Remember
me?

RiverCenter Girls Night Out Called a Success

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Featured, Front Page, News

Tagged: ,

From left: Chris Paseka, owner of Sugarush, Chris Lo Bue, owner of Chris LoBoudoir Photography, and Angela Courtney, owner of Sweetest Sin, got together during the Red Bank RiverCenter’s first Girls Night Out earlier this month.

Published on June 21, 2012 with No Comments

RED BANK — Red Bank RiverCenter held its first Girls Night Out on June 7 and expects the event to become a biannual gathering.

The free night on the town was filled with shopping discounts, dining, drink specials and prizes.

From left: Chris Paseka, owner of Sugarush, Chris Lo Bue, owner of Chris LoBoudoir Photography, and Angela Courtney, owner of Sweetest Sin, got together during the Red Bank RiverCenter’s first Girls Night Out earlier this month.

“Everyone from business owners to the women attending seemed to really have enjoyed themselves in Red Bank during the event,” said Nancy Adams, RiverCenter’s executive director.  “We are planning on an even bigger turnout during our next Girls Night Out event in October.”

Women checked in at theGLAMbar at 116 Broad St. or Monmouth Street Empor­ium at 27 Monmouth St. to start the evening. There they received free reusable shopping bags filled with treats, coupons, and items provided by the Red Bank businesses.

During the after party at Taste, 10 Bridge Ave. in The Galleria, the women got the opportunity to win prizes donated by the businesses and RiverCenter including overnight stays at the Molly Pitcher Inn and Oyster Point Hotel, concert tickets donated by the Count Basie Theatre, jewelry, gift cards to local businesses, discounted offers, wine, food and more.

Continuing the night at Taste, women received a free Girls Night Out drink while Chambord Liqueur also gave out samples.  To remember their Girls Night Out in Red Bank, LoBoudoir Photo­graphy was on hand to photograph them, which made for a keepsake to remember the event.

“We’ve received several emails from business owners and women who attended saying what a great and fun evening they had,” Adams said. “They can’t wait until the one in October and will be inviting more of their friends.”

Adams also said there would be minor changes to the event, something that RiverCenter does for all events based on experience of the first and subsequent ones.

Women should mark their calendars at Thursday, Oct. 11, for the second Girls Night Out. This event is expected to be even bigger and better then the initial offering.

Check out the calendar at www.OnlyOneRedBank.com for new updates and changes about the event.

Red Bank RiverCenter is a self-funded, not-for-profit alliance of downtown businesses and property owners working toward the economic vitality of Red Bank.

For more information about RiverCenter and the October Girls Night Out event please visit the website at www.OnlyOneRedBank.com or call 732-842-4244.

Share this Article

No Comments

There are currently no comments on RiverCenter Girls Night Out Called a Success. Perhaps you would like to add one of your own?

Leave a Comment