John Kelly, of the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce, compared Wildwood to your favorite uncle on Wednesday. We'll see what Atlantic County Utilities Authority President Rick Dovey calls Egg Harbor Township we continue our journey across South Jersey on Thursday.
We pack up, hit the road and celebrate Earth Day a little early. I will be with the Atlantic County Utilities Authority as they prepare for their Earth Day celebration in Egg Harbor Township.
On the Road will take us to all 63 towns that we cover at The Press of Atlantic City. We will bring the weather to your community's events, schools and best scenic spots. All the while, we will uncover why each place is a "South Jersey Special".
Thanks to Press Graphics Artist Krishna Mathis and developer Mike DellaVecchia, you can learn about the towns as we go on our interactive page. Watch where "On the Road" has ventured to, find upcoming stops and view our real estate resource center, Where to Live.
By using #MartuccisMap on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, you can see each step, drive and leg of the journey. Want your place to be featured "On the Road"? Drop me a note there, too!
Without further to do, here are the details for our 15th and 16th stops:
Where: Wildwood (Cape May County) at the Business at the Beach Expo
When: Wednesday, April 18th
Time: 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Our Guest: John Kelly, Marketing and Membership Director for the Cape May County Chamber of Commerce (more may be announced, too!)
Did you know? The video for Jason Aldean's song "Laughed Until We Cried" is set in Wildwood.
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Where: Egg Harbor Township (Atlantic County) at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) Environmental Park
When: Thursday, April 19th
Time: 12:00 p.m. (Subject to change. It is also closed to the public at this time, sorry!)
Our Guest: Richard Dovey, President of the ACUA.
Did you know? The Great Egg Harbour got its name from explorer Cornelius Jacobsen Mey. The meadows were so covered with shorebird and waterfowl eggs that he called it "Eyren Haven" translated to Egg Harbor!