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Clean Ocean Action Benefit at McLoone's Pier House

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 1 Ocean Ave Long Branch NJ 07740  See map

Vibrant music, dedicated coastal supporters, and delightful food and drink from area businesses and local restaurants will set the scene for the 14th Annual Sunset event, a benefit for Clean Ocean Action (COA), Friday, October 5th.  This fall event will take place at a new location this year – McLoone’s Pier House in Long Branch, NJ, from 6-10 p.m. 

The volunteers and coastal enthusiasts of Clean Ocean Action, a non-profit organization, have for more than 28 years helped protect the Atlantic coast from pollution, sea-borne trash and medical waste, and the risk of proposed liquid natural gas (LNG) terminals.

The Sunset event will attract hundreds of supporters of Clean Ocean Action, including ocean enthusiasts, corporate partners, and elected officials.  This event is a great opportunity for local businesses to demonstrate their support of a clean and healthy ocean.  The evening’s menu will include a decadent raw bar by Lusty Lobster Seafood Market & Catering, a unique spread of artisan cheeses by Sickles Market, and a buffet designed by McLoone’s Chef Joe Racioppi. Coffee and dynamic desserts donated by Booskerdoo Coffee Roasters and other local dessert experts will be served.  Music for dancing will be provided by local favorites and long-time COA supporters - The Thom White Band.

For more information, including opportunities for sponsorship and to donate auction prizes, please contact COA at 732-872-0111, or visit them: www.cleanoceanaction.org. The latest information about the Sunset event will also be posted at the organization’s Facebook and Twitter sites.  If you would like to support Clean Ocean Action’s ocean protection efforts, please donate today. Your support is a tax-deductible donation and COA’s Four Star Charity Navigator rating assures your donation dollars are spent wisely.

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