Ribbon Cutting

Having a Grand Opening, Ribbon Cutting or Groundbreaking Ceremony? The Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce wants to help you celebrate.
A Ribbon Cutting Ceremony is an important part of your overall marketing and advertising plan and is a great way to kick-off a grand opening of a business. It offers an opportunity to meet key leaders in the community and get acquainted with your neighbors and chamber members. The GWACC would enjoy assisting you in planning a successful event for your business.
Scheduling with the chamber should take place a minimum of four weeks prior to the event. This will allow the chamber time to invite members of the Board of Directors and representatives from the surrounding towns to join the celebration.

Recent Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies:

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Michele’s on Prospect
760 Prospect Street
Westfield, Nj 07090
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Maggie Cooks
116 Sussex Street
Westfield, NJ 07090

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Westfield Family Podiatry & Surgery
591 Westfield Avenue
Westfield,  NJ 07090
(908) 232-0410

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Blue Sky Cafe
1129 South Avenue West
Westfield, NJ

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Advanced Wellness of Westfield
329 Central Avenue
Westfield, NJ 07090

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Le Bain Boutique
17 Elm Street
Westfield, NJ

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Meeker’s Florist

427 South Avenue West
Westfield, NJ

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Westfield Animal Hospital held a ribbon cutting at its open house to celebrate the newly renovated facilities.  Credits: Jackie Lieberman

Westfield Animal Hospital showed off its newly renovated facilities April 27 with an open house featuring a petting zoo, pet adoptions, door prizes and treats including hot dogs and ice cream.

Located at 357 South Avenue East, Westfield Animal Hospital’s ownership changed hands from Dr. Ronald Swist to Dr. Anthony Loomis and Dr. Scott Linick in June. Since then, the practice not only expanded from one doctor to four—with Dr. Swist staying on and Dr. Kathleen Neumann, as well as certified technicians, joining the staff—it also expanded hours and services.

Additionally, the practice has expanded to treat not only dogs and cats but birds, reptiles and other exotic and “pocket pets.”


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Credits: Jackie Lieberman

Varsity Central, the newly opened spiritwear company at the border of Westfield and Mountainside, celebrated its ribbon cutting ceremony, on Thursday, October 25, 2012.  (Pictured, left to right) Stefanie Winnicki, District Manager; Donna Marino, Owner; Scott Marino, Owner; Paul Mirabelli, Mayor of Mountainside; Heather L. Robinson, Executive Director, Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce.