(VINELAND, NJ – January 6, 2020) – Shopping this holiday season was made a little easier for twelve New Jersey residents. The dozen lucky New Jersey Heartlander’s to win a $25 gift card to The Spot Marketplace in Vineland, NJ, included:
- Terry Pettit of Minotola
- Alison Auble of Linwood
- Frank Copeland of Blackwood
- Ernestine Ryan of Waterford Works
- Anita McMasters Sneddon of Gloucester City
- Nate Snyder of Vineland
- Cynthia Bodden of Millville
- Rose Amoroso of Williamstown
- Angie Tarr of Clarksboro
- Beth Accordino of Clarksboro
- Michelle Reeder of Woodbury
- Debby Fox of Pittsgrove
With over 50 shoppes and vendors, The Spot at the Ave was the perfect place to find that perfect gift to brighten the holidays. A dynamic and ever changing marketplace, The Spot is devoted to showcasing local entrepreneurs, artists, designers, specialty shops, as well as antique and vintage dealers, all under one roof, all in one “spot”. The Spot at the Ave is located on 618 E Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360. For additional information about The Spot, please visit https://www.spotattheave.com or call 856.839.2825.
For additional information about entertainment venues and family fun in New Jersey’s Heartland, or to learn about and enter promotional ticket giveaways, visit NJHeartland.org.
ABOUT NEW JERSEY’S HEARTLAND
Understanding the role financial stability plays in strengthening Whole Families, the Pascale Sykes Foundation funded the creation of New Jersey’s Heartland as part of its South Jersey Economic Initiative. New Jersey’s Heartland promotes the four-county region of Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester and Atlantic Counties as a destination for tourism and business and a great place to live, work and play. Through NJHeartland.org and its various social media channels, New Jersey’s Heartland highlights the region’s hidden gems and treasures, venues, events, social service organizations, Heartland Heroes and newsworthy items, which in turn drives tourism, generates business opportunities and creates the jobs Whole Families need to be successful.