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									                                                                                                                                         Southern New Jersey’s
                       www.vinelandchamber.org                                                                                           Business-to-Business
                       GREATER VINELAND                                                                                                       Newsletter
                                                                                                                                             Serving Cumberland, Salem,
                       CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                                                                                           Atlantic, Cape May and Gloucester Counties




                                         News & Views
Volume 19                                                                    October 2006                                                                       Number 10

                                                                                            Commerce Secretary announces goals,
                                                                                            hears concerns of business people
                                                                                                    eclaring that business                      Information is also available on

                                                                                            D       is Governor Jon S.
                                                                                                    Corzine’s priority, the
                                                                                            N.J. Secretary of Commerce,
                                                                                                                                               the web site at
                                                                                                                                               www.state.nj.us/commerce.
                                                                                                                                                    During the question and
                                                                                            Virginia Bauer, listed six ini-                    answer period, Rick Hasenauer,
                                                                                            tiatives set by the Corzine                        Director of Human Resources at
                                                                                            administration to benefit the      Virginia Bauer Kimble Glass, asked why it took
                                                                                            business community.                                  so long to receive reimburse-
                                                                                                Bauer made her remarks at the first       ments from the state for taxable items
                                                                                            Chamber general membership lunch-             purchased through the revised Urban
                                                                                            eon of the fall season, held at the           Enterprise Zone (UEZ) rate.
                                                                                            Vineland Ramada Inn on Sept. 21.              Under the state’s new regulations that
                                                                                                Corzine’s six-point plan, reported        raised the sales tax from 6 to 7 percent
                                                                                            Bauer, consists of:                           and the UEZ rate from 3 to 3.5 per-
                                                           Prestige Publications photo
                                                                                                • Marketing New Jersey with               cent, businesses grossing more than $1
Chatting before the Chamber’s luncheon presentation are, from left, Gary
Galloway, Chamber president; Joann Ritter of the N.J. Commerce & Economic                          partners from the business             million must pay the full tax and then
Growth Commission; and the speaker, Virginia Bauer, CEO / Secretary of the                         community;                             complete multiple forms to be eligible
Commission.                                                                                     • Developing an excellent work            for the reduced rate. Bauer responded
                                                                                                  force by working with colleges          that she would take his concerns to the
                                                                                                  and universities;                       governor and “work on it.”
New local business attracts Eagles wives                                                        • Emphasizing access to cities in
                                                                                                  the state while protecting the
                                                                                                                                             Kathy Farinaccio of Comcast
                                                                                                                                          expressed her concern with the lack of
                                                                                                  environment;                            affordable health insurance. Bauer said
                                                                                                • Nurturing the development of            the issue is a “top priority” and she is
                                                                                                  new technologies;                       “looking to address how to make
                                                                                                • Encouraging the development of          health care more accessible.”
                                                                                                  small, minority and women-                 Ralph Avallone, president of
                                                                                                  owned businesses; and                   American Dream Custom Builders,
                                                                                                • Enhancing the global                    suggested the administration was “anti-
                                                                                                   competitiveness of New Jersey          development.” Bauer countered that it
                                                                                                   businesses.                            embraces the philosophy of “smart
                                                                                                To implement the plan, Bauer said         development” and is working with the
                                                                                            all departments of the state must work        state Department of Environmental
                                                                                            together. “You are our customers,” she        Protection.
                                                                                            said to the audience. “I’m never too             Harry Hearing, a local accountant,
                                                                                            busy to hear your concerns.”                  questioned the state’s licensing fees,
                                                                                                She also announced a new toll-free        asking, “How is that a business friend-
                                                                                            phone number to access information            ly attitude?”
                                                                                            regarding state programs and services            Bauer responded that (Corzine) “is
                                                                                            to aid business people:                       as kind to the business community as
                                                                                                     1-86-NJFIRST9.                       he can be.”



