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The African-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey, Inc., (AACCNJ) is dedicated to economically empowering and sustaining African American communities through entrepreneurship and capitalistic activities within the State of New Jersey and via interaction with the National Black Chamber of Commerce, Inc. (NBCC).

The African-American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey has been incorporated as a 501(c)(3) in accordance with the Internal and provides advocacy and support for businesses throughout the State of New Jersey.
* Partnerships to increase contracting with women
    and minority-owned businesses
*  Promotes a pro-business agenda
*  HUD Section 3 
*  Title VI
*  Public Policy through Education Reform and Job Creation

* Training/Development Program
* Host Educational Forum and Networking events to connect
opportunities, and resources.
* Promotes members through spotlights features in chamber 
marketing materials and website.
* Capacity building strategies.
* Advocates membership access to public, private sectors, and 
community  opportunities.

* Supply Chain Diversity
*Corporate Advertising
*Marketing Penetration Strategies
*Promotional Opportunities
*Human Resource Recruitment Services
*Youth Mentorship and Entrepreneur Programs
 *Training and Job Readiness Programs
 *Assist in Developing and Implementing Public Policy  Strategies.


Weekly Radio Show
Monday, 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m
The Empowerment Hour - Hosted by:
John E. Harmon, Sr., IOM
 920the or 920 on the AM Dial

Jeremiah Trotter was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the third round of the 1998 NFL Draft. Leading the team in tackles, Trotter quickly accumulated four ProBowl invitations. His career took him from Philadelphia, with pit stops in Washington and Tampa Bay, coming full circle to play in Philly again before retiring in 2009. Career credits include 636 tackles, 12.5 Quarterback sacks, and 9 interceptions. 

Jeremiah got his nickname "Axe Man" bylearning the value of hard work, by chopping wood for the family business run by his late father. After a big play, Trotter honored the work ethic he was taught by his father by motioning as if he was chopping wood with an axe. 

Jeremiah is now focusing his efforts on several successful business ventures, motivational speaking, and broadcasting as a commentator and football analyst. He is also a highly sought-after motivational speaker and is available to book for celebrity appearances. Jeremiah enjoys spending time on the golf course and coaching his sons' little league team, The Lumberton Hurricanes.

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