POINT PLEASANT, N.J. — On May 13th, the New Jersey Amusement Association (NJAA) will host its 54th Annual Dinner Dance. This year, New Jersey State Governor Chris Christie will be attending as our guest speaker and honoree, as well as the individuals dedicated to rebuilding the communities, beaches and boardwalks devastated by Super Storm Sandy.
The event brings colleagues and friends together to acknowledge their service and commitment to the amusement industry, discuss future goals and plans, and to celebrate the upcoming summer season. The restoration of the coastline is on everyone’s mind, and while its completion may take time, it’s quite impressive how far we’ve come in just a few months. This progression brings renewed hope for the future, and the dinner dance is one way to show appreciation to those who are working hard to restore the shore. We will be awarding first responders that evening through the money that was collected on their behalf to help them in their rebuilding efforts.
The 2013 Summer Season is about to begin, and this special evening is a great way to welcome it in and celebrate with members and guests at Clark’s Landing in Point Pleasant, N.J. Festivities include cocktails, keynote addresses, awards, dinner, dancing and a fun time all around.
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