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    April 12, 2017 – Meeting Minutes

    April 12, 2017 – Meeting Minutes

    Leader: Carol Kearney

    Attendance:  16 members,  1 guests

    Spotlighter: Rich Liuzzi, Esq

    On Deck: Carol Kearney

    Entrepreneurial Moment:  Leadshare Guidelines


    • Members may represent only one business
    • Only one business in a given category is permitted
    • Members must be committed to learning about other members’ businesses
    • Members must attend regularly scheduled meetings or send a sub.  You are permitted 2 absences per Quarter
    • Members should introduce 2 qualified leads per Quarter
    • Members should invite 2 guests per Quarter


    Action Points:

    • We were able to purchase a table for the Valor Award.  We will be drawing 2 names to join the Valor Award attendees.  Carol and Rich are our winners.  
    • If you would like to still donate toward the event, you can pay it through the chamber.
    • The Promoter App is live and if you have any issues with please reach out to Dr. Eric
    • Mark pointed out a great opportunity for someone looking to do business with the County Government.  They host an event once a month for networking.  More information can be found HERE.  You must register for these events.
    • Mark would also like the group to know about Rover’s Member-2-Member chamber discount.  Get two Shred consoles delivered to your office and tipped once per month for $25.00 per month


    Spotlighter: Rich Liuzzi – Stewart Title and Escrow

    • Went to Seton Hall Law School
    • Grandmother was a developer and Grandfather was a single family builder and developer
    • Litigated federal litigation and class action work
    • Worked there for 10 years, then opened a firm in New Jersey.
    • Moved down here after the real estate crash to be down here with his sister
    • He has been doing title insurance for 29 years.


    • Title insurance insures the owner’s rights on a property
    • Back in the day, when transferring property, there was a ritual where land was dug up and coins were placed into the hole.  And to record/document the property lines, they would take a child around on a property lines and hit them with a stick to ensure the child remembers.
    • Clearly things have come a long way in the title realm.

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