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Monday, June 11, 2012
Spring golf Classic’s Chairman Jim Doran (second from left), Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, enjoyed the day with his team: John Burnes, Peter McNutt and Suby Ross.
6:00—9:15 p.m. • The Mansion on Main Street, Voorhees
Keynote Speaker & Chairman’s Award Recipient Michael Barkann Award-Winning Host, Anchor and Reporter for Comcast SportsNet Education Award
The Honorable Angel Fuentes New Jersey Assembly
Brandywine Realty Trust
Innovation Award President’s Award
L-3 Communication Systems-East James B. Kehoe Business Manager, Local 322 Plumbers & Pipefitters, and Chairman, Casino Reinvestment Development Authority The Honorable Diane Allen New Jersey Senate
Public Service Award Wellness Award
Center for Family Services, Inc.
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Women’s Conference The Chamber’s Women’s Conference on May 17, moved the 250 attendees to tears and laughter and inspired everyone! Attendees heard from a dynamic line-up of women leaders, including: (from left) CCSNJ President & CEO Debra DiLorenzo; Marie Moughan, Immaculata University; CCSNJ Board member Denise V. Monahan, PNC Bank; Hall of Fame women’s basketball coach and original Mighty Mac Theresa Grentz; CCSNJ Executive Vice President & COO Kathleen Davis; The Jones Group COO Cynthia DiPietrantonio; and CCSNJ Chairwoman Judith L. Roman, AmeriHealth New Jersey. See page 6 for full coverage. TABLE OF CONTENTS//
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GOVERNMENT ACTION SERIES Communications & Energy Committee Tuesday, June 5, 2012
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Robert M. Hanna, Esq. President, NJ Board of Public Utilities Join us to hear from President Hanna about the BPU’s initiatives of interest to public utilities and the business community, including how the Board is working to foster innovation, competition and consumer choice in the energy and telecommunications markets. Sponsored by
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State Affairs Committee Tuesday, June 12, 2012
8:15 - 10:00 a.m. • The Mansion on Main Street, Voorhees featuring
Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff New Jersey State Treasurer Please join us to hear from NJ State Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff, who will discuss New Jersey’s Fiscal Year 2013 State Budget just days before the passage deadline, as well as initiatives undertaken by the Administration to curb government spending. Sponsored by
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Expert Guest Column Priority: Disciplined Cash Flow Management By Tony LaMarca, Senior Vice President, Regional Manager-South Jersey, Sun National Bank Leveraging the latest cash management tools enables companies to meet numerous obligations, including supplier payables, salaries, rent and other short-term payments. Though banks are still lending, the sluggish economy has made many companies reluctant to borrow. Many business owners have chosen to enhance cash management to strengthen their liquidity position for both short-term stability and long-term survival, deploying such best practices as:
Transition from paper checks to electronic payments. This conversion is best achieved through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) Network, a secure and centralized electronic funds transfer
system administered by NACHA, The Electronic Payments Association®. ACH provides an electronic alternative for core disbursement functions that include: • Direct deposit of employee payroll • Conversion of consumer checks into ACH debit transactions • Electronic transfer of payments to suppliers • Direct debit for recurring transactions • Initiation of tax payments
Closing the gap between invoice and collections to expedite cash flow. Robust electronic payment systems offer cost and efficiency benefits through upgraded payment acceptance and remittance processing, which helps: • Accelerate collections and lower Days Sales Outstanding • Identify opportunities for working capital optimization • Reduce reliance on costly paperbased processes
• Provide electronic alerts on check returns and payments • Archive and retrieve images and indexed data stored online
Improving supply-chain finance management. Combining payments and financing, Purchasing Cards are replacing paper checks as the preferred method of settlement for various spend transactions. They enable greater control of procurement and travel activity and electronic transaction settlement to help: • Improve spend visibility • Increase control and compliance • Leverage float and usage rebates • Lower the cost of paper-based procedures Deploying advanced cash management strategies now can help effectively sustain operations, support acquisitions and fuel organic growth.
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BUSINESS AFTER BUSINESS AT BATTLESHIP NEW JERSEY TUESDAY, MAY 22, 2012 The Historic Battleship New Jersey is a floating museum and testimony to the men who served in the Navy and fought countless wars. Join us just days before Memorial Day for an after-hours networking event aboard Americaâ€™s most decorated battleship overlooking the Delaware River and Philadelphia skyline.
