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Governor Murphy Convenes Advisory Council on Restarting Businesses

(Courtesy of OJCC) The founder and CEO of the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce (OJCC), Duvi Honig, was among those selected by Governor Phil Murphy to serve on the state’s Restart and Recovery Advisory Council, which will help the state’s residents and businesses return to normal life following the COVID-19 lockdown.

The OJCC formed an advisory committee that includes Moshe Kinderlehrer, co-founder and publisher of The Jewish Link and a noted community activist in the region; State Senator Bob Singer; Lakewood Mayor Ray Coles, who is also a local business owner; Toms River Mayor Mo Hill; Berkeley Township Mayor Carmen Amato; Ocean County Freeholder Joe Vicari, liaison for Business Development; and Shmuel Shifrin, president, Unlimited Pure Water; among others.

The COVID-19 crisis and stay at home order has altered the realities of economic development, but Honig is eager to face down the challenges and serve as a voice for business owners of all ethnicities. “Business owners are at the most crucial crossroads in their lives. How we proceed will affect the ability for them and their employees to earn a livelihood in the future,” said Honig. “It is an honor to work with the governor and his team to help our state’s business owners and the broader economy see renewed success.”

The OJCC welcomes input from business owners who have innovative ideas for solutions and/or would like to raise challenges that have not been addressed. Please email [email protected].

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