a one year complimentary Copper Level Membership to Monmouth County Chamber of Commerce ($525 value), a one year complimentary social membership to Bella Vista Country Club ($1,000 value), and a $150 VISA Gift Card.

Chamber President, Sebastian Ferrantell, Esq. revealed that Monmouth County businesses can expect big things from the leaders of the chamber in 2015.

“We welcome our new and returning board members to the chamber. There is a lot to accomplish over the next few months and we intend to roll up our sleeves and get busy building value for our members,” states President Ferrantell. “The community can expect to see a much needed advancement in the area of digital technology as it relates to business education, transformation, implementation and operation.”

Under the leadership of Terence Biggs II, Executive Director of the Chamber, MCCC designed its business model focused on improving the quality of life for the residents and increasing economic prosperity for businesses in Monmouth County.

"As we position ourselves into the new role of a County Chamber, we are committed to partnering and collaborating with every business, organization and government that has a mission to provide measurable ROI to the business owners and residents of Monmouth County," states Biggs. "Partner with us and let's build lasting value together."

The chamber wishes to thank Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno and Freeholder John Curley for their continued leadership and support. A special thank you goes to the evening’s Platinum Member Sponsors, Scudiery Enterprises, Kazia’s Asian Grab ‘N Go, and Bella Vista Country Club. For additional information, or to join Monmouth County Chamber of Commerce please visit: http://www.MonmouthCountyChamber.com

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Chamber History
Established in 1959 as Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce, renamed Northern Monmouth Chamber Commerce in 1965 and renamed Monmouth County Chamber of Commerce in 2014. The chamber enjoys a rich history of leadership and guidance to its members and the community-at-large. It is our honor and privilege to serve our members and our communities.

Mission Statement
Monmouth County Chamber of Commerce is a valued resource for businesses, organizations, and the community. The Chamber fosters growth for its members by providing information, facilitating business education, encouraging collaboration, planning and executing networking opportunities, and serving as a liaison with government officials and agencies.

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