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                                                                                           Legislative Update
Tammy Reid, left, wife of Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid, was on hand last
month for the grand opening of Brian’s Furs and Leathers, LLC, at 739 E. Landis
                                                                                           New law ensures contractors are paid quickly
Ave. Brian Jenkins, owner of the shop, stands between Reid and Lindsay                           he Chamber legislative commit-

                                                                                           T
                                                                                                                                        for the amount of the payment plus
Mornhinweg, wife of assistant head coach Marty. Tammy Reid says she plans to                     tee recently learned that clients      interest under a new law enacted Sept. 4.
do her fur shopping in Vineland from now on, following Jenkins from the Cherry                   will now have to pay contrac-             Governor Jon S. Corzine signed the
Hill shop where she used to shop.                                                          tors and subcontractors within 30            legislation that applies to both public
                                                                                           days of their billing date or be liable      and private contracts. Clients have 20
                                                                                                                                        days to dispute any part of the payments
  Calendar of Events                                   Attention, Chamber Members:                                                      but must notify the contractor in writing
                                                                                                                                        as to how much is being withheld and
      General Membership                                                                                                                why.
           Luncheon                                                                       Flu Shots for $25                                The legislative committee also
       Thursday, Oct. 19                                                                  Chamber Office, 2115 S.                       reminds businesses that they are prohib-
     11:45 a.m. -1:15 p.m.                                                                                                              ited from sending unsolicited fax mes-
     Ramada Inn, Vineland                                                                 Delsea Dr., Vineland                          sages or advertisements under a new
    Speaker: Sandy Forosisky                                                              Wednesday, Oct. 25                            state law that took effect last year.
      Vineland Director of                                                                10 A.M. - 11:30 A. M.                            Businesses can still send unsolicited
        Redevelopment                                                                                                                   fax messages to recipients with whom
                                                                                          and 1 P.M. - 2:30 P.M.                        they have an existing business relation-
                                                                                                                                        ship. Nonprofit organizations and busi-
     Vineland Firefighters’
                                                                                                                                        ness, professional or trade associations
            Dinner                                                                         Call Cathy, 691-7400, to
                                                                                                                                        can also use fax “blasts” to contact
       Saturday, Oct. 14                                                                  schedule an appointment.                      members. However, the faxed message
           6 -10 p.m.                                                                                                                   must include a notice that recipients can
    Moose Hall, Wheat Road                                                                                                              request to be removed from the list.
           Vineland                               Flu shots provided by South Jersey Healthcare-
                                                                                                                                           If you would like to be removed from
                                                           Occupational Health Services                                                 the Chamber’s fax blast list, let us know.
 Greater Vineland                            From the Director’s Desk
 Chamber of Commerce
 2115 S. Delsea Drive
 Vineland, NJ 08360
                                                Firefighters: the warriors and true heroes of America
 Phone: (856) 691-7400                             irefighters...they are a breed of their own. They work long                           Some say that firefighters are just thrill-seekers looking for a
 Fax: (856) 691-2113
 Web Page:
 www.vinelandchamber.org
 E-mail: info@vinelandchamber.org
                                             F     days and sleep short nights. They go for hours and some-
                                                   times days on end with only a precious little bit of sleep.
                                             Yet they do their job well.
                                                                                                                                     quick rush, while others –– those
                                                                                                                                     who have experienced them first
                                                                                                                                     hand –– say they are warriors.
                                                 Firefighters can quit at any time; no one is looking over their                         These reasons are all merely
 Executive Director                          shoulder telling them they can’t, but in spite of that they don’t                       speculations; nobody will ever
 Paige Desiere
                                             quit. And when you ask them why, there is a pause and then the                          know what makes a firefighter a
 Officers
                                             response “I don’t really know” or, “I can’t really put my finger                        firefighter. But one thing is for
 President of the Board
 Gary Galloway, Rental Country               on it.” It has been described as a feeling deep in the gut that                         sure –– the men and women who
 First Vice President                        can’t be ignored, something telling you that this is what you are                       don’t abuse the power, respect
 Gina Biagi, Eye Associates                  here to do.                                                                             others, and love the job for what
 Second Vice President                           A group of individuals may enter a department for no reason                         it is are the true heroes of
 Robert DeSanto, Gruccio, Pepper,            at all –– just looking for something to do –– but of that group                         America. They are the public
 DeSanto & Ruth, P.A.                        one or two will get their first taste of fire and realize that this is                  servants and protectors of the            Paige Desiere
 Third Vice President                        in their heart, and they will do it until they are physically unable                    innocent.