5:00 - 7:00 P.M. BATTLESHIP NEW JERSEY 62 BATTLESHIP PLACE, CAMDEN NJ 08103
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eet the policymakers
n Friday, May 11, NJ Department of Transportation Commissioner James S. Simpson discussed his priorities and NJDOT initiatives, including upcoming NJDOT projects and other issues of interest to the South Jersey business community. Pictured (L to R) are: CCSNJ Executive Vice President & COO Kathleen Davis; Joseph Devine, Kennedy Health System; James Wiggans, McCormick Taylor; NJDOT Commissioner James S. Simpson; Susan Coan, Atlantic City Electric; Jack Hoffman, Xerox; Kristina Fernald, NuStar Energy Corp; and Michael Tuosto, PSEG Nuclear. This event was sponsored by Atlantic City Electric, Xerox, and McCormick Taylor. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 05-12 | PAGE 4
WORKSHOP FEDERAL HEALTHCARE REFORM
On Tuesday, April 24, a panel of experts provided attendees with information critical to understanding mandates included in the Federal “Patient Protection and Affordable Health Care Act.” Pictured above, sitting (L to R) are: Lewis D. Bivona, Jr., CPA, AFE, Partner, Practice Leader, Insurance Services Group, WithumSmith+Brown; Douglas Lubenow, President, Lubenow Agency, and Member, Kistler Tiffany Benefits Senior Advisory Unit; Ryan Petrizzi, Director, Sales Operations & Small Markets, AmeriHealth New Jersey; Erin Lieber, Director, Marketing & Product Innovation, AmeriHealth New Jersey; Standing (R to L) are: Kathleen Davis, Executive Vice President & COO, CCSNJ; Douglas A. Grimm, Esq., Partner & Chair, Health Care, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP; CCSNJ Health Issues Committee Chairman Wardell Sanders, Esq., President & CEO, New Jersey Association of Health Plans; Dr. Joel Cantor, Director for State Health Policy, Rutgers University; Debra DiLorenzo, President & CEO, CCSNJ; CCSNJ Board Chairwoman Judith L. Roman, President & CEO, AmeriHealth New Jersey. This event was sponsored by AmeriHealth New Jersey, Kistler Tiffany Benefits, and Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP.
Debra DiLorenzo Speaks at Commencement Ceremony
n Thursday, May 10, CCSNJ President & CEO Debra DiLorenzo, a Rowan Alumni, served as the speaker for Rowan University’s Graduate Commencement ceremony in the Esbjornson Gymnasium.
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Cynthia Sosnowski, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey
Gina Merritt-Epps, Esq.
Judith L. Roman
Ann Campbell, RN, MSN, CNAA
Nicole T. Donoian-Pody, Esq.
The quality and effectiveness of the speakers was outstanding. They were on point and were able to reach all of the women in the audience, regardless of age or background.
Better than best; this conference brought together speakers that addressed the real challenges in today's workforce and went beyond the usual stereotypical answers. They are terrific - I left feeling energized and ready to head out and keep climbing!
Moderated by Gina Merritt-Epps, Esq., General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, South Jersey Industries and South Jersey Gas, the first panel discussion “Closing Deals & High Heels: A Winning Combination” featured: Judith L. Roman, President & CEO, AmeriHealth New Jersey, and Chairwoman, CCSNJ Board of Directors; Denise V. Monahan, Senior Vice President, Southern New Jersey Market Manager, PNC Bank and member, CCSNJ Board of Directors; Ann Campbell, RN, MSN, CNAA, Vice President & Chief Nursing, Officer, Virtua; and Nicole T. Donoian-Pody, Esq., Shareholder, Flaster/Greenberg, PC.
Kim Brandley, JH Cohn LLP
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Would simply say the ability to have so many powerful women willing to share their stories is so impactful. It inspires us to grow in both our personal and professional lives. Again, job well done!!
