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Girls Weekend 2021 in Downtown Ocean City, NJ

Girls Weekend 2021 in Downtown Ocean City, NJ

                                    Visit the Facebook Event Page for the most up to date information on Girls Weekend 2021! The full list of specials posted below!   Girls Weekend 2021 Participating Stores: LEH- in-store special will be 20% off our exclusive LEH bundles featuring our soaps, and our specialized Face Care, Foot Care, Argan Oil, Coffee, and Beach Scents product lines We Make It Personal- Transform a handwritten recipe into a cutting board or engrave a picture of your favorite pet onto a plaque! Check out our website for different options.  Engraving is FREE! 20% off all Willow Moon Candle Sets & Perfume. Diamond Barre Fitness- Join us for a high energy, low impact total body workout. Strengthen, lengthen & tone the body! Beginner friendly, all levels, ages 15 (with parent consent) & up. Mask & socks required to... Read More

Easter Bunny to Tour Ocean City on Saturday

Easter Bunny to Tour Ocean City on Saturday

The Ocean City Fire Department will help the Easter Bunny greet children throughout Ocean City on Saturday, April 3. The Easter Bunny will ride atop a fire engine leaving from the station at Sixth Street and Asbury Avenue at about 10 a.m. and finishing at City Hall on Asbury Avenue at about 12:30 p.m.   Anybody can see his planned route through town by clicking here. Families can track his progress in real time by downloading the official Ocean City Vacation app (look for the blue OCNJ icon). Anybody with the app will receive notifications with a link to a map that will follow the Easter Bunny’s trip through town.   Weekend events will continue Saturday afternoon (April 3) with the Great Egg Hunt. The traditional beach event moves up onto the boardwalk this... Read More

Ocean City Announces Events Schedule Through April

Ocean City Announces Events Schedule Through April

What's Happening in Ocean City, NJ 3/25/2021 Ocean City is planning to open the 2021 season with a number of safe events for families. “We’re looking forward to the return of as many events as possible this year, but health and safety will always be our top priority,” Mayor Jay Gillian said. “We may not be able to hold all of them, and some may look different. Every event that happens will fully comply with the most current public health guidelines.” As the recovery from the pandemic continues, look for further announcements on events throughout the year. The Great Egg Hunt (March 27): The traditional beach event moves up onto the boardwalk this year. Participating merchants will invite children up to age 7 to visit stores with their families to collect eggs filled... Read More

NJBIA, NJ Chamber of Commerce Issue Joint Statement on Reopening of NJ Businesses

NJBIA, NJ Chamber of Commerce Issue Joint Statement on Reopening of NJ Businesses

Michele Siekerka, president and CEO of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, and Tom Bracken, president and CEO of the New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce, issued the following statement today regarding a regional approach to reopening New Jersey businesses. “It appears that deferring to industry experts and local officials for COVID-19 reopening decisions is the proper process, except when it comes to the reopening of our businesses. “On Monday, Governor Murphy deferred decisions on fall sports to the NJSIAA, saying that, as experts, they know best. And, last week, the governor and the state Department of Health released guidelines for school reopenings, using data from six regions to inform local decisions and deferring to local health officials and school districts as the experts because ‘no one size fits all.’ “The New... Read More

NJ Health Benefits Premium Tax – Urgent Action Needed!

NJ Health Benefits Premium Tax – Urgent Action Needed!

Businesses in New Jersey could face higher health insurance premiums under legislation introduced July 6 that would impose a new state tax on fully insured health insurance premiums. Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce opposes the bill.   S-2676 (Vitale, D-19) / A-4389 (McKeon, D-27), would impose a new 2.75% state excise tax on fully insured health insurance premiums for health benefits plans, MEWAs and dental and vision coverage. The bill is similar to a health insurance tax Gov. Phil Murphy proposed in his original FY 2021 budget proposal, which he put forth before the pandemic began in the U.S.   Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce opposes the bill because it will increase healthcare costs for employers who have been struggling for years to continue to provide healthcare coverage to their employees despite... Read More

Show us Your Mask! Ocean City Scavenger Hunt Encourages Social Distancing and Mask Wearing

Show us Your Mask! Ocean City Scavenger Hunt Encourages Social Distancing and Mask Wearing

Ocean City encourages families to have fun while social distancing on the island. New for 2020, the Chamber has developed an Ocean City Scavenger Hunt to encourage people to explore the island and discover new places, all while maintaining a safe social distance from others and wearing a mask. “This new fun family oriented scavenger hunt will have people racing to solve the clue and post on social media, to win fun Ocean City, NJ prizes”, says Michele Gillian, Executive Director of Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce “We are making it as contactless as possible”. Each week, a new clue will be posted on Facebook and Instagram. Participants need to like, share, and comment on the post, decipher the clue, go to the location in the clue, take their picture at... Read More

Ocean City Businesses Open!

Ocean City Businesses Open!

On a regular basis we are updating our list of businesses that are open during the coronavirus outbreak. We are sharing this information through: Social media posts OceanCityVacation.com Blast e-mails Blog posts Let us help promote your business! Click here for a list of businesses open in OCNJ!... Read More

Ocean City, NJ Businesses Open!

Ocean City, NJ Businesses Open!

On a regular basis we are updating our list of businesses that are open during the coronavirus outbreak. We are sharing this information through: Social media posts OceanCityVacation.com Blast e-mails Blog posts Let us help promote your business! Click here for a list of businesses open in OCNJ!... Read More

OCNJ Businesses Open for Takeout, Delivery, and Online Orders

OCNJ Businesses Open for Takeout, Delivery, and Online Orders

OCNJ Businesses Open for Takeout, Delivery, and Online Orders Many Ocean City businesses are open for takeout, delivery, and online orders. Ocean City Regional Chamber of Commerce encourages you to support your local businesses. The following restaurants are open for take-out and/or delivery in Ocean City NJ. (We will continue to update this list!): 6th Street Pizza - (609) 525-0022 - https://www.facebook.com/6thstreetpizza/ Arlene's - (609) 399-3639 - http://www.arlenesonasbury.com/ Augie's - (609) 391-0222 - http://augiesocnj.com/ Barefoot Market - (609) 399-0221 - https://www.facebook.com/WhosOnFirstCafe/ Bennie's (weekends) - (609) 398-9450 - http://www.benniesbread.com/ Blitz's Market - (609) 399-6080 - www.blitzsmarkets.com Bungalow Bowls - (609) 814-2904 - https://www.bungalowbowls.com/ Captain Bob's - (609) 305-7353 - https://www.facebook.com/Captain-Bobs-130184500337021/ Cousin's Restaurant - (609) 399-9462, (609) 457-7112, or email bmcginnity@icloud.com Dead End Bakehouse - (609) 814-2130 - https://deadendbakehouse.com/ Domino's - (609) 788-3888 - https://pizza.dominos.com/new-jersey/ocean-city/ Drip N Scoop - (609) 938-6758 - https://dripnscoop.com/ Express Pizza - (609) 398-3322 Hula... Read More