Red Bank Business and Tourism Entities Enhance Presence with New Street-Level Locale
RED BANK, NJ – August 28, 2018 – Red Bank RiverCenter and Red Bank VisitorsCenter are excited to announce their new location at 140 Broad Street, Red Bank, NJ. The two cornerstone entities made the move official as of Monday, August 27, 2018.
The new street-level office brings two of Red Bank’s esteemed not-for-profits to the main thoroughfare of the Downtown District - opening the doors to endless new opportunities for visitors, residents and business owners alike.
Red Bank RiverCenter will operate Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the new 140 Broad Street location. Executive Director James Scavone and his team will occupy the building’s first-floor space that is adjacent to the lobby and the Arthur Murray Dance Studio. The Red Bank VisitorsCenter will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the new downtown office.
“It is thrilling to relocate to a space that provides street-level presence and increases RiverCenter’s access to integral members of the Red Bank community,” commented James Scavone, Executive Director of Red Bank RiverCenter. “Our friends and colleagues at the VisitorsCenter will also have a weekday and weekend home at 140 Broad Street. Previously, an off-site, weekend welcome center was set-up at the Monmouth Arts offices at the Count Basie Center for the Arts. We are most grateful for the hospitality and partnership with these two Red Bank not-for-profits and look forward to all that is to come at our new location.”
While the Red Bank VisitorsCenter is relocating with Red Bank RiverCenter, it will also continue to operate at the Red Bank Farmers Market, held every Sunday in the Red Bank Galleria parking lot.
Red Bank’s downtown thrives as a dynamic hub for culture, cuisine, shopping and more. As such, the relocation of Red Bank RiverCenter and Red Bank VisitorsCenter provides an amazing opportunity to supply an immense amount of information and various resources to local residents, business owners, and visitors, while also highlighting Red Bank’s easily navigable and walkable Downtown District.
Business owners, residents and visitors are encouraged to stop into the newly located Red Bank RiverCenter and Visitor Center offices to experience the new space.
To learn more about the Red Bank RiverCenter, please visit www.redbank.org/rivercenter.
For more information about Red Bank Visitors Center, please visit www.visitredbank.com.
About Red Bank
Red Bank is an all-season destination to residents and visitors who look to retreat to the New Jersey coastline for relaxation without compromising their craving for culture. The town's rich historical roots, combined with world-class shopping, outdoor fairs, and festivals, are just some of the reasons families and friends journey to the riverside town. Traditional and contemporary art galleries, award-winning theaters and performing arts venues, gourmet and casual dining, luxury boutique hotels and pristine landscapes exemplify why residents and visitors, near and far, choose Red Bank.
About Red Bank RiverCenter
The Red Bank RiverCenter is a 501c3 not-for-profit alliance of local businesses, property owners, residents, and other stakeholders working to enhance and promote Red Bank’s downtown district as a mid-Atlantic destination for dining, shopping, and culture. RiverCenter helms the town’s Special Improvement District to promote Red Bank businesses through special promotions. Since 1991, RiverCenter has supported the business community by recruiting new businesses to fill commercial vacancies and helping them navigate the various start-up procedures in town. For more information, please visit: http://www.redbank.org/rivercenter/, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 732-842-4244.