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F eatures Summit Hearing Aid Center 39 Years of Service.......................................6 10th Annual Chamber TTCT Awards........................................................8 The Mayors Corner.................................................................................10 Meet the Merchants...............................................................................12 2022 Chamber Directory.........................................................................14

DIRECTORY AND BOARD CHAIRMAN: David Dietze, Peapack Private Wealth Management FIRST VICE CHAIR: Jim Mooney, Minuteman Press SECOND VICE CHAIR: Ginny Jordan TREASURER: Cristina Cruz, Haven Savings Bank- Summit SECRETARY: Joseph Steiner IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR: Marcella Gencarelli, Lakeland Bank DIRECTORS: Melanie Cohn, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey Robert J. Davies, Davies Insurance Management Leigh DelPorto, M&T Bank - Summit May Abraham Fridel, Passion for Spices Joseph Eberle, Weichert Realtors- Joseph Eberle Jimmy Joseph, Mortgages By Jim Joseph Gordon Kline, Investors Bank - Summit James Kwan, Ace Pension Solutions LLC Roger Mehner Esq., Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper Kerry Mowry, Overlook Medical Center

THE COLLECTION STAFF Published by The Suburban Chamber of Commerce Karen Fern Hadley, Executive Director Patricia E. Meola, Contributing Editor Kelly Gagliano, Advertising Representative Steven Meyer, Art Director & Layout Design E-mail us at collection@suburbanchambers.org

Direct Mailed to Every Home, Apartment and Business in: Summit • Berkeley Heights • New Providence

And Demographically Selected Single Family Homes in: Short Hills • Chatham • Mountainside • Springfield

PO Box 824 • Summit, NJ 07901 908-522-1700 V i s i t o u r w e b s i t e : w w w. s u b u r b a n c h a m b e r s . o r g www.suburbanchambers.org

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he audiologists and hearing health professionals at Summit Hearing Aid Center have a reputation for providing the highest quality service by using the most innovative listening devices on the market. We provide excellent hearing care to our patients by evaluating their hearing challenges using diagnostic testing and advanced assessment techniques. The professionals at Summit Hearing Aid Center take the time to evaluate your hearing and discuss your unique hearing needs before recommending the best hearing solution for you. “It is my responsibility as your provider to make sure that you are educated about anything and everything that can help you get the most from your hearing. It could be a software upgrade with your current hearing devices, better communication strategy or upgrading to new hearing technology. I will always make sure that you know what can help you,” said Leslie Herman, Au.D. The newest innovation is waterproof hearing aids, great for people who bike, hike, play pickleball and tennis, not just for swimmers, but for any active adult or child. Change your hearing, change your life. Call the Summit Hearing Aid Center, 908-460-7922. The center is at 75 Summit Ave., in downtown Summit.

LETTING VEHICLES IDLE BAD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT… & ALSO FOR YOUR HEALTH Members of the Berkeley Heights Environmental Commission are reminding drivers that motor vehicle idling wastes fuel, contributes to pollution and can worsen asthma and other health conditions. “Turn off your engine if you remain at a location for more than three minutes,” the volunteers advise, noting that there are some exceptions for diesel vehicles. They remind drivers that idling is against the law, and offered a number of reasons why drivers will want to cut their engines while parked: • Vehicles that idle 10 minutes a day waste more than 29 gallons of fuel in a year. • Ten seconds of idling uses more fuel than turning a vehicle on and off. • Drivers often wonder if turning off a vehicle to avoid idling results in higher maintenance costs and extra wear and tear on the starter and battery. Actually, Environmental Commission members said, referencing information from Natural Resources Canada, the break-even point to offset any incremental maintenance costs is less than 60 seconds. • The best way to warm a vehicle is to start it and drive it. • Emissions are still present and harmful even when you can’t see exhaust. • In winter weather conditions, emissions from a cold engine are more than double the normal level. • Idling emissions can kill. The American Heart Association has concluded that air pollution increases the risk of death from cardiovascular disease. • Unnecessary idling of cars, trucks and school buses pollutes the air, wastes fuel and causes excess engine wear.