 Wayne Triantos, Triantos,                   to any longer.                                                                              The Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce will be
 Deon & Delp                                     Then there are those who grew up with firefighter dads or                           hosting a dinner to honor our local firefighters on
 Immediate Past President
                                             moms and found something magical about the way they would                               Saturday, October 14. Please show your gratitude by spon-
 Dennis Palmer, Landis Sewerage
                                             go off Tuesday and come back Friday with a tired look on their                          soring a firefighter and guest. The cost is $75 – checks
 Authority
 Board of Directors                          face but with a certain gleam of pride in their eye that told you                       can be made payable to the Greater Vineland Chamber of
 Tony Asselta, Asselta Mechanical            they loved what they were doing. Or when they’d go off in the                           Commerce and sent to 2115 S. Delsea Drive, Vineland NJ
 Pete Capizola, Newfield Bank                middle of the night at the sound of their pager and come back                           08360. Please indicate that your donation is for the 2006
 Diana Caraballo, AFLAC                      later that day with the same gleam in their eye–– despite utter                         Firefighter’s Recognition Dinner. Thank you for your
 Jeannine Cavagnaro, Cumberland              exhaustion.                                                                             support!
 Empowerment Zone
 Dennis DeMatte Jr., Cumberland
 County Improvement Authority
 Kathy Farinaccio, Comcast
                                                                                                                                             General Membership Luncheon
 Jeff George, Cold Stone Creamery                                                                                                              Thursday, October 19, 2006
 Doug Grant, Landis Title Corporation                                                                                                         11:45 A.M. Luncheon,Ramada Inn
 Russell Kadlac, Stanker & Galetto
 Lilly Kejzman, Ramada Inn
                                                                                                                                            (2216 W. Landis Avenue, Vineland)
 Kevin Kleiner, Dondero’s Jewelry                                                                                                                   $20.00 per person
 Victor LaTorre, LaTorre Hardware                                                                                                         Speaker: Sandy Forosisky, Vineland Director
 Glenn Lillie, Allen Associates
                                                                                                                                                 of Redevelopment, on downtown
 Tammy Maciocha, South Jersey Gas
 John McClain, Century 21                                                                                                                 improvements and new projects in the works.
 Graham Realty
 Ron Rossi, Rossi Honda
 Diane Sacco, Sun Bank
 Lou Tramontana, Torchio Bros.
 Treasurer: Harry Hearing, Romano,
 Hearing, Testa & Knorr, C.P.A.
 Solicitor: Michael Benson,                                   Chamber of Commerce photo
 Buonadonna, Benson & Parenti, P.C.           The first “Chamber Chatter,” held last
 NEWS & VIEWS Publisher:                      month at Lucia’s Restaurant, attract-                     Greater Vineland Chamber of Commerce
 Cohansey Cove Publishing                     ed a sizeable crowd. Among those                         General Membership Luncheon • October 19
 Editor: Paige Desiere                        attending were Marcus Evans from                            2115 S. Delsea Dr. Vineland, NJ 08360
                                              the Clinic of Total Relaxation and Sue                  REGISTER ONLINE: www.vinelandchamber.org
                                              Portadin of the Rehabilitation
                                                                                               Phone: (856) 691-7400                  Fax: (856) 691-2113
 AT T N B U S I N E S S                       Hospital of South Jersey.
