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Upper Township Business Association

The Upper Township Business Association was formed in 2010 with the purpose of encouraging and supporting business and community prosperity by promoting economic programs designed to strengthen and enhance the opportunities of all businesses in the township. Our goal is to identify and address obstacles that are detrimental to the business climate and community growth. We actively support civic, social and cultural programs designed to increase the functional and aesthetic values of the community.

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Upper Township, originally the home of the Lenni Lenape Indians, covers the northern-most portion of the county, making it the gateway to Cape May County. Upper Township, New Jersey is one community made up of 10 villages, including Beesleys Point, Greenfield, Marmora, Marshallville, Palermo, Petersburg, Seaville, Steelmantown, Tuckahoe and Strathmere. New Jersey Monthly magazine ranked Upper Township as its 2nd best place to live in its 2008 rankings of the “Best Places To Live” in New Jersey.

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When you choose Harbor Outfitters, you are getting more than just an outdoor experience. Our customers return to us year after year because of our reputable accommodations. Quality Brands and Products At Harbor Outfitters, we value the integrity of the products we offer. We are not a box store, and our customers get the individual attention to detail they deserve. As a family owned business, we want to give our customers the best of the best experiences out..Read More

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PFS Capital Management, LLC is dedicated to providing investment management and strategic wealth planning that is right for you. Simply put, we strive to be our client’s trusted advisor. Our focus is to understand your goals and develop a plan to reach them. We will meet with you to present an analysis and discuss our recommendations. A strong planning process is the best way to create a more financially secure plan. It is crucial to create a..Read More

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Esteemed Cape May County Chamber of Commerce President Announces Retirement.

Vicki Clark to Retire After Serving as President of the Chamber for 18 Years.

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – After more than three decades of service, the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce (CMC Chamber) is bidding a bittersweet farewell to President and longtime friend Vicki Clark.

Clark’s retirement will begin this summer as she closes out an 18-year presidential term on May 30.

“I’m excited to have more time with family,” said Clark, “especially my seven grandchildren who are growing up so fast.”

The Cape May County Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to serve as an advocate for the county’s tourism and business community through the strength of legislative engagement, member services, and educational programs. Representing over 800 members with a 27-member Board of Directors, Clark has led the chamber as president since 2004 after joining in 1991 as the marketing and membership director.

“Although I just became chairwoman in October, I’ve had the pleasure of working with Vicki for more than six years through my involvement on the Chamber’s Board of Directors,” said Amy Mahon, CMC Chamber Chairwoman and Director of Operations and Marketing for Reich Asset Management, LLC.

“It has been an absolute pleasure and honor to work alongside Vicki. I greatly admired her leadership during the pandemic, and her knowledge of Cape May County, its tourism industry, and inner workings is unmatched,” Mahon added. “While I am sad to lose such a great asset, Vicki’s retirement is well deserved, and I wish her a very enjoyable one.”

Two noteworthy programs brought to the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce under Clark’s tenure are the Education Foundation and the Women in Business Conference. Established in 2015, the Education Foundation was created to enhance education and training programs that develop the skills, knowledge, and leadership of local young professionals. The Women in Business Conference will be celebrating its 17th annual event in March, offering development, support, and networking opportunities for women with business aspirations.

Most recently, the chamber unveiled its renovated headquarters, serving as the executive offices and official Welcome Center for Cape May County.

In addition to Clark’s full-time role, she has also served on the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, New Jersey Travel Industry Association, Atlantic Cape Community College Foundation, Business Alliance for the Protection of the Atlantic Coast, and the Cape May County Coast Guard Community Foundation. Her accolades include Cape May County’s 2018 Woman of Wonder; Boy Scouts of America’s Garden State Council’s Woman of Achievement Award; South Jersey Businesspeople’s Impact Award; Literacy Volunteers Association Cape-Atlantic Inc.’s Community Service Award; and Cape May County’s Tourism Whelk Award for Excellence in Tourism.

Summer 2022 will mark the end of an era for many, but for Clark, it signifies the start of a new adventure.

“Grandkids are only young for a short time,” concluded Clark. “I'm excited to enjoy it with them before they grow up and begin adventures of their own.”

Clark has plans to stay connected with the chamber but looks forward to a retirement full of relaxation, the beach, reading, college football (Go Hokies!), and baking with her husband (Bruce), children (Phil, Maggie, and Ginny) and grandchildren (Michael, Gianna, Josephine, Max, Joseph, Grant, and Teagan).
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