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SINGLE-USE PLASTIC BAGS NOW BANNED IN NEW JERSEY Pack your bags, folks. No, not your suitcases for a road trip, your bags to go shopping. As of May 4, New Jersey’s so-called “Bag Ban” is in effect, considered the strictest such law in the nation. It bans single-use bags in most instances, and also outlaws paper bags provided by grocery stores larger than 2,500 square feet. The regulation was signed into law in November 2020, but allowed merchants an 18-month lead time to prepare. The ban also includes polystyrene foam food service products at retail stores and food service businesses. Plastic straws will be provided only upon request. “Plastics pollution has become one of the world’s most pressing environmental problems,” said N.J. Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Shawn M. LaTourette. “Americans alone use some 100 billion plastic bags each year. While some of these bags are recycled, many end up in landfills and many more wind up as litter that is harmful to

our communities, ecosystems and wildlife.” There are some exceptions to the ban. Pharmacies may still provide bags for prescription drugs, and they will still be allowed for newspaper delivery, to contain uncooked meat or fish, and for use by companies that provide laundry or dry cleaning services. For details, visit nj.gov/ dep. The goal of the law, officials have said, is simple: Reduce waste, litter and pollution state-wide. To get yourself into the habit of having reusable bags on hand: Keep bags at home near the door you use when you leave the house, or in your car. Keep a compact, foldable bag in your purse, backpack or briefcase. Write “BAGS” at the top of all of your shopping and errand lists.

NEW BAKERY OPENS ITS DOORS IN SUMMIT

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AKE Bakery has opened at 383 Springfield Ave.

in downtown Summit, and its array of breads, sandwiches, cookies and pastries is garnering rave reviews.

At a recent grand opening ribbon cutting presided over by Mayor Nora Radest, Bake owners Anthony and Fallyn DiPasquale celebrated with family, friends and guests. In addition to colorful cookies, items highlighted in the cases and on the shelves include artisan breads such as a specialty of the house prosciutto bread, butter croissants, fruit tarts and sandwiches that feature eggplant, salami, provolone and mortadella. Additional savory treats also make it onto the menu. The DiPasquales and their friendly staff are also there to serve specialty coffees, and invite customers to stay and enjoy their treats in the café setting. The bakery is open Tuesday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sundays from 7 to 5. For details, call 908-522-9270.

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Bake Bakery owners Anthony and Fallyn DiPasquale and their children, surrounded by other family members, with Mayor Nora Radest, who had the honor of cutting the grand opening ribbon.

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ickets, sponsorship opportunities and advertising space are still available for the upcoming annual Tying the Communities Together awards dinner hosted by the Suburban Chamber of Commerce.

The Suburban Chamber of Commerce, serving Summit, New Providence and Berkeley Heights, is proud to honor these individuals, organizations and companies for their dedication and far-reaching efforts in their communities.

The community will gather on Tuesday, May 17, at 6 p.m. for a reception at Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit, followed by dinner at 7.

Master of ceremonies for the evening will be Senator Jon Bramnick (pictured right).

THE PRESIDENT’S AWARD will go to SAGE Eldercare, while Delicious Heights will receive honors as BUSINESS OF THE YEAR. THE PUBLIC SERVICE AWARD will be presented to Summit’s Mike McTernan, and the Berkeley Heights YMCA will take home the ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR AWARD. Claire Toth will be presented with the SILVER SERVICE AWARD, Lantern Hill will receive the GOOD NEIGHBOR AWARD and The Pipes of Christmas will accept the BEAUTIFICATION AND ARTS AWARD.

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TICKETS are $105 per person, $125 for patrons and $150 for benefactors. Guests are also invited to sponsor a table of 10 for $1,300. Congratulatory and business advertising is available in the dinner journal, and other sponsorship levels are also available. For details, email chamber director Karen Hadley at khadley@suburbanchambers.org.

