Huntington Chamber Seeks Long Island’s Outstanding Young Professionals

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Call For Nominations: Huntington Chamber Seeks
Long Island’s Outstanding Young Professionals
Nominations Are Now Being Accepted for the Celebrate Long Island’s Young Professionals Program

The Huntington Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting nominations for the 4th Annual “Celebrate Long Island’s Young Professionals” Recognition Event to showcase the top young people under the age of 30 on Long Island. This awards program will highlight 30 young people under the age of 30 across multiple career fields that have made a notable impact on their business/industry and community. Nominations will be accepted for young professionals within the private, public, government and not-for-profit sectors. Nominees do not need to be Huntington Chamber members.

“After the tremendous success of last year’s event, the Chamber is once again looking forward to getting to know another dynamic group of nominees.” said Robert Bontempi, Chairman of the Huntington Chamber of Commerce. “It’s inspiring to see a new group of talented young professionals from all over Long Island each time we put on this event.”

If there is someone within your organization you would like to nominate, e-mail Linda Mitchell at or call (631) 423-6100. Nominations are due Dec. 1. Once nominated, the Chamber will send your nominee an application form, which is due Feb. 3. Nomination forms are now available online at Winners will be announced at the Young Professionals Business Blender in March and the 30 award recipients will be honored at a dinner event in the spring.

About the Huntington Chamber of Commerce:
Incorporated in 1925 as a Chamber of Commerce in the Village of Huntington, today the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce represents the interests of business, industry, financial service, not-for-profit and other professionals of the greater Huntington region. Its mission is the promotion of business, economic development and job creation through the coordinated effort of its membership.

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