Frank’s Theater in Bayonne to Take Part in Simulcast
Select Clearview Cinemas, Frank Theatres, Marquee Cinemas, National Amusements and Rave Cinemas in New Jersey to Showcase this Fundraising Concert at Madison Square Garden to Benefit the Robin Hood Relief Fund to Aid Victims of Hurricane Sandy
Florham Park, New Jersey, December 5, 2012 –In an effort to share the extraordinary “12-12-12” concert for Sandy Relief with many of those most impacted by this storm, Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, The Madison Square Garden Company and The Weinstein Company today announced that this unprecedented event will be simulcast live in select movie theaters in hurricane-affected areas throughout the tri-state region, including in eight Clearview Cinemas, two Frank Theatres, a Marquee Cinema, a National Amusements Multiplex and a Rave Cinemas Multiplex in New Jersey. This presentation will be FREE of charge to all attendees and complimentary refreshments will be provided.
Select Clearview Cinemas in Closter, Kinnelon, Ocean, Parsippany, Ridgewood, South Orange, Succasunna and Wayne; the Frank Theatres in Bayonne and Egg Harbor Township; a Marquee Cinema in Toms River; a National Amusements Multiplex in Edgewater; and a Rave Cinemas Multiplex in Hazlet will participate. Free tickets are available now at the participating theater box offices, and will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Bayonne’s Mayor Mark A. Smith announced that Hurricane Sandy recovery assistance is available from New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program. Mayor Smith said, “I urge both residents and business owners to apply for the financial assistance and environmental savings available from the New Jersey Clean Energy Program. The program offers rebates and equipment incentives that could help homes and businesses get back up and running.” Continue reading Bayonne Residents: Hurricane Recovery Assistance Available From Clean Energy Program→
Just a few weeks after Sandy, the magical tree lighting
kicked off a strong holiday season full of cheers, tears and hope
Asbury Park, NJ (November 27, 2012) – This past weekend, the Asbury Park Boardwalk proved itself that there is no off-season on the boardwalk. The energy and excitement was high-octane as over 700 people celebrated life in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. All shows and events for the Holiday Season will resume as scheduled based in Convention Hall during the ongoing restoration to the boardwalk. This was the first tree lighting on the Jersey Shore which symbolized perseverance and hope for the entire state of New Jersey.
There will also be FREE PARKING UNTIL JANUARY 1st.