Great LBI Stocking Stuffer

Dated: 11/30/2011

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You’ll bring a smile to their faces when you purchase a pre-season beach badge for the beach bums in your life.  Long Beach Township is selling 2012 season beach badges from now until Saturday, December 31, 2011 at the pre-season rate of $30.00.  The Christmas edition features a graphic of a Christmas tree with a sailboat in the background.  Only 2,012 (the same as the year) will be sold so they are sure to be a collector’s item.  Badges are available at the Beach Badge Shack on 68th Street in Brant Beach on Fridays from 12-4PM, Saturdays & Sundays from 9AM-3PM and Mondays from 9AM-1PM.  Can’t get to LBI?  Call the beach patrol office at 609-361-1200.  They’ll send you a form and hold the badges for you until you can make it to LBI.  Don’t miss out on LBI’s first ever Christmas beach badge.  HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

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Rob Romanowski

Cell: 609-618-6346 email: [email protected] I am a second generation Real Estate professional specializing in sales and vacation rentals on Long Beach Island and the surrounding communities. As....

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