A program long in the works, GMCC is proud to announce its Student Membership program. Student Membership allows full & part-time college/university students to participate in GMCC events and committees, meet leaders in the business community, and gain access to jobs and internships!
Learn more about Student Membership»
Circle of Excellence Awards
Circle of Excellence is the Chambers most prestigious awards dinner recognizing those individuals and organizations in the community who have gone above and beyond. Find out who is receiving the awards this year and register today. More Information »
Check our events calendar for educational and professional development workshops and trainings, brought to you by GMCC U!
GMCC in the County & in the Community
Photo courtesy of Mark Lamhut
Photo left to right: Tony Lo Bue, Kathy Lo Bue, Freehold Twp. Deputy Mayor Anthony J. Ammiano, Freehold Twp. Mayor Tom I. Cook, Susan Michel (CEO-Glen Eagle Advisors) and Freehold Twp. Committeeman Lester Preston-background.
Join us in welcoming Kathy Lo Bue, Managing Director, Glen Eagle Advisors to her NEW home in The Pinho Professional Center, Suite C-4 in Freehold, NJ. Kathy has recently celebrated the grand opening of a branch office for Glen Eagle Advisors which is headquartered in Princeton. Although Kathy is new to Freehold from a business perspective she has resided in Freehold since 1989. She is excited to finally be home and introduce the community to Glen Eagle Advisors.
As an independent, full service investment securities firm, Kathy’s mission is to deliver the highest level of service to her clients with a strong focus on achieving client’s financial goals through sound investment products and individual customized advice. What truly differentiates Kathy and Glen Eagle Advisors from other financial services firms is their focus on building long term caring relationships.
Kathy has been a long standing member of the Chamber since 2005. Kathy has served the Chamber on many fronts; Vice Chair on the Executive Board of Trustees and the Chair of the Women in Business for many years. Similar to the chamber, building relationships is a way of life for both of us. The chamber is its PEOPLE collectively working together to create a better community, one business at a time. The chamber also offers the community a way to get involved, meet new people, achieve personal goals, while growing your business at the same time. In the famous words of John F. Kennedy, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” If you approach life with an eye for helping people and a strong focus on how you can serve your community; whether it be through volunteering to be on a committee at the chamber, in your congregation or non-profit volunteer work, you will be richer for it in so many ways! To learn more about Kathy, Glen Eagle Advisors and the services they provide, click here.