Leading Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce Figures Meet for Pre-Expo Planning
Monday evening, leading Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce (OJC) activists from across the metropolitan region huddled in the VIP room at Lakewood’s new Prime 95 restaurant to discuss the upcoming 2015 Parnassah Expo, which will take place on March 17th and 18th.
In attendance were OJC founder and director Reb Duvi Honig, and OJC leaders in their respective communities: Yoel Eisdorfer, community liaison to the Brooklyn Borough President; New Jersey Chabad activist Rabbi Mendy Carlebach; Satmar community activist Rabbi Moshe Indig; and Lakewood activists Mutty Tress and Yisroel Levovitz.
The activists worked on further advancing the fast growing OJC network and its exciting community based programs. Of course, the grandest upcoming OJC project is the Parnassah Expo – Nationwide Business Networking Event. Each of the participants is working full throttle to maximize participation amongst individuals, businesses and community organization from their respective community.
A massive show of force is expected at the Expo from a cross section of Jewish communities, maximizing the potential for each exhibitor and attendee.
Reb Duvi Honig expresses particular thanks to Prime 95 proprietor Yudi Toporowitch, who has warmly opened the restaurant’s doors to Parnassah Network – OJC causes: “Yudi is great example of someone who runs a first-class venture and uses it to service other businesses, and the community at large, in a most upstanding way.”