NJAWBO holds their annual business showcase

| 28 Mar 2012 | 03:26

NEWTON — The New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) Sussex-Warren Chapter hosted their fifth annual business showcase on Monday, March 12 at Project Self Sufficiency in Newton. Local businesses displayed their products and presented their company and services to interested area residents and visitors. Donations were collected for the host facility, Project Self Sufficiency. NJAWBO provides the necessary tools to help women business owners grow their business and this showcase event is one example of the many events, programs and benefits available to members. Project Self-Sufficiency of Sussex County is a non-profit agency that helps low-income families in the New Jersey counties of Sussex, Morris and Warren to achieve economic self-sufficiency and family stability. For information or to make a donation, call 973-940-3500 or visit their facebook page. Julianne Weinmann, VP of Marketing for NJAWBO Sussex-Warren Chapter said, “The Business Showcase is just one of the many opportunities women business owners have to network with other businesses and their potential customers, market and sell their products and services and raise awareness of the benefits of their non-profit organizations.” In addition to their special events, the Sussex-Warren Chapter of NJAWBO meets monthly, rotating venues throughout Sussex and Warren Counties and also participates in joint meetings with other state chapters for even greater exposure and networking opportunities for members. At NJAWBO meetings, members learn new and better ways of achieving their business goals and enjoy socializing as well. For more information, or to join the Sussex-Warren Chapter of NJAWBO, email eseiler@gmail.com or call 908-637-8736. For more information about NJAWBO, call the state headquarters at 609-799-5101, email njawbo@njawbo.org or visit www.njawbo.org.