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    To advertise in the                     Support your skeleton!                             ___ # attending @ $20 each ($30 for non-members). Please
    Vi n e l a n d C h a m b e r
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                                            out and support your skeleton” at the              ___ Please check if you would like the chance to introduce
                                            fourth annual “Halloween Bone Run,                       yourself at an upcoming Chamber luncheon.
                                            Walk & Roll” for osteoporosis preven-              Check enclosed for $ ________
                                            tion and disability awareness.
       “Your Avenue To Greater Revenue” ®
                                               Hosted by the Rehabilitation Hospital
                                                                                               Visa/MasterCard_________________________
         It’s Affordable...                 of South Jersey, the event on Oct. 29 at           Exp. Date ________
     It’s Effective...And It’s              Parvin State Park, Pittsgrove, includes a          Business_______________________________
    Everywhere In Greater                   5K run, 5K wheelchair race and one to              Name(s)________________________________
      Cumberland County                     four-mile “health walk.” Cash prizes                                                         Please return registration forms by
                                            will be awarded.                                                                                Tuesday, October 17, 2006
 Ads That Work!                                For contribution collection envelopes,
                                            registration or information, call 856-
                Call Today                                                                      All reservations are considered confirmed. If you do not attend, you will be billed for
                                            696-3924 or 856-896-2050, or visit the                                           the cost of the luncheon..
 (856) 825-8811                             web site, www.bonerun.com.



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Business Spotlight of the Month
DCA administrator leads concerned, dedicated staff at dialysis center

T
         he warning signs are clear: If you                                                                                                                                                                  two cats. She recently
        have diabetes and high blood                                                                                                                                                                         “adopted” an aban-
        pressure, you’re a prime candidate                                                                                                                                                                   doned mallard duck,
for kidney failure.                                                                                                                                                                                          whom she rehabilitat-
    So says Janice Wise, administrator of                                                                                                                                                                    ed sufficiently to
the DCA (Dialysis Corporation of                                                                                                                                                                             enable him to live
America) office in Vineland at Maintree                                                                                                                                                                      happily on a nearby
Commons on East Chestnut Avenue and                                                                                                                                                                          farm. “I guess it’s in
Main Road.                                                                                                                                                                                                   my nature as a nurse
    “They––not alcoholism––are the two                                                                                                                                                                       to take care of every-
main causes of renal (kidney) failure,                                                                                                                                                                       one, even the ani-
she says. “And the sad part is, it can be                                                                                                                                                                    mals,” she comments.
avoided” by periodic monitoring by                                                                                                                                                                               She lavishes praise
one’s physician.                                                                                                                                                                                             on her 25-member
    Still, if those conditions or others                                                                                                                                                                     staff, which includes
lead to kidney problems requiring dialy-                                                                                                                                                                     three doctors, a social
sis, it’s comforting to know there is a                                                                                                                                                                      worker, dietician,
nearby facility that provides excellent                                                                                                                                                                      nurses and patient
services.                                                                                                                                                                                                    care technicians.
    Although Wise is in charge of the                                                                                                                                                                        “They are all con-
two Southern New Jersey DCA facili-                                                                                                                                                                          cerned, and leave a
ties––the other, much smaller, is in                                                                                                                                                                         part of themselves
Manahawkin––it’s the Vineland office                                                                                                                                 Prestige Publications photo
                                                                                                                                                                                                             with the patient and
that commands much of her attention.          Janice Wise, administrator at the DCA office in Vineland (second right) interacts with patient                                                                 take another part
She’s generally in Vineland four days a       Dayton Gould and, at left, Dr. Elis M. Priori, and Donna DuBrink, right, Director of Nursing.                                                                  home with them,” she
week and in Manahawkin just one.              work part-time,” she explains, and lead                             been a critical care nurse at a hospital in Darby, Pa., and                                says. “They really
    The Vineland office handles close to      a fairly normal life as long as you                                 then went on to a pharmaceutical company as a clinical spe-                                embrace their respon-
100 patients a day, in three shifts. Two      adhere to the treatment regimen.                                    cialist /educator for a dialysis treatment product. She then                               sibilities.”
main services are provided: hemodialy-           Wise is an R.N. and C.N.N. (certified                            decided to take “the next step in my profession” with DCA.                                     Which could also
sis, the traditional blood cleansing pro-     nephrology nurse) who has been with                                    She still lives in Boothwyn, Pa. (in southeastern                                       be said of the admin-
cedure for those with improperly func-        DCA for two years. She previously had                               Pennsylvania) with her mother, former mother-in-law and                                    istrator herself.
tioning kidneys; and peritoneal dialysis,
a self-cleansing method that the patient
administers himself at home through the
abdominal cavity, available to those
                                                  SERVICES...Provided by Fellow Chamber Members!
who feel comfortable doing it them-
selves.
    The traditional method involves
treatment three days a week, four hours
                                                                                      Appliances                                                        Auto/Truck Service
at a time. “It’s like a part-time job,”
says Wise, but points out that dialysis
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News & Views • October 2006                                                                                                                                                                                               Page 3
                                            What’s new in business?
                                                                                                                                                                      at Cumberland County College for anyone

B
      ig Brothers Big Sisters of
      Cumberland and Salem Counties                                                                                                                                   working at least 30 hours per week for a private-
      is hosting “The Big Night,” an                                                                                                                                  ly-owned company. Introduction to Windows
“evening of fine wines, music and                                                                                                                                     will be taught Oct. 4, 5, 11 and 12 ;
extravagant auction bidding,” say the                                                                                                                                 Introduction to Word and E-Mail, Oct. 18,
organizers.                                                                                                                                                           19, 25 and 26; and Basic Math: Excel on Nov.
   The event takes place on Friday,                                                                                                                                   8, 9, 15 and 16, all from 3 to 5 p.m. Classes run
Nov. 3, at Merighi’s Savoy Inn from 7                                                                                                                                 a total of eight hours and are held at the college
to 10:30 p.m. Wines are by Brewster                                                                                                                                   in the Wheaton Building in W-6.
Fine Wines & Liquors. Sun National                                                                                                                                        Call Cindy Phillips at 856-691-8600, exten-
Bank is the event partner.                                                                                                                                            sion 377 or e-mail her at cphillips@cccnj.edu.
   Tickets at $75 per person are avail-
able by calling 856-692-0916 or visiting                                                                                                                                 Achieve Physical Therapy announces that
the web site, www.bbbscsnj.org.                                                                                                                                       Vineland Mayor Perry Barse has designated
                                                                                                                                                                      October as “National Physical Therapy Month”
   Another Big Brothers Big Sisters                                                                                                                                   for the City of Vineland.
project is a drawing for a 2006 Porsche                                                                                                                                  In recognition of the mayor’s proclamation,
and Mercedes Benz that will take place                                                                                                                                the facility will offer “Bike Safety Analysis” for
on Oct. 8 at 7:45 p.m. at the Deerfield                                                                                                                               both recreational and serious cyclists and
Township Harvest Festival in                                                                                                                                          “Balance and Fall” assessments for the over-50
Rosenhayn. Tickets are $100; only 999                                                                                                                                 population.
will be sold, and the winner need not be                                                                                                                                 The programs will be held Oct. 14 and
present. Call 856-692-0916 or mail to                                                                                                   Chamber of Commerce photo     Oct.21. Call Leslie Durham at 856-690-9977 for
P.O. Box 2188, 1944 E. Landis Ave.,                                Three businesses sharing the building at 10 E. Main St., Millville,                                more information.
Vineland, NJ 08362-2188.                                           recently celebrated a grand opening. From left are Bob Connor,
                                                                   Mints Insurance Agency; Tony Romano and Brett Buonadonna,                                             Ye Olde Centerton Inn is accepting reserva-
  Free computer courses are available                              Romano Buonadonna Financial Services; Diana Caraballo, Premium                                     tions for holiday parties, with private dining
                                                                   Employee Benefit Resources; and Todd Buonadonna, Mints                                             rooms available for parties of 2 to 75 in the 300-
                                                                                                         Insurance Agency. Also part of                               year-old carriage stop inn.
         We l c o m e , Ne w Me m b e r s !                                                              the celebration were Doug and
                                                                                                         Suzanne Grant, owners of
                                                                                                                                                                         The restaurant can arrange luncheons, dinners
                                                                                                                                                                      or cocktail parties with special orders and party
Brian’s Famous Furs                                                                                      Landis Title Corporation (not
                                                                   Sherwood Forest Homes                                                                              trays available, as well as takeouts anytime. The
                                                                                                         pictured), who recently
Furrier                                                            Residential builders                                                                               inn is at 1136 Almond Road, Pittsgrove. Call
                                                                                                         opened a satellite office at the
739 E. Landis Ave.,Suite A                                         105 N. High St.,                                                                                   856-358-3201 for information or reservations.
                                                                                                         same location.
Vineland, NJ 08360                                                 Millville, NJ 08332
Ph: 856-690-5710 • Fax: 856-690-5709                               Ph: 856-825-8256 • Fax: 856-825-8250
www.briansfamousfurs.com
Brian Jenkins
                                                                   www.thinksherwood.com
                                                                   Michelle Metcalf
                                                                                                                       MEMBER
                                                                                                                        2006                                Membership                             MEMBER
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906 E. Landis Ave.,Vineland, NJ 08360                                                                                              ABCO Insurance Services, Inc.             Albert Maccani, CPA
                                                                   106 W. Landis Ave. Unit 10
Ph: 856-405-0388 • Fax: 856-405-0399                                                                                               Achieve Physical Therapy                  Nirvana Kitchens & Baths, LLC
                                                                   Vineland, NJ 08360
Ben Robinson                                                                                                                       Affiliated Podiatrists of South Jersey    Ogren Construction
                                                                   Ph: 856-692-2750 • Fax: 856-692-2790
                                                                                                                                   Art Anderson, Inc.                        Paychex
                                                                   www.c-s-d.org
                                                                                                                                   Applebee’s                                Perfection Auto Sales
                                                                   Janie Flores
                                                                                                                                   Arbor Associates, Inc.                    Phoenix Business Forms, Inc.
                                                                                                                                   Barretta Plumbing, Inc.                   Prestige Publications
                                                                   Wolf, Block, Schorr and                                         Chalow Electric                           Quinn Broadcasting
                                                                   Solis-Cohen LLP                                                 Chapman Manufactured Housing              Rienzi Bridal Salon
                                                                   Law firm                                                        Colonial Title Agency                     Rone Funeral Service
                                                                   1940 Route 70 East, Suite 200                                   Commuter Signs                            Rural Opportunities, Inc.
                                                                   Cherry Hill, NJ 08003                                           “D” Electric Motors                       Sacred Heart High School
                                                                   Ph: 856-874-4203 • Fax: 856-874-4363                            D’Amato Plumbing & Heating                South Jersey Gas
                                                                   www.wolfblock.com                                               Ed Costante Tires, Inc.                   Stringari & Cimer, CPA’s
                                                                   Dante J. Romanini                                               Equity One, Inc.                          The Professional Liability Insurance
                                                                                                                                   First Choice Freezer                         Group
                                                                   International Marketing                                         Glenn Insurance, Inc.                     Total Security Alarms
                                                                   1000 N. Main St.                                                Hoag-Parrish Financial Management         Turf Construction Co., Inc.
                                                                   Glassboro, NJ 08028                                             Hospice Care of South Jersey              Twice Loved Treasures
                                                                   Ph: 856-420-3160                                                J.W. Pedersen, Architect                  V.M. Glass Company
                                                                   Carlos A. Oberti                                                Joe’s Poultry Farm                        Vineland Roofing Co.
                                                                                                                                   Laury Heating Company                     L.J. Zucca, Inc.




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