RED BANK – Navesink Business Group (NBG) and Jersey Promise announce the second of three Waves of Support events at the Jersey Shore.
Catch the next Wave of Support from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, March 27, at Windows on the Water at Surfrider Beach Club in Sea Bright.
The event will feature samplings of food by Red Bank Flavour member restaurants, a live band and a DJ and music with visuals by XPLOSIVE Entertainment. Tickets are $60 in advance and $75 at the door.
The event is open to the public and anyone older that 21 can attend. Tickets can be purchased online at
The event brings together the Sea Bright beach clubs, the Northern Monmouth, Eastern Monmouth Area Chamber of Commerce, Southern Monmouth and Ocean Chamber of Commerce, Monmouth-Ocean Development Council, Red Bank Flavour, Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau, Freehold Network for Success, Rotary International, NJ Restaurant Association and the Eatontown Industrial Park Association.
The evening will give the organizations and people who love the coastal communities the chance to celebrate and support tourism for the Jersey Shore, while proclaiming, “The Jersey Shore is Open For Business.”
“It brings us great pleasure to be able to support our local communities and I am happy to announce that this March event will raise monies supporting 10 randomly selected communities/businesses that were directly hit by Super Storm Sandy,” said Robert Lowe, NBG’s spokesperson for the event.
A portion of the proceeds also will support the Boys and Girls Club of Monmouth County.
Additional information about the event or sponsorship opportunities is available by contacting Lowe at 973-449-7702 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Ken Scaggs at 732-670-4587 or email@example.com.
Information is also available from the Navesink
Business Group at www.navesinkbusinessgroup.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NavesinkBusinessGroup.
Established in 2013, Jersey Promise was created to specifically help people and businesses in Central New Jersey restore and gain the confidence that was lost as a result of the disaster of Super Storm Sandy. For more information, visit www.JerseyPromise.org.
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