Cranford Chamber of Commerce

Welcome to the Cranford Area Chamber of Commerce Celebrating Our 75th Anniversary!

We are celebrating our 75th Anniversary! For 75 years we have served our community by improving members’ success through networking, educational opportunities, and encouraging business & community development.

Throughout 2020 we’ll be hosting a number of new and exciting events to celebrate our members and this momentous occasion. But our 75th anniversary isn’t just about celebrating the past; it’s about looking towards the future, it’s about reinvigorating our commitment to our community – It’s About Now!

To sign up for or renew your 2019 Cranford Chamber of Commerce Membership Click Here.


March Events:
  

Maximize Your Chamber Membership: Friday, March 27, Cranford Area Chamber Office, 8 Springfield Ave., Cranford, 8am – 9am. Our chamber office doors will be open  to meet with new members. No need to rsvp. Current members or prospects can come too. 

Free Food For Thought Virtual Workshop: Our Quarterly Education Series: Tuesday, March 31, UCEDC, 75 Chestnut Street, Cranford, 5:30pm – 7:00pm. Join us for our 1st workshop on Quickbooks, speaker, Keith Whelan, UCEDC. Click here to register or email [email protected]

April Events:

What The CARES Act Means for Employers Virtual Webinar: Wednesday, April 1, 11am. Join us for a timely discussion featuring Assemblyman Jon Bramnick. Click here to register.

 

Cranford Area Chamber of Commerce
8 Springfield Avenue
Cranford, NJ 07016
(908) 272-6114

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Welcome New Members:

Blast From The Past Hot Dogs & Catering
Jay Glassberg
973.979.0309
Fred Wolf
908.510.2792
2299 Belvedere Drive
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076

Foreverett Stories
Craig Ingber
555 South Ave East
Cranford, NJ 07016
908.403.2191

Holly Holdings LLC
Adam Kuczynski
1614 East 12th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11229
718.314.6208

Hynes Law Group
Jesse R. Hynes
2 S Ave E #200, 

Cranford, NJ 07016
908.514.8008
Lisa Surrusco
10 Alden Street
Cranford, NJ 07016
908.272.3400

Tomasso Brothers – Heating Oil, Heating, Air Conditioning, Oil Tanks, Junk Removal
Raymond Tomasso
612 E. Jersey Street
Elizabeth, NJ 07206
908.351.0313

Triarsi, Betancourt, Wukovits & Dugan
Mark Dugan
186 N Ave East
Cranford, NJ 07016
908.709.1700

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Senators Joe Cryan, Tom Kean and Nick Scutari will host a live stream with NJEDA Chief Executive Officer Tim Sullivan on April 8th for Union County Chambers and their members.

Click here to register and we will send you the link once it becomes available. www.cranford.com/contact-us/
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Senators Joe Cryan, Tom Kean and Nick Scutari will host a live stream with NJEDA Chief Executive Officer Tim Sullivan on April 8th for Union County Chambers and their members. 

Click here to register and we will send you the link once it becomes available. https://www.cranford.com/contact-us/

In this delicate time we ask you to show empathy and love for your neighbor. 💙 Remember, in a world when you can be anything, Be Kind. If you’re in need of some resources during this time, you can find them at
www.cranford.com/chamber/cranford-area-chamber-of-commerce-resources
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In this delicate time we ask you to show empathy and love for your neighbor. 💙 Remember, in a world when you can be anything, Be Kind. If you’re in need of some resources during this time, you can find them at 
https://www.cranford.com/chamber/cranford-area-chamber-of-commerce-resources

This Sunday, April 5th, Cranford residents are encouraged to, “Light the Night”, to show appreciation for our first responders, health care and essential workers. Residents are invited to light a candle on the sidewalk, turn on their porch light, place a light in the window, or even turn on some holiday lights. Your lights will shine for our Police and Fire Departments, DPW, First Aid Squad, doctors, nurses, teachers, restaurant, retail workers and anyone who is keeping Cranford moving during this crisis.
Lights should be lit at 8:00 pm and we invite all residents to come out and clap for these everyday heroes at 8:30 pm.Find your light and let it shine!

Light the Night in Cranford

This Sunday, April 5th, Cranford residents are encouraged to, “Light the Night”, to show appreciation for our first responders, health care and essential workers. Residents are invited to light a candle on the sidewalk, turn on their porch light, place a light in the window, or even turn on some holiday lights. Your lights will shine for our Police and Fire Departments, DPW, First Aid Squad, doctors, nurses, teachers, restaurant, retail workers and anyone who is keeping Cranford moving during this crisis.
Lights should be lit at 8:00 pm and we invite all residents to come out and clap for these everyday heroes at 8:30 pm.
Please share your photos on Facebook and at Virtual Cranford and Cranford Community Connection
and let it shine!
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This Sunday, April 5th, Cranford residents are encouraged to, “Light the Night”, to show appreciation for our first responders, health care and essential workers. Residents are invited to light a candle on the sidewalk, turn on their porch light, place a light in the window, or even turn on some holiday lights. Your lights will shine for our Police and Fire Departments, DPW, First Aid Squad, doctors, nurses, teachers, restaurant, retail workers and anyone who is keeping Cranford moving during this crisis.
Lights should be lit at 8:00 pm and we invite all residents to come out and clap for these everyday heroes at 8:30 pm.

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We live up the street! This parade was awsome! My daughter was completely enamored by the police, fire trucks, balloons and signs! Happy birthday Maddie!

Maddie thanks you all!!! - the Colineri family

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