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enior citizens in Summit – including those who reside in private homes – can once again catch the Senior Connections bus at no charge and get round-trip transportation to area grocery stores and other commercial locations. The service has existed for more than 25 years For residents of the Vito Gallo Building at 12 Chestnut, no reservations are required, as the bus will stop there for each trip. Others may call 908-277-2932 by 4 p.m. on the day before they wish to ride, and by Fridays at 4 for Monday excursions. If you need to cancel, call by 8:30 a.m. on the morning you were to ride. On Mondays and Thursdays, the 10 a.m. trip is to Shop-Rite. On selected Thursdays, the Senior Connections bus heads to destinations that include Target, Whole Foods, Walmart, Trader Joe’s, Shop-Rite in Union and Blue Star Shopping Center. Call 908-277-2932 for schedule details.

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HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY! It is said there is nothing more powerful, protective, fierce, intense, nurturing or true than a mother’s love.

One of the things I love about Summit is there’s always something happening around town for residents of all ages. There are many events to look forward to this month and beyond, and I hope to see lots of you in attendance. The new Farmers Market season has begun, operating on Sundays between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. through the fall at the Park & Shop lot at the corner of Woodland and DeForest avenues. Great vendors are participating this year, selling everything from fresh produce to baked goods and much more. The Department of Community Programs hosts some of our community’s favorite annual programs, and operates two of the most visited sites in Summit during spring and summer, the Family Aquatic Center and the

Happy Mother’s Day, especially to my pack of “mamas” who continue to make me laugh, provide a source of strength and serve as the backbone of our community! I look forward to celebrating with my children, Abbey and Ryan, and husband George, while wishing my mother a wonderful day in sunny California. As always, Berkeley Heights is a hub of activity. Our Senior Affairs Committee reconvenes this month. I have applied to the county for contingency funds to help bring in SAGE to assist with some social services as well as possibly provide a Union County College class for seniors. The bulk of the request will be to retain the services of SAGE. The police continue to schedule Mobile Vehicle Commission services, for seniors only, at Town Hall in July and September. The town is also one step closer to our efforts to receive only the second designation Union County’s “We Value Our Veterans,” with Purple Heart Parking at Town Hall. The township received the $150,000 Fiserve check, dedicated to park improvements at Lower Columbia, part of a Community Benefit Agreement I negotiated in 2021. Also, the administration and I have scheduled a meeting to work on aligning the western

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Municipal Golf Course. If you’re new to town, these are great places to meet other residents. Visit summitcommunityprograms.com.

To all mothers and mother figures in our lives, we thank you for all you do and for all you have been doing to help keep everything together, which has helped keep all of us together, especially through these past couple of years.

The PAL Pet Show is Saturday, May 14, on the Village Green, organized into two categories – a competition for dogs only and an all-other-pet competition. Prizes will be awarded for each category and for participation.

To all of the mothers and mother figures, especially those who are health care providers, first responders, essential workers and educators, the burdens and sacrifices you have made can never be fully repaid, but please know we will be eternally grateful for your tremendous, selfless good work. Without you, we would never have gotten through these unprecedented times. For those who are or who have been estranged, struggling, lonely or isolated, and for those whose motherhood journey has been a challenging one, our hearts are with you. You are not alone.

The Memorial Day Parade will be Monday, May 30, led by members of Summit American Legion Post #322. It will include members of our police and fire departments, as well as school and civic groups. I will present a Summit Veteran Lifetime Achievement award at the ceremony on the Village Green, which will also feature a rifle salute, wreath laying and readings by local students

For mothers who we have lost, including my own, may we lovingly remember them and be thankful for them giving us the strength, courage and fortitude to carry on with them in our hearts. May the painful emptiness and loss that some of us may feel especially on Mother’s Day be comforted by the knowledge that a mother’s love is with us always. To all of our wives, including my own, partners and caregivers, thank you for all you do for our families, taking care of us and our homes, and for all you do for our community. To our children who have grown up to become mothers themselves, may you be blessed with patience, strength, kindness and courage in the most important role of your lives. Wishing you all a happy, healthy, joyous and blessed Mother’s Day!

