The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce Foundation has established the Hunterdon County Business Hall of Fame to honor current and past business leaders, businesses and organizations who have made important contributions to the community. The second class of Hall of Fame laureates will be honored during an induction ceremony at the Ryland Inn on May 7.
“The Hunterdon County Business Hall of Fame highlights exceptional leadership and innovation which is part of Hunterdon’s rich history,” said Foundation Board Member Rosemary Fellner, chief marketing officer with Unity Bank. “By sharing the stories of the 2019 laureates, we hope to inspire more entrepreneurs to enrich our business community.”
The Business Hall of Fame has a display at the Foundation, in the historic Reading-Large House in Flemington. A traveling kiosk for the Hall of Fame is being exhibited throughout the county at businesses, public locations and schools. The kiosk will share videos featuring honorees and their contributions to Hunterdon County.
The inductees to the Hall of Fame for 2019 are from several categories. The 2019 inductees and the honor they will receive are:
“The Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the Hunterdon County Business Hall of Fame and the second class for 2019,” said Chris Phelan, Chamber Foundation president. “The mission and goal of the Hunterdon County Business Hall of Fame and the Chamber Foundation is to support the growth of business and entrepreneurism in Hunterdon County. The Hunterdon County Business Hall of Fame will be inspirational based on the inductees’ individual legacies and contributions to the County business community. I think it will be a great tool to fuel momentum as we strive for economic growth in Hunterdon County.”
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