Hamilton Mayor Continues Open Dialogue with Business Leaders Leading Up to Popular ‘Taste of Hamilton’ Event
Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede speaks to a crowd of local business leaders as she continued her open dialogue with Hamilton’s business community at this week’s Networking with Mayor Yaede event, organized by the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission. Business leaders and residents can enjoy another popular networking and food tasting event later this month during the Taste of Hamilton.
This week, Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede continued her open dialogue with business leaders from across the community at the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission’s “Networking with Mayor Yaede” event.
Nearly 100 attendees stopped by Blend Bar & Bistro on State Highway 33 in Hamilton for the second installment of the quarterly networking series that allows business leaders an opportunity to speak with Mayor Yaede about economic issues while networking with other community business leaders.
During the event, Mayor Yaede spoke about recent economic activity along Hamilton’s State Highway 33 business corridor, which includes the continued development of Hamilton Plaza and the coming Court at Hamilton project that will reinvigorate Suburban Plaza with a new Walmart to anchor the retail center and attract other commercial tenants. Yaede also discussed the recent announcement of plans for a Homewood Suites extended stay hotel on US Highway 130 and Kuser Road at the former Hamilton-Harley Davidson site.
Yaede enjoys the open dialogue with local business leaders – using the opportunity to identify ways that Hamilton Township can continue expanding economic opportunities that benefit the community’s businesses and residents.
“I understand that one of the best ways to assist our local business leaders is to simply listen to their ideas and suggestions, and then see how our local government can create an economic environment that supports their investments in our community,” explains Mayor Yaede. “An open dialogue with our local business leaders and entrepreneurs is the right recipe to ensure that Hamilton Township continues to enjoy job opportunities for our residents, commerce to support our existing businesses and growth opportunities to benefit the future of our community.”
Business leaders and residents who missed the latest networking event can enjoy another opportunity to network later this month at the Taste of Hamilton. The popular food tasting event that promotes some of Hamilton’s fine restaurants to new clientele, takes place on Monday, May 20th at the Seward Johnson Center for Arts at Grounds For Sculpture (located at 18 Fairgrounds Road in Hamilton, NJ 08619) from 5:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
Advance tickets are available for $25 per individual and can be reserved online at www.HTEDAC.eventbrite.com or by calling Economic Development Commission Members Kevin Collins at (609) 203-2970 or Harold Laudien at (732) 715-5757. Checks can be made payable to HTEDAC (the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission) and can be mailed to P.O. Box 2926, Hamilton, NJ 08690. [ Further Details are Below ]
Annual Hamilton Food Tasting Event
To Do Its Best Take on New Reality TV Show
Call for Hamilton Restaurants to Participate; Sponsorship Opportunities Available
In ABC’s reality TV show The Taste, judges sample a spoonful of food from contestants before making their decision. But this May, attendees of a popular local food tasting event can be their own judge by sampling a spoonful from some of Hamilton best restaurants at the annual “Taste of Hamilton”.
The popular event, sponsored by Hamilton Township and its Economic Development Advisory Commission, returns to the Seward Johnson Center for Arts at Grounds For Sculpture (located at 18 Fairgrounds Road in Hamilton, NJ 08619) on Monday, May 20th from 5:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
Advance tickets are available for $25 per individual and can be reserved online at www.HTEDAC.eventbrite.com or by calling Economic Development Commission Members Kevin Collins at (609) 203-2970 or Harold Laudien at (732) 715-5757. Checks can be made payable to HTEDAC (the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission) and can be mailed to P.O. Box 2926, Hamilton, NJ 08690.
Hamilton Restaurants interested in participating in the “Taste of Hamilton” can contact the Economic Commission through the above website or phone numbers to learn more about this great opportunity to reach the hundreds of local residents that attend the annual event. Participating restaurants are required to place a $100 deposit to reserve their exhibition location at the “Taste of Hamilton”, which will be reimbursed following their participation in the event.
Additionally, Sponsorship Opportunities exist for local businesses interested in supporting the event, with complimentary tickets available for some sponsorship levels.
“With great food, a beautiful location and hundreds of our friends and neighbors, the annual ‘Taste of Hamilton’ is an event that you won’t want to miss,” says Hamilton Township Mayor Kelly A. Yaede. “I encourage our local restaurants, business leaders and fellow residents to join us for this great, annual event and enjoy some of the best food that Hamilton Township has to offer.”