Mayor Nora Radest Summit

Mayor Al Morgan New Providence

section of Sherman Avenue to support a walking/biking trail that can be continuous through to Peppertown Park and the eastern portion of Sherman. I continue to speak with the County Manager, Ed Oatman, and attorney for the property owner of Berkeley Caterers. I am pushing hard to finalize this purchase. The township owns a sewer plant adjacent to the Passaic River that needs emergent improvements to reduce gases flared off in the wastewater treatment process. Council members and I met with neighbors on Garfield to ensure we can improve the quality of life for that neighborhood. The Truth Community Healing Committee is planning the Multicultural Street Fair slated for Sept. 25, rain date Oct. 2. Current subcommittees cover Indian, Asian, Ukrainian, Italian, African and Caribbean cultures. Contact me to get involved, adevanney@bhtwp.com. Of course, it is budget season! This year, we placed a focus on infrastructure, mainly in three categories: roads, drainage and sewer. Our town, like others, has seen many roads deteriorate over time, with increased stormwater runoff and insufficient drainage. Our municipal drainage system has not been updated since the town was built. Angie D. Devanney Mayor Berkeley Heights

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All Invited To Visit, Tour New Township Library Community members are invited to visit the Berkeley Heights Public Library at 29 Park Ave. and tour the new building. Those who do not have them yet are welcome to sign up for free library cards, which give access to a wealth of information and entertainment. In addition to books and other media, the library offers e-books, e-audiobooks, digital magazines, movies and music to stream, a variety of research databases, children’s story times, book clubs and internet access. The library’s current hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays 2 to 5 p.m. Visitors must wear masks. In addition, live help with homework is available for students via BrainFuse Help Now, a service provided by the New Jersey State Library. A Berkeley Heights Library card provides access to assistance in a variety of subjects, and helps students get feedback on writing projects and practice standardized tests. For details about all library offering and programs, visit bhplnj.org.

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EET OUR MERCHANTS!

These pages are dedicated to connect the community with the heart of our commerce, our merchants! Get to know them, their thoughts and their business here, then go visit them and check out their offerings- they’d love to see you and mention you saw them here!

Has been a Summit business owner since 2019. Her family-owned, franchised location of Kika Stretch Studios in the Strand Mall is reopening just in time for graduation season, or let her and her staff of highly-trained coaches melt away your stress before vacation. Stop by and say “hi” at the studio. The Kika Method is a form of passive assistive stretching that helps the body release tension. The benefits include stress reduction, elimination of pain, soreness and general discomfort, improved posture and increased energy.

The Summit Lacrosse Club was founded 50 years ago -- in 1972 -- by a group of fathers, Rip Collins, Bill Wiebe, Eric Schmitt, Edward Joffe and Bob Ginsburg, supported by Summit parents. It was one of the New Jersey’s initial programs and has since flourished into a perennial lacrosse leader in the state. To celebrate this golden anniversary, events are planned for the weekend of June 24 that will include multiple gatherings including a “Muni” golf outing and Elks Club reception on Friday, alumni games for both younger and older graduates on Saturday afternoon, and culminating with a gala at the Reeves-Reed Arboretum on Saturday evening, with the goal to raise funds for a lacrosse wall to be built at Tatlock Field. Anyone interested in details about the celebration or who would like to make a donation can send an email to davidhadley42@gmail.com.

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The Our House, Our Run event returns as a live, in-person celebration on Saturday, May 14, at a new location in New Providence, Hillview Field on Central Avenue. There will also be a virtual race component. For information and to register, visit runsignup.com/ ourhouseourrun. The event will feature a 4-miler and a two-mile walk, plus more than $1,000 in prizes, medals, free photo downloads, long-sleeve T-shirts, lunch and a DJ. There will also be a team mileage challenge. In additional to taking part as a runner or walker, all are invited to help make the event

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a success by becoming a sponsor or setting up a fundraising page.

What happens when two local landmarks that stand less than a mile apart join forces for a fundraiser?

Our House, with headquarters in New Providence, was founded in 1980. Its mission is to provide healthy, stimulating and inclusive environments for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities through community residences, employment services, innovative day programs, social opportunities and related support services designed to help them achieve their full potential for living meaningful and productive lives. For details, visit ourhousenj.org.

