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NYNJ FFF&BA Awards Dinner

The NY/NJ Foreign Freight Forwarders and Brokers Association have named John Nardi, President of the New York Shipping Association as it “2022 Person of the Year”. Mr. Nardi will be honored at our Associations Awards Dinner on Thursday February 3rd 6PM at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson. Reservations for Sponsorships, Advertising and Tickets can be made online.

This event is one of the largest international transportation functions in the United States. Our Membership Directory / Journal is distributed at the dinner and a bonus mailing totaling more than 500 targeted industry recipients. We invite you to showcase your company in this prestigious publication and use this gala occasion to entertain your customers and colleagues at our “NEW” venue in Jersey City.

On behalf of the Association’s entire board we thank you in advance for your support and look forward to seeing you in February.

Individual Ticket Rate $350

Table of 10 Rate $3,500


February 03, 2022
for 4 hours


Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson, 2 Exchange Place, Jersey City NJ 07302




Michele Farrell
[email protected]

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