What’s Up in Upper Township
Recent updates to the UTBA website:.
Archived Page – 2022
See 2022 Calendar of Events for Upper Twp.
28 Nov 2022
- 13 Oct 2022
2022 Show Website Link | Facebook
- Updated 05 Oct 2022
Upper Twp. Fall Fest 2022
Sunday, Oct. 9, 2022 Gates open at 10 am
For More Information Contact:
Larry Cole, Township of Upper
(609) 628-2011 ext. 248 | LCole@UpperTownship.com
www.UpperTownship.com | www.facebook.com/uppertownshipnj
– Updated 04 Oct 2022
- Updated 04 July 2022
One of the dozen Upper Twp. Business Association beautification project
planters along our Township roadways.
See Upper Twp. Facebook Events
- Posted 23 June 2022
Misty Meadow Sheep Farm at SIC Farmers Market, June 2022
See Upper Twp. Roadside Farm Stands List
and Upper Twp. Business at area Farmers Markets.
- Updated 04 July 2022 | Posted 23 June 2022
Shredding Truck for Businesses & Residents @ Foglio’s April 30th
The annual Shredding Truck Earth Day Event, sponsored by the Upper Twp. Business Association (UTBA), will be held Saturday, April 30, 2022, from 9 am til 12 noon at Foglio’s Flooring Center, 344 S. Shore Road, Marmora.
This is the 8th year for this free event for businesses and residents in the Township of Upper and is held in partnership with the Upper Township Green Team.
Shredding “Housekeeping” Details:
There is a limit of five (5) banker boxes. All binders and metal clips should be removed before bringing your papers to the event for shredding.
When boxes of paper are dumped into the recycle carts, attendees will be able to watch as the documents are then transferred to the truck for actual on-site shredding.
Participants are encouraged to take their empty boxes with them.
Please do not bring any plastic bags to the shredding event.
Shredding event attendees are encouraged to drop off Food Pantry donations.
- Posted 07 Apr 2022
BA Member Lou Bongiovanni, FBK, CPA, Presents
“5 Adjustments Businesses Must Make during Inflationary Times”
The Upper Twp. Business Association (UTBA) professional development virtual workshop on Friday, Feb. 25, 2022 at 12 noon will feature a presentation by Lou Bongiovanni, CPA, with Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni & Kelly (FBK).
Bongiovanni’s talk is titled “5 Adjustments Businesses Must Make during Inflationary Times”.
Register in advance for this meeting: https://bit.ly/UTBAmeetingFBK25Feb2022
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Lou Bongiovanni and the FBK firm have been a member of the UTBA for 12-years.
Lou is the Head of FBK’s Business Consulting Division and has been with the firm since 1997. He is a CPA and Certified Valuation Analyst, who earned a BS in Accounting and a Masters in Taxation, both from Villanova University. He is also a past Chapter President of UNICO and is active in local Chambers of Commerce.
Lou spends much of his time in the outsourced CFO area of FBK. He enjoys working with medium-size companies in a variety of industries as their outsourced CFO.
He also concentrates on tax consulting and business valuation services.
He has three active sons and enjoys living in Linwood with his wife Jennifer.
Speaker Information: Lou Bongiovanni, with Fitzpatrick, Bongiovanni & Kelly
Linwood office 609.390.8855 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Please register in advance for this Friday, Feb. 25th meeting: https://bit.ly/UTBAmeetingFBK25Feb2022
The UTBA provides periodic professional development workshops for members. If you would like to do a workshop, please contact the Association at > email@example.com
The UTB is a 120-member organization in northern Cape May County in its 12th year of supporting the business community of Upper Township.
The purpose of the Upper Township Business Association is the encouragement and support of business and community prosperity by promoting economic programs designed to strengthen and enhance the opportunities of all businesses in the township.
The UTBA goal is to identify and address obstacles that are detrimental to the business climate and community growth.
In addition, the UTBA actively supports civic, social, and cultural programs designed to increase the functional and aesthetic values of the community.
The Association follows the motto of “neighbors helping neighbors,” because when local government, businesses, community groups and residents support each other, everyone benefits.
The UTBA holds regular membership meetings and mixers. The website and Facebook page lists details about upcoming events.
Our members represent the many businesses, restaurants, services, and shops in our township.
Interested in becoming a member? See the membership tab on the website for an application.
Full membership is open only to businesses in Upper Township. In addition, a limited number of Associate memberships are offered to businesses in our surrounding area. Prospective members are encouraged to attend any Association meetings to learn more about how the UTBA can support and promote business.
www.upperbiz.com | www.facebook.com/UpperBiz | #UTShopSmall
## – Posted 07 Feb 2022
Event Coordinator Volunteer Opportunity Opening With U-Twp. Business Association
The Upper Twp. Business Association (UTBA) needs a volunteer to serve as a Board member and Event Coordinator for the 120-member organization.
Do you love planning and attending successful events? We’ve got a place for you!
Duties would include:
- Promote, administer, and attend UTBA events
- Organizing speaker programs for monthly UTBA virtual meetings on Zoom.
Scheduling and arranging monthly UTBA mixer and dinner meetings at area venues.
- Manage event logistics, including vendors, venues, food & beverage, and guest registration.
In addition, the Event Coordinator will help arrange professional development sessions to be held on Zoom and periodic in-person workshops.
Interested individuals can register with the Selection Committee and post their information to firstname.lastname@example.org
## – 07 Feb 2022
UT Shop Small Campaign for Local Business Support
tag lines: @UpperBiz @Uppertownshipbusiness – #UTShopSmall
– Updated 07 Feb 2022
UT Shop Small Campaign for 2021 Holiday Season
CMC Chamber Webinar: New Jersey Protecting Against Climate Threats (NJPACT) Rule Changes
• Recording – Jan 25, 2021
This webinar hosted Assistant Commissioner Vince Mazzei to discuss the potential NJPACT regulatory changes and NJDEP proposed amendments to Land Resource Protection Rules following Governor Murphy’s EO on Climate Change. Discussions and Q&A.
– Posted 10 Feb 2021
Volunteer Directory link on Sustainable Page
- Posted 07 Dec 2020
Last Page Update – 28 Apr 2022
Prior version(s):07 Apr 2022; 07 Dec 2020; 04 May 2020