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Marketing your Bid With HCESC!

Once you are awarded your bid with us, you might want to think about how to make our members aware of the options you are giving them with the bid. Getting awarded is only the first step. Think about adding our logo and bid name and number to your website, or create a promotional flyer to be added to our website! Getting the word out there about the chance to save through the cooperative purchasing system is a great way for customers to come to the table. 

If you're interested in learning more about advertising your bid with us, please contact:

Lauren Sanford: lsanford@hunterdonesc.org.


HCESC Members by County

Now you can easily find our members, organized by county.

Click here to view!

Our Newest members:

Township of Vernon, Rockaway Bourough BOE, NJ Transit, Township of Hopewell, Township of Green, City of Perth Amboy, Borough of Alpha, County of Passaic, County of Ocean, Sandyston-Walpack BOE, Township of Colts Neck, Eastampton BOE, Ocean County Library, Mt. Laurel Township MUA, Bourough of Spring Lake Heights, Township of Cranford, Plainfield BOE, Marlboro Township BOE, Gloucester City BOE, Town of West N.Y., City of Clifton, City of Camden, Haledon BOE, Sussex County Technical School, Union County College, Logan Township MUA

Instructions to join for non-members:


Let's Work Together...


About Us:

The Hunterdon County Educational Services Commission operates a State of New Jersey Cooperative Pricing System, established in 1990, with the main objective of saving time and money. In addition, the bidding requirements for the goods and services purchased are satisfied. The co-op consists of over 550 members throughout the state. Schools, colleges, universities, libraries, counties and local governments are eligable to join and take advantage of the variety of bids available through the cooperative.

There is no fee to join, belong or use any of the wide variety of bids available. Please see our "How to join" link for information on becoming a member. Once your membership has been approved by the New Jersey department of community affairs, you become a lifetime member.

Reap the Benefits

The advantage of mass purchasing power allows members to take advantage of your superior pricing. More involvement with the bid in terms of advertising and promotion gets not only your business, but our co-op on the minds of our members.