OCEAN COUNTY FREEHOLDERS SUPPORT REOPENING OF SMALL BUSINESSES STRESSING THEY CAN OPERATE WITHIN GUIDELINES

TOMS RIVER - My Sister’s Jewelry Box, a small family run business in Lavallette is offering a window shopping event over the long Memorial Day weekend, while a few blocks down on Route 35 North, Martin’s Casuals, a Lavallette staple for decades is providing curb side delivery. Some of the local restaurants like the Crabs … Continue reading OCEAN COUNTY FREEHOLDERS SUPPORT REOPENING OF SMALL BUSINESSES STRESSING THEY CAN OPERATE WITHIN GUIDELINES

Ocean County Parks Re-Open

THE REMAINING CLOSED PARKS in Ocean County's expansive park system will be open to the public on Friday, May 22 with restrictions to help curtail the spread of the coronavirus. "On May 22 all of our County parks, including our off-leash dog parks, will have been reopened to the public," said Ocean County Freeholder Virginia … Continue reading Ocean County Parks Re-Open

Coronavirus in Ocean County: Point Pleasant Beach boardwalk closed; all parks to open

Erik Larsen, Asbury Park PressPublished 6:04 a.m. ET May 21, 2020 | Updated 3:02 p.m. ET May 21, 2020 Freeholder Virginia E. Haines said that restrooms at the parks will also be open, but visitors centers and pavilions will remain closed. Wochit TOMS RIVER — The iconic Point Pleasant Beach boardwalk will remain closed this Memorial Day weekend, but all 27 … Continue reading Coronavirus in Ocean County: Point Pleasant Beach boardwalk closed; all parks to open

Christmas tree at Jersey Shore is a DIY tradition. Sign a shell, hang it up. By: Lori M. Nichols | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

The Normandy Beach Christmas tree at sunset, Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2019. (Lori M. Nichols | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com) What began as a small "Charlie Brown" tree with solar lights planted onto the beach has now grown into a Christmas tradition for the community of Normandy Beach and beyond. Sue Buzzi placed the Christmas … Continue reading Christmas tree at Jersey Shore is a DIY tradition. Sign a shell, hang it up. By: Lori M. Nichols | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

Tourism Marketing – Old and New Platforms Converge to Capture New Visitors

  By: Dana Lancellotti Technology has swept the tourism marketing industry, with an ever-evolving selection of strategies and tools that promise to harness and deliver the exact tourists we desire. Enticing travelers to visit our destination is the ultimate goal, and greatest challenge, of all tourism marketing agencies and attractions. Today we have more options, … Continue reading Tourism Marketing – Old and New Platforms Converge to Capture New Visitors

Virtual Reality Immerses Would-Be Tourists into the Beach

Published by The Sand Paper By Maria Scandale [May 22, 2019] MANAHAWKIN — The newest way to wow potential tourists about Ocean County is to immerse them in a 360-degree virtual reality tour. They’re splashed in the wash of the surf; they’re leaning over the boat, hauling in a catch; swooshing down the waterslide; feeling the … Continue reading Virtual Reality Immerses Would-Be Tourists into the Beach