Florham Park N.J. – Jan. 5, 2021 – Retired NASA astronaut Capt. Scott Kelly will serve as the keynote speaker at the 100th Annual Meeting of the Morris County Chamber of Commerce, being held virtually Jan. 28, 12-1:30 p.m. The meeting’s theme is, “The Sky is Not the Limit.”
Kelly will share his remarkable story of his time in space and how personal determination made the difference when meeting challenges on space missions and in his personal life. Kelly set the record for the total accumulated number of days spent in space, the single longest space mission by an American astronaut.
Registrants will receive a copy of Capt. Kelly’s “New York Times” best-selling memoir, “Endurance: My Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery,” courtesy of the law firm Porzio Bromberg & Newman. The books will be available for pickup at the chamber office during the week of February 1.
“Capt. Kelly is the ideal speaker for our 100th annual meeting following one of the most uniquely challenging years any of us have ever faced,” said Meghan Hunscher, chamber president. “As business professionals and business owners, and as individuals and families, we have had to adapt to constantly changing conditions and we expect our new normal to continue evolving.
“Capt. Kelly’s career has been a series of challenges and changing environments that required him to learn and adapt to reach new horizons. I’m sure we all can learn from his story and be inspired that in 2021 the sky is not the limit for any of us.”
To register for the meeting, visit https://web.morrischamber.org/events/100th-Annual-Meeting-The-Sky-Is-Not-The-Limit-5418/register?entityDomainId=2&secure=True. Chamber members can save $10 by registering by Jan. 15. Non-members are welcome to register, as well.
The meeting also will feature the presentation of the Delta Dental Leaders in Business awards, as well as the Saint Claire’s Health Huber Award to Tyler Cerbo of Cerbo’s Parsippany Green Houses. The Huber Award is presented to someone in the Morris County business, nonprofit or government community who displays outstanding community leadership.
Tyler Cerbo is very active in the community and each year Cerbo’s Parsippany Greenhouses sponsors its annual Trees for Troops program, through which members of the public can donate price-reduced Christmas trees to local military families.
About the Morris County Chamber of Commerce
The Morris County Chamber of Commerce has more than 700 member organizations that range from entrepreneurs and small businesses to large corporations and Fortune 500 companies. The chamber’s mission is to collaboratively advance the interests of its members to champion a thriving business and community environment. The chamber’s many events, meetings and seminars provide a platform for its members to connect, collaborate, learn and succeed. The chamber is dedicated to the advancement of Morris County's businesses and community by providing services, information and advocacy to support the success of its member organizations. They are headquartered in Florham Park.
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