In this case, on Thursday, May 5, from 5 to 8 p.m., the Summit Antiques Center, 511 Morris Ave., adjacent to Washington School, will host a preview of its weekend Mother’s Day Sale, with a portion of the evening’s proceeds donated to the Summit Historical Society, whose home is the oldest existing building in town (1741) and houses a local history museum and archives that are available to the public at no charge. All are welcome to the event, admission is free and refreshments will be served. As an added incentive, most items in dealers’ booths will be 20 percent off that night, and there will be a free door prize drawing. The antiques center site was constructed in 1904 as the North Summit Neighborhood House, founded by members of Central Presbyterian Church who saw a need for cultural, educational, religious and recreational services for the neighborhood’s immigrant population, most of whom

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A 1904 story in the Summit Herald highlighted the opening of the North Summit Neighborhood House, which is now the Summit Antiques Center on Morris Avenue. The site will host a fundraiser for the Summit Historical Society on Thursday, May 5, from 5 to 8 p.m. Call 908-277-1747 for details

were from Syria and Armenia and worked at nearby silk mills. At the rear of the building is what was known as the Assembly Room, used for Sunday School, evening church services, musical and stereopticon (slide projector) entertainments, kindergarten, club gatherings and gymnastics classes. For event details, contact the allvolunteer Summit Historical Society, 908-277-1747. The Carter House is at 90 Butler Parkway, open Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to noon, Wednesdays from 1 to 4 p.m. and by appointment. Membership is open to all.

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2022 Suburban Chamber of Commerce Listing In Alphabetical Order 908 Enterprises - Social Media Marketing

(908) 516-0776

Elefante Music & School For The Performing Arts (908) 464-5928

MORTGAGES BY JIM JOSEPH

Ace Pension Solutions LLC

(908) 295-2692

Elements Massage

(908) 464-1860

Adobe

(502) 530-0418

Embassy Suites by Hilton Berkeley Heights

(908) 897-1970

Mr. Handyman of S. Orange/Westfield/ Scotch Plains & Metuchen

Allsure Insurance Brokerage

(917) 533-9564

eMedical Urgent Care

(908) 464-6700

American Pension LLC

(908) 757-5151

eRepairPlus

Americans for Fair Taxation

(908) 578-4975

Ani Ramen House & MOCHINUT Anything Floral

Summit Prep

(908) 277-0128

Summit Ski and Sport

(908) 277-4170

(908) 259-4080

Summit Smiles

(908) 737-1313

My Gym Children's Fitness Center

(908) 665-2122

Summit Sport and Spine LLC

(908) 263-7043

(908) 656-6219

Natale's Summit Bakery

(908) 277-2074

Summit Tech Partners LLC

(908) 739-3102

Family Promise

(908) 273-1100

New Jersey Dance Theatre Ensemble

(908) 723-5622

Summit Transcendental Meditation Program (908) 522-0820

(908) 679-8157

First Energy

(973) 401-8497

New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra

(908) 603-7691

Sunrise of Summit

(908) 673-1400

(908) 464-5445

Fitness Factory, The

(908) 665-9500

New Providence Board of Education

(908) 464-9050

Super Kids Child Care/Learning Center

(908) 598-8383

Bake Bakery

(908) 522-9270

Five Star Painting of Summit

(908) 358-4782

New Providence Chiropractic

(908) 665-1818

Sweets to Crave

(609) 630-0005

Barth's Market

(908) 464-8555

New Providence Dentistry

(908) 376-9297

TAP Into Local LLC

(908) 279-0303

Bassett Associates

(908) 277-1176

Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC

(201) 843-5858

New Providence Fuel

(908) 464-7277

TapSnap

(862) 276-6749

Berkeley Cleaners

(908) 464-9859

Gabriele Fitness and Performance

(908) 464-4441

NJ Sharing Network

(908) 516-5400

Terrana Orthodontics

(908) 838-9220

Berkeley Hardware & Paint

(908) 464-2900

Gearhart Law

(908) 273-0700

Noke and Heard, LLP, CPA's

(908) 277-4145

The Adam M. Brown Law Group LLC

(908) 379-9731

Berkeley Heights Board of Education

(908) 464-1718

General Plumbing Supply

(732) 752-2020

Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child

(908) 522-8118

The American Yoga Academy

(973) 731-9960

Berkeley Heights YMCA

(908) 464-8373

Genualdi Family Partners, LP

(908) 273-7450

Office Evolution

(908) 280-1813

The Arc of Union County

(973) 315-0000

Berkshire Hathaway Home Services - Summit (908) 273-0400

Goodman's Deli

(908) 898-0900

Oratory School of Summit, NJ

(908) 273-1084

The Bar Method

(908) 522-1550

BIG. (Believe, Inspire, Grow)

