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HEROtini Challenge Offers Non-Alcohol ‘Mocktails’ for Designated Drivers

Source – SNJ Today Video: HEROtini Tasting Challenge By Nina Baratti, SNJ Today Reporter ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Thirty-two Jersey Shore bars and restaurants are going head to head in a creative challenge. Non-alcoholic “mocktails” are popping up all over the Jersey shore, giving designated drivers a chance to drink something fun while keeping others safe.  … Read more

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Bartenders mix it up for the Herotini Challenge

SOMERS POINT — There is a stiff competition this summer in bars and restaurants across Atlantic and Cape May counties to come up with the best original drink and the best bartender and establishment serving up that drink. The Herotini Challenge supports the HERO Campaign for designated drivers. The effort is to create a new  … Read more

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Jersey Shore Bartenders Compete for a Great Cause in the HEROtini Mocktail Challenge

The John R. Elliottt HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers® is hosting a fun, summer-long mocktail competition among bartenders throughout the Jersey Shore region, with an important message attached to the event. The HEROtini® Mocktail Challenge began on Memorial Day weekend. Restaurants, bars and clubs throughout Atlantic and Cape May counties and their accompanying local business sponsors signed up  … Read more

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“Be a HERO” Golf Tournament Supports HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers

SWAINTON, N.J. (May 31, 2017) – More than 130 golfers participated in The John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for Designated Drivers’ 17th Annual “Be a HERO” golf tournament and dinner auction on Wednesday, May 17th at Sand Barrens Golf Club, hosted by MediLink Homecare, Inc. and sponsored by Applebee’s and Townsquare Media. Proceeds benefit the  … Read more

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Union members upgrade memorial in Salem County for a true HERO

UPPER PITTSGROVE TWP. