Seventh Annual Network on Lake Hopatcong Set for June 26, 2014

May 21, 2014

Chief Marketing Officer for the NY/NJ Super Bowl and Former CFO of The New York Yankees headline Business Networking Event at Bridge Marina

Bridge Marina and the Jefferson Township Chamber of Commerce will host the seventh annual “Network on Lake Hopatcong” event at Bridge Marina’s lakeside facility on Thursday, June 26, 2014 from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.  Guests are invited to enjoy an evening of networking, gourmet fare from The Market Place, boat rides, live music, door prizes and more.

The event will feature a lively conversation with Amy Aronoff Blumkin, who was most recently the CMO for the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee as well as Barry Pincus, the former CFO for The New York Yankees.  Acclaimed author and entrepreneur Eric Sinoway will moderate the event. 

Cost: $25 for Chamber of Commerce members; $30 for non-members.  Proceeds benefit the Jefferson Township Chamber of Commerce.

To register, or for more information, please click here.  Space is limited and pre-registration by June 20, 2014 is required.

For directions, click here or download Bridge Marina’s free Lake Hopatcong Boater’s App.

About Amy Aronoff Blumkin: Amy Aronoff Blumkin was most recently the CMO for the NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee.  Proclaimed as a highly successful event, Blumkin, together with her team led the host committee’s marketing efforts which included designing, launching and maintaining the website, social media activity and the record-breaking NY/NJ Super Bowl Host Committee Social Media Communications Center; creating all necessary planning, communications and regional décor elements and developing the breakthrough “Join the Huddle” mobile tour, a first-ever mobile tour associated with a Super Bowl.

Blumkin’s marketing and strategy career spans over 25 years working for some of the top tier marketing and sales organizations in the world.  Her experience includes positions within AT&T, American Express and the Walt Disney Company.  Known for her ability to lead, inspire, crystallize and execute, Amy developed marketing and sales plans for some of Walt Disney World’s biggest initiatives including Animal Kingdom, new business ventures and annual press junkets.   She also led the annual operating plan process and developed programs to improve the strategic process and coached senior management. 

About Barry Pincus: Barry Pincus’s career has been a progression of increasingly challenging positions leaving him well versed in all aspects of media management including finance and accounting, operations, human resources, systems development, organizational structuring, and business development. He has helped develop some of the most powerful world renowned brands as a finance and business executive. He is a CPA beginning his career with Coopers and Lybrand and has been the CFO for organizations as diverse as the American Red Cross of Greater New York, The New York Yankees and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia. While at Dennis Publishing, Pincus created a new brand development effort for Maxim, Stuff and Blender magazines resulting in significant revenues and brand equity. His experience extends deeply into both traditional and new media including print, television, radio, online and mobile. He is currently the CFO for IMG Artists, the premier manager of classical music talent and related attractions worldwide.

About Eric Sinoway: Eric Sinoway is the author of “Howard’s Gift” and the President & Co-Founder of Axcess Worldwide, a New York-based partnership development company.  As an entrepreneur, Eric is involved in a wide-range of interesting and challenging projects and companies, including serving as a partner in Double-Cross Vodka, a top-shelf spirit produced in the Slovak Republic; Patagonia Sur, an innovative for-profit conservation project in Patagonia, Chile; and a variety of other early-stage companies.  Eric’s professional experience has entailed leadership positions in the private, non-profit, and academic sectors. He has had the privilege of working with some of the world’s leading organizations and most accomplished individuals.  Eric currently resides in northern New Jersey with his wife and two sons.

About the Jefferson Township Chamber of Commerce (JTCC): The JTCC is a not-for-profit advocate for businesses managed by a volunteer Board of Directors and established to promote civic, commercial, industrial and agricultural progress within its community.  The JTCC works diligently with community partners for the establishment of sound legislation and efficient administration at all levels of government.  For more information, visit www.jeffersontownshipchamber.org or email jtccinfo@gmail.com.

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