North Jersey Jewish Business Alliance hosts legislative and business leaders at luncheon
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North Jersey Jewish Business Alliance hosts legislative and business leaders at luncheon

Phil Goldshmiedt, left, president and CEO of Poly-Version; Raphael Ghermezian, owner of Triple 5 Group; Assemblyman Robert Auth; Louis LaSalle, senior vice president of St. Barnabas Medical Center; Ronnie Sevilla of Investors Bank; Miles Berger; Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti; David Rosenberg, executive director of NJJBA; Maksim Sheyn, senior VP of Investors Bank; Freeholder Anthony Romano; State Senator Richard Codey; Bayonne Mayor James Davis; Nathan Herzog, president of Royal Wine Corp.; Bayonne councilman-at-large Juan Perez; and Ezra Friedlander, CEO of the Friedlander Group. (Dov and Shmuel Lenchevsky)
Phil Goldshmiedt, left, president and CEO of Poly-Version; Raphael Ghermezian, owner of Triple 5 Group; Assemblyman Robert Auth; Louis LaSalle, senior vice president of St. Barnabas Medical Center; Ronnie Sevilla of Investors Bank; Miles Berger; Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti; David Rosenberg, executive director of NJJBA; Maksim Sheyn, senior VP of Investors Bank; Freeholder Anthony Romano; State Senator Richard Codey; Bayonne Mayor James Davis; Nathan Herzog, president of Royal Wine Corp.; Bayonne councilman-at-large Juan Perez; and Ezra Friedlander, CEO of the Friedlander Group. (Dov and Shmuel Lenchevsky)

The North Jersey Jewish Business Alliance, formerly the Hudson County Jewish Business Alliance, held its third annual legislative and business luncheon at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark. The meeting also marked the group’s name change. By providing a comprehensive network for Jewish business owners to expand their reach, the alliance also has expanded and now includes the greater North Jersey area. It also has assembled a board of prominent business leaders to ensure its continued success.

David Rosenberg, the NJJBA’s founder and executive director, thanked the crowd. With great pride, he said “In Judaism, anything repeated three times becomes… permanent.”

Celebrating its third annual legislative luncheon, the alliance has worked to assist businesses in their decision-making process, and to connect them not only with other business executives, but also with distinguished and influential New Jersey officials and legislative leaders.

Ronnie Sevilla, Hudson County retail market manager for Investors Bank, introduced Kim Guadagno, New Jersey’s lieutenant governor. Freeholder Anthony Romano presented a Hudson County proclamation. The Leadership in Excellence award was given to honoree Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti, who serves New Jersey’s 31st legislative district. Louis LaSalle, vice president for external affairs at RWJBarnabas Health, introduced New Jersey State Senator Richard Codey. For more information email Info@njjba.com.

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