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The second discussion, “The Impact of Sports on Women, Our Careers and Economic Power: The Story of The Mighty Macs” featured an original player and co-captain from the Mighty Macs, Theresa Grentz, a U.S. Olympic & Hall of Fame women’s basketball coach, and former college women’s basketball head coach for St. Joseph’s College, St. Joseph’s University, Rutgers University and the University of Illinois. Moderated by Denise Monahan (Left), PNC Bank, Theresa (center) and Marie Moughan, Executive Director of University Communications, Immaculata University, told the story of the Mighty Macs team and how their story was brought to the big screen. Their message was one of team work and women helping women, on the court, in the workplace and in life.
Inspirational is the first word that comes to mind when I think of the 2012 Women's Conference. The panelists and speakers are driven, hardworking, but most of all, they're women who are easy to relate to, but still give others something to aspire to achieve. I can't wait to attend again next year!
Leah O'Connor, Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ, Inc. The keynote speaker, Cynthia DiPietrantonio, Chief Operations Officer, The Jones Group, shared the story of how she rose to the top at The Jones Group, her biggest challenges, the defining moments in her career, and the importance of mentoring and networking.
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BUSINESS AFTER BUSINESS AT LINCOLN FINANCIAL FIELD
On Monday, April 30, more than 175 members attended a Business after Business at Lincoln Financial Field and had an all access pass to the stadium. The first stop on the tour...the Eagles home field.
One of the more exciting stops on the tour was an inside look at the Eagles’ locker room.
Attendees also had a chance to visit the press room to see where the coach and players answer questions from the media before and after every Eagles game.
After a tour of the complex, attendees all met back in the President’s Club for informal networking and a cocktail reception in the VIP section.
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The atmosphere was fantastic in the Presidents’ Club, and the view was stellar.
Spring Golf Classic On Monday, May 7, 120 golfers teed off in the Chamber’s annual Spring Golf Classic. The rain held off throughout the day and all of the foursomes enjoyed a relaxing networking experience during a round of 18 holes at Riverton Country Club.
Special thanks to our prize donors ************************** Adelphia Restaurant Albert’s Transportation Aldo Lamberti’s Family of Restaurants Aloft Mount Laurel American Express Bank of America The Capital Grille CBS Radio Comfort Inn Suites of Mount Laurel Courtyard by Marriott Del Vel Chemical Co. Doubletree by Hilton Fleming’s Steakhouse Hampton Inn Mount Laurel Hampton Inn Pennsville J‐Dog Catering Ramblewood Country Club Seasons 52 Symphony in C Trump Entertainment Resorts Woodcrest Country Club Wyndham‐Philadelphia‐Mount Laurel
L-3 Communications foursome had two winners at the Hit the Green contest on the 16th hole. Pictured are (from left): Dave Micha, John Tierney, Steve Montgomery and Robert Montgomery.
Kistler Tiffany Benefits was the second place foursome. Pictured (L to R) are: William Daggett, Paul Aszklar, Mike Tyrell and Bill Milner.
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Congratulations to our golfers First Place
James Doron, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield NJ Bill Janus, Courier Post Melissa Bettner, Courier Post Tom Martino, Courier Post. Second Place
Brandywine Realty Trust’s foursome included Carl Schmidtt, Donna Dolan Lux, George Sowa and Jean Sitler.
William Daggett, Kistler Tiffany Benefits Paul Aszklar, Kistler Tiffany Benefits Mike Tyrell, Kistler Tiffany Benefits Bill Milner, Kistler Tiffany Benefits
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Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young LLP’s foursome included CCSNJ Board Member Francis X. Manning Esq., Jack Gallagher, American Water; Jim Hall, Motorola Solutions; and Kirk Lind, Proforma Industries.
The winning foursome was from the Courier Post. They posted a score of 11 under par. Pictured (L to R) are: James Doron, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey; CCSNJ President & CEO Debra DiLorenzo, CCSNJ Board Member Bill Janus, Melissa Bettner and Tom Martino.
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Wellness Tip: Butter or Margarine? Experts Reveal What's in Their Grocery Cart
Legend has it that grocery shopping used to be a one-hour gig. Now it's full of nutrition decisions: skim or whole? Fresh or frozen? Good fat, bad fat? U.S. News asked two nutrition experts to tell us what they put in their carts and why.
