POINT PLEASANT BEACH, N.J., Feb. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
WHAT: Jenkinson's Night Club finally Re-opens post Hurricane Sandy With Sandy Relief Concert Headlined by Everclear! Presented by Shores United Relief Foundation a NJ Volunteer Project with WANDAA.
WHO: The band Everclear, Jenkinson's Night Club, Shores United Relief Foundation, World Association of Natural Disaster Relief and Awareness (WANDAA). Sponsors and supporters include: Russell Hoyte of Hoyte Custom Surfboards ( Ventura, California), Worksman Cycles (Rockaway, NY), Grey Goose/Bacardi, Teknicks/Post Uno, and Bud Light.
WHEN: Saturday, February 16, doors open at 7:00; Brian Kirk and the Jerks go on stage at 7:30 and Everclear takes stage at 10:00 pm.WHERE: Jenkinson's Night Club, 300 Ocean Avenue, Point Pleasant Beach, NJ (on the boardwalk) WHY: Shores United Relief Foundation is a Volunteer Project of the World Association of Natural Disaster Relief and Awareness (WANDAA) to aid in the relief, recovery and rebuilding efforts of those impacted in New Jersey by Hurricane Sandy. Our all-volunteer nonprofit group that assists 14 disaster territories along the Jersey Shore, Shores United's mission is to provide the necessary recovery and financial assistance to families, individuals and businesses that are not provided adequate relief from government or institutional assistance. Our goal is provide those with immediate action to improve their quality of life, through short and long-term resources and aid to help manage the devastation of this historic storm. For more information please go to www.ShoresUnited.Org Contact: Jamie Ferlanti, Managing Director, (732)539-4795, firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was issued through eReleases® Press Release Distribution. For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com. SOURCE Shores United Relief Foundation