(908) 337-5402

GRA ARCHITECT, INC

(908) 464-0106

Our House Inc

(908) 464-8008

The Body Shop Studio

(908) 307-3777

Blow In Blow Out

(908) 273-4947

Graham Relf Design

(908) 273-1790

Overlook Medical Center

(908) 522-2000

The Broadway Diner

(908) 273-4353

Body Align Physical Therapy

(646) 328-2525

Graphic Imagery, Inc.

(908) 755-2882

Paolo's Kitchen, Inc.

(908) 219-4166

The City of Summit

(908) 277-9400

Boll and Branch

(800) 678-3234

Graver Water Systems, LLC

(908) 516-1400

Passion for Spices

(908) 380-0644

The Dental Studio of Summit

(908) 273-1525

Borough of New Providence

(908) 665-1400

Harlee's Tap & Grille

(917) 548-0293

Pastrami House

(908) 464-2600

The Goddard School

(908) 991-7373

Bourne, Noll & Kenyon

(908) 277-2200

Haven Savings Bank- Berkeley Heights

(908) 790-0770

Peace of Mind Yoga

(908) 363-1825

The Grand Summit Hotel

(908) 273-3000

Brandywine Living at Summit

(908) 522-8852

Haven Savings Bank- Summit

(908) 522-0090

Peapack Private Wealth Management

(908) 598-1717

The Hub Murray Hill by BW Premier Collection (908) 665-9200

BrightStar Care

(908) 322-8200

Hoboken Farms

(800) 854-4644

Peapack-Gladstone Bank

(908) 273-2890

The Lewis-Chester Group

(908) 273-6100

Bubbakoos Burritios

(908) 922-3375

Home Again Design

(908) 464-8800

PEARLY WHITES

(908) 464-6789

The Liberty Group

(908) 964-8390

Care 1st Training Group

(908) 443-1277

Home For Good Dog Rescue

(908) 598-8212

Piattino

(908) 219-4801

The Meat House

(908) 228-5960

Chatham and Short Hills Lifestyle Magazine (973) 635-7377

Hometown Doc, LLC

(908) 376-6550

Primrose School of Berkeley Heights

(908) 286-0900

The Office Tavern Grill

(908) 522-0550

Christmas Decor of NJ

(908) 303-0081

Investors Bank - Berkeley Heights

(908) 464-0860

Private Prep

(908) 577-2390

The Pipes of Christmas

(917) 584-4180

Ciel Power LLC

(201) 632-3463

Investors Bank - Corporate Office

(973) 376-5100

Professional Appraisal Associates

(908) 273-2412

CivicStory

(813) 951-0419

Investors Bank - New Providence

(908) 286-1075

Prudential Advisors

(917) 837-9161

The Summit Foundation (formerly Summit Area Public Foundation)

Classic Construction Service

(908) 273-5252

Investors Bank - Summit

(908) 273-8150

PuroClean Restoration Services

(908) 577-9120

The Summit Playhouse

(908) 273-2192

Clear Point Designs

(917) 797-7923

Jaeger Lumber

(908) 686-0073

Reeves-Reed Arboretum

(908) 273-8787

Thomas Chase LLC

(917) 549-6472

Club Z! Tutoring Services

(908) 460-1855

Joseph Steiner

(908) 337-9536

Regal Bank- Summit

(908) 275-9450

Tide Dry Cleaners

(908) 219-4525

Coldwell Banker Realty

(908) 522-1800

Junior League of Summit

(908) 273-7344

Richard V. Carney Electrical Contractors, Inc. (908) 277-6961

TLC Computer Services

(877) 926-8852

Colonial Appliance & Electronics Inc.

(908) 665-1212

Keller Williams Realty Premier PropertiesSummit

Robinwood Kitchens Inc.