Olive or canola oil? While canola has been touted in recent years as superior to olive oil, both have high proportions of polyunsaturated and monosaturated fatty acids (good fats) and are heart healthy when consumed in moderation. "Although both are relatively low in saturated (bad) fat, the debate arose when olive oil was found to contain a slightly higher amount," says Karen Congro, a registered dietician and director of the Wellness for Life Program at Brooklyn Hospital Center. While Congro prefers olive oil for everyday use because of its higher level of monounsaturates, it does have a distinctive flavor and is significantly more expensive than canola.
than butter. But some kinds of margarine may be even worse than butter because of their content of trans fats, a particular heart risk. In general, the more solid the margarine, the higher the proportion of trans fat. Steer clear of stick margarine, advises Congro: "Go for the tubs of heart-healthy margarine made with omega-3 oil," such as Promise or Smart Balance.
Fresh or frozen veggies? "Fresh sounds better," says Lona Sandon, a nutritionist at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, "and if you picked them out of your garden or at a farmer's market that sells locally grown produce, you can be assured they haven't lost nutrients in transit." But keep in mind that "if." Research at Pennsylvania State University found that a bag of spinach stored at slightly below 40 degrees Fahrenheit for eight days lost half its folate, which prevents birth defects, and carotenoids, compounds that fight heart disease. Higher temperatures accelerated the breakdown. At 50 degrees, half of the compounds were gone after six days. It took just four days at 68 degrees to drop by half. On an 80 - or 90-degree day at an outdoor farm stand, the process clicks up several notches. "Frozen fruits and vegetables are processed at their peak ripeness, a time when— as a general rule— they are most nutrient-packed," says Sandon. "When you buy frozen, you know exactly what you're getting."
Low-fat or skim milk? Let's face it— the higher the fat content, the better the taste, but skim and 1 percent are clearly better nutritional choices, says Dawn Jackson Blatner, a dietitian and spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association. How much better, though? "The higher you climb in percentage of milk fat, the bigger the bite you're taking out of your daily recommended value of saturated fat," says Blatner. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the maximum recommended daily intake of saturated fat for the average active adult is 20 grams. One serving of skim milk can have no more than .4 of a gram of Butter or margarine? For those who saturated fat, with 1 percent weighing in at believe butter is healthier because it's 1.5 grams and 2 percent at 3 grams. "If you "natural," Congro has bad news. "It's made have two glasses of 2 percent milk, you've from animal fat, [so it] contains cholesterol already consumed almost a third of your and very high levels of saturated fat," she daily saturated fat," says Blatner. "Stick to says. Margarine is made from vegetable skim and 1 percent." Or go for the 2 percent Source: Butter or Margarine? Experts oils, and plant products contain no but keep the saturated fat content in mind. Reveal What's in Their Grocery Cart cholesterol. It's also higher in "good" fats For more information, please contact: Beth.Sweeney@amerihealth.com CHAMBER OF COMMERCE SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY | THE REVIEW 05-12 | PAGE 15
Quarterly Business Outlook
State Affairs Committee
More than 120 business people attended the Rutgers Quarterly Business Outlook on April 25 to hear from a panel of experts about their six-month outlooks on the economy, banking and residential real estate. Pictured (L to R) are: Bruce Paparone, President, Bruce Paparone Inc.; Joel Naroff, President, Naroff Economic Advisors; David Hanrahan, President & CEO, Capital Bank of New Jersey; CCSNJ Executive Vice President & COO Kathleen Davis; Dean Jaishankar Ganesh, Rutgers School of Business â€“ Camden; and Frank Wisniewski, Shareholder, Flaster/ Greenberg P.C. This event was co-sponsored by Chamber of Commerce Southern New Jersey, and Flaster/ Greenberg P.C.
On Wednesday, May 16, Assembly Majority Leader Louis D. Greenwald (pictured) spoke to Chamber members about current policy issues in the Assembly, including the state budget and other key issues that affect businesses in South Jersey. This event was sponsored by Horizon Blue cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, New Jersey American Water, PSEG Nuclear, New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Group, South Jersey Industries, and Verizon.
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GMSJ 8:00 a.m. The Mansion Voorhees
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Health Issues 8:30 a.m. The Mansion Voorhees
2012 Member Referral Program Spread the Benefits of Chamber Membership with Your Colleagues Membership in the CCSNJ provides many benefits that can help you grow your business. Why not share these benefits with a business associate or colleague by referring them to join the Chamber? If the business you refer joins the Chamber, you will receive a $25 gift check! Contact Diana Meyer (856)424-8980 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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