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Damage from Hurricane Sandy spurs some Jersey Shore homeowners to sell

by Ryan Reclaim on 02/26/13
 

Damage from Hurricane Sandy spurs some Jersey Shore homeowners to sell (via NJ.com)  The piles of debris that towered in the front yards of flood-damaged homes are gone and the rumble of generators powering cold, damp homes has quieted. But there’s a new symbol of Hurricane Sandy’s wrath popping up along the Jersey Shore: For Sale signs. More than three months after the storm…

 

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On Battered New Jersey Shore, Sandy Victims Struggle with Costs of Climate Change

by Ryan Reclaim on 02/24/13
 

On battered Jersey shore, Sandy victims struggle with costs of climate change (via The Christian Science Monitor)Nearly three months after superstorm Sandy inundated their house with five feet of water, retirees Brian and Dorothy Beebe went to the town hall here, clutching a survey of their home stuffed into a brown envelope, eager to repair their split-level home along New Jersey’s shore. When they left, their…

 

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N.J. Storm Watch: Live updates of potentially major snowstorm

by Ryan Reclaim on 02/07/13
 

winter-storm-warning-nj-feb-7-feb-8-2013.jpgA look at the warnings issued by the National Weather Service, effective late Thursday night. NewJerseyWeather.com

New Jersey is in the crosshairs of a major winter storm that could paralyze parts of New England and dump in excess of a foot of snow on the Garden State by Saturday. The forecast remains highly volatile and may change dramatically in the coming 24 hours.

Throughout the day, The Star-Ledger will provide updates here (newest on top) as new information comes in, watches and warnings are issued and the forecast changes.

10:30 p.m. Weather forecasters tonight reiterated warnings for drivers and residents that a potentially dangerous portion of the storm will be hitting much of central and northern New Jersey during Friday’s evening rush-hour. Major travel delays are expected late Friday and Friday night as rain turns into snow, the National Weather Service forecast said.

 

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Cape May Resort.com launches a new website and blog site focusing on the Historic Cape May Resort Vacation Area with Social Media.

by Ryan Reclaim on 02/05/13
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CapeMayResort.com 609.741.8587 sales@capemayresort.com February, 2012 Cape May Resort.com launches a new website and blog site focusing on the Historic Cape May Resort Vacation Area with Social Media. CAPE MAY, NEW JERSEY – CapeMayResort.com is a complete interactive site that’s totally dedicated to the historic Cape May Resort vacation area. “We have two goals – to promote our beautiful town’s local businesses and to assist potential visitors in finding anything they could want or need in and around Cape May. With Capemayresort.com, consumer’s today can shop and search with their mobile devices, including smart phones, tablets and smaller tablet computers.” said Ryan Reclaim, Director of Marketing at Cape May Resort.com. The Cape May Resort.com site is designed with local time You Tube Videos, including a smart device “Mobile Format” allowing Cape May travelers to easily access screen friendly content that is compatible with today’s mobile browsers. In support of this new site, Cape May Resort.com has launched Social Media networking links on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest social networking sites to suit the ways Cape May travelers plan and communicate. This site is home to custom pages and video of easy to navigate information about Cape May- from discount saving digital coupons to weather reports and weekly events. Cape May Resort.com also hosts a local Cape May Blog featuring local events, things to do in Cape May, shopping, beach information and more. In addition to the Social Media Links, this new site links directly to the Greater Cape May Chamber of Commerce accommodations availability listing portal. This allows potential new Cape May County visitors to check accommodations on the spot. “As the new tourism landscape has changed dramatically due to the recession and Hurricane Sandy, while we continue to enjoy a high visitor return rate, we are finding the need to work harder to attract and keep the overnight vacationer to the county” as cited by the 2012 Annual Cape May County Tourism Conference report. To visit the site please click http://capemayresort.com/ or you can visit the Blog at http://capemayresort.blogspot.com/ About Cape May Resort.com – The Cape May Resort.com site is totally dedicated to the Cape May Resort vacation area. The site was created by its founders with a vision to create an educational web site that focuses on the Historic Cape May Resort Vacation area. The vision of the web site and blog is to assist travelers on line via web, smart phone or tablet, while promoting our beautiful town’s local businesses and to assist potential visitors in finding anything they could want or need in and around Cape May. This site is home to custom pages and video of easy to navigate information about Cape May- from restaurant choices to weather reports to local events in Cape May, we also host a local Cape May Blog featuring local events, things to Do in Cape May, shopping, restaurants, beach information and much more. Your local Cape May business can be a part of CapeMayResort.com too! Locals and tourists alike use CapeMayResort.com like to find the services they want in and around Cape May – and you can make your business a part of that directory today. For more information about joining the newest online Cape May Beach directory you’ll find, contact the Cape May Resort staff today. Sales – 609 741 8587 email: sales@capemayresort.com

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The Wilbraham Mansion News Sharing the love from Cape May

by Ryan Reclaim on 02/05/13
 

The Wilbraham Mansion News Sharing the love from Cape May
We feel extremely grateful that we & the Wilbraham made it through SuperStorm Sandy with no damage. The town is in great shape and everything is up & running and it’s business as usual (AWESOME TIME!) here in Cape May! We’re taking reservations from all over the East Coast.  Come see us!!
Share the Love Returning Guest  Appreciation Special
15% OFF
All Rooms & Suites for March
Must be a two night stay or longer – 15% off for anyone who sees the newsletter and requests the discount.You must request the discount at the time of booking to get it. To reserve your room, click here to check availability or give Joanne & Renee a call today at 609. 884. 2046.
Wilbraham Mansion
Bed & Breakfast Inn and Suites
133 Myrtle Avenue
Cape May, NJ 08204