SPONSORS: Edward Jones Investments, The Dave Marcolla Group - Keller Williams Newtown
Out of an abundance of caution for public health and to help mitigate any potential for the spread of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, this event will be virtual, via Zoom.
This business card exchange will be available to NBA members only.
Members need to register at this link in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. Registered members may contact Leslie Dunleavy with any technical difficulties.
Come network with colleagues and make new contacts! NBA was voted One of the Best Business or Chamber Networking Groups in 2018 by the Courier Times. Check out our Facebook event page!
When our events resume physically we will be collecting non-perishable food donations for local food pantries. In the meantime, you might consider donating directly to local food banks, who are in great need of supplies.
- cereal and oatmeal
- peanut butter, jelly
- spaghetti sauce, noodles
- baby formula
- canned meats
- hearty soups
- school snacks
- catsup and mustard
- canned vegetables and fruits
NOTE: We welcome all guests to attend one (1) Business Card Exchange and one (1) Member Breakfast Meeting. A guest fee will be assessed for each event attended thereafter. The business card exchanges are held the second Wednesday of each month, except for September (NBA Expo is held) and December.
Event Host Policy for Private Business Establishments
The Newtown Business Association (NBA) is a private Pennsylvania not-for-profit organization formed to promote the growth of commerce in Newtown and the vicinity. It is the express policy of the NBA that NBA sponsored events hosted in private business establishments shall be free of political speech of any kind including distribution of literature, circulation of petitions, or other political campaign activity. Events hosted by private establishments are not public fora under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution even if “open to the public.” By agreeing to host an NBA sponsored event, the host agrees to adhere to the foregoing policy and to prohibit political speech at the event in consideration for the publicity and promotion of its business in connection with the event.