Monday, October 24th, 2016

MORRIS PLAINS MAYOR AND FORMER FREEHOLDER FRANK DRUETZLER GETs SPECIAL RECOGNITION

Four Morris County businesses – Kindred Hospital, Profit Point Consulting, Paradigm Marketing and Design, and LTC Partnership – are being honored at the annual Economic Outlook Luncheon of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce on Friday, Oct. 28.

In addition, the Alex DeCroce Public Leadership Award will be presented to Frank Druetzler, Mayor of Morris Plains and a former Morris County Freeholder.chamber

Kindred Hospital will be recognized in the Large Business category. Located in Dover, the facility is a 45-bed transitional care hospital providing specialized, long-term acute care for medically complex patients who require continued care and extended recovery time.

Profit Point Consulting will be honored in the Medium Business category. They are an accounting, auditing and consulting firm located in Rockaway.

Paradigm Marketing and Design will be recognized in the Small Business category. They are a full-service marketing, design and web development firm located in Mount Tabor.

LTC Partnership will be honored in the Entrepreneur category. The partnership provides retirement planning, income strategies and long-term care protection services under the leadership of Michael Fitzpatrick, co-founder and president.

Constance Hunter

Constance Hunter

The luncheon also will feature keynote speaker Constance Hunter, chief economist at KPMG LLP. She will focus on how economic factors impact asset prices and business performance worldwide. Hunter is known for accurately identifying economic indicators that presage market turning points.

To register for the event, visit events.morrischamber.org or call 973.539.3882, ext. 230. The event will be held on Friday at the Park Savoy in Florham Park from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

About the Morris County Chamber of Commerce

The Chamber has nearly 900 members that employ 74,000 people in Morris and the surrounding counties. The Chamber seeks to help members realize their business and community involvement goals. Regardless of the size of member organizations, the Chamber works with key leaders at all levels to develop a strategy that supports the culture and specific objectives of their enterprise.