FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 31, 2012
Lori Sperber Receives Rose and Scroll Award from NJAWBO
Lori Sperber, founder of the non-profit organization, Running on Love, in Randolph New Jersey, has received the 2012 Rose and Scroll Award from the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) on behalf of the Essex Chapter. NJAWBO is the largest statewide women business owners’ organization in theUnited States.
The Rose and Scroll Award is given to a non-NJAWBO woman for being a role model for women in business. It acknowledges their service to business and the community.
“In 2009, Lori founded a non-profit organization, Running on Love”, states Judy Bennett, President of NJAWBO Essex and President of Grove Baskets and Gifts in West Caldwell. “She wanted to add meaning and inspiration to her running by running for a cause. She recruited and mentored others to run for a cause that is important to them as well. Lori motivates others to run on love, in addition to will and determination.”
Sperber is not only an accomplished business woman, but also a philanthropist. The mission and vision she has for Running on Love is providing a unifying opportunity to bring people together under the banner of love in a physically active and empowering way while devoting themselves to bringing attention and charitable donations to a worthy cause or a person of their choosing. In so doing they find a special connection to other Running on Love teammates who make a positive difference in our world on behalf of someone they love. Running on Love empowers everyone involved to express their love for someone special, brings help and hope to charitable causes and people in need and fills the void of wanting and hoping to do more.
The New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners, Inc. (NJAWBO) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide tools for women business owners to compete in any marketplace, enabling them to operate a financially successful business. NJAWBO is the largest statewide women business owners’ organization in theUnited States. Its primary objective is to support and encourage business ownership by women. Networking, partnering, leadership, education, and political advocacy are the hallmarks of the NJAWBO experience.
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