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SBDC Clients Recognized as

“Most Promising New Business” in Hunterdon

Pictured, left to right: Christopher J. Phelan, President & CEO, Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce; William Harnden, Regional Director, Small Business Development Center; James Robinson, Award Presenter, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage; Kelly McNamara, RN, co-owner, Nightingale, LLC; Michelle Heidi, Patton, Heide & Association, sponsor.

Pictured, left to right: Christopher J. Phelan, President & CEO, Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce; William Harnden, Regional Director, Small Business Development Center; James Robinson, Award Presenter, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage; Kelly McNamara, RN, co-owner, Nightingale, LLC; Michelle Heide, Patton, Heide & Association, sponsor.

Small Business Development Center (SBDC) clients Kelly McNamara and Christopher Kellogg were honored at the Hunterdon County Chamber of Commerce “Annual Awards Breakfast,” held at the Beaver Brook Country Club in Annandale, on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2018. The breakfast event celebrates Hunterdon County’s business vitality, and during this year’s event, ten recipients were recognized for their business success, leadership and community service. As co-owners of NightingaleNJ, LLC-Eldercare Navigators, McNamara and Kellogg (who could not attend) were honored as “The Most Promising New Business” in Hunterdon County, and presented by James Robinson. The Small Business Development Center at Raritan Valley Community College, managed by Regional Director Bill Harnden, provided ongoing business counseling and guidance to McNamara and Kellogg throughout the planning and launch of their business.

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