Total Health

(908) 665-0770

ROSEN KELLY CONWAY Architecture & Design (908) 273-6565

Township of Berkeley Heights

(908) 464-2700

Royal Caregivers

(800)668-2317

Union County College

(908) 709-7501

Color Me Mine

(201) 966-4017

Connection, The

(908) 273-4242

Constantine Village/Goldberg Realty

(908) 277-2041

Cove Carpet One Floor & Home

(908) 273-0220

CP Travel Advisor - LetsGlobetrot.com

(908) 517-1107

CWI.Design - Creative Wallcoverings & Interiors, Ltd.

(908) 665-7997

Data Online

(908) 273-2991

Keys 2 Success

(718) 812-7798

(908) 665-5900

KIKA STRETCH Studios - Summit

(908) 219-9187

SAGE Eldercare

(908) 273-5550

United Way of Greater Union County

(908) 353-7171

Kitchen Expressions

(908) 273-4442

Schroth and Lorenson Jewelers

(908) 273-1676

Verizon Wireless

(908) 516-2544

Kumon of Berkeley Heights

(908) 725-2857

Skin Deep Salon and Spa

(908) 508-1800

Vibrance For Life

(973) 218-1199

Lakeland Bank

(908) 522-6555

Virginia Jordan

(908) 273-1985

Lantern Hill, an Erickson Living Community

(908) 516-9136

Small Business Development Center at Kean University

(908) 737-4220

Virtue Tile + Design

(908) 273-6936

Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper (908) 273-1212

Smith + Schwartzstein LLC

(973) 206-1725

Visual Arts Center of New Jersey

(908) 273-9121

Smoothie King

(908) 918-1464

Vivid Stage

(908) 514-9654

Davies Insurance Management

(973) 985-9275

Linda's Creative Gifts

DeFabio Chiropractic & Sports Rehab LLC

(908) 771-0220

Liss Copy & Print, Homecare& Music Center (908) 277-3500

Smythe Volvo Inc.

(908) 273-4200

WashClub Laundry

(888) 970-9588

Delicious Heights

(908) 464-3287

Lois Schneider Realtor

(908)277-1398

Snapology Summit NJ

(646) 512-2196

Weichert Realtors- Summit

(908) 277-1200

Dempsey, Dempsey & Sheehan

(908) 277-0388

Luminous MedSpa & Salon

(908) 464-8208

Stony Hill Players

(888) 817-3013

Weichert Realtors- Joseph Eberle

(908) 868-4800

Donna Donaldson Home

(908) 277-0400

M&T Bank - Summit

(908) 273-0122

Suburban Chambers of Commerce

(908) 522-1700

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. / Berkeley Heights

(908) 522-5453

Don-Tre Professional Driving School, Inc

(973) 376-8118

Macy's Short Hills

(973) 912-5655

Summit Area YMCA

(908) 738-2170

Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts

(908) 790-0700

Door Boy LLC

(908) 464-1440

Main Street Movers

(973)732-3700

Summit Board of Education

(908) 273-3025

Winberie's Restaurant and Bar

(908) 277-4224

Dr. Rosalind S. Dorlen, Clinical Psychologist (908) 522-1444

Manhattan Bagel

(908) 516-2641

Summit Dental Partners

(908) 499-8707

Window Tailors

(908) 464-0644

Dunkin' Donuts- Berkeley Heights

(908) 879-5878

Marco Polo Restaurant & Tavern

(908) 277-4492

Summit Downtown, Inc.

(908) 277-6100

Woodward Properties, REALTORS

(908) 598-0155

DUXIANA

(908) 522-8200

Mind Body Wellness Center

(908) 522-1861

Summit Frame & Art, Inc.

(908) 273-8665

You Can Be Found

(732) 462-6019

Minuteman Press

(908) 857-4644

Summit Hearing Aid Center

(908) 277-6886

Your Kid's Urgent Care

(908) 420-5091

Monk's Home Improvements

(973) 635-7900

Summit Junior Baseball & Softball

(917) 439-8819

Zadie's Nurturing Den

(908) 277-8584

Edward Jones - Bob Competiello Financial Advisor

(973) 377-2377

www.suburbanchambers.org

(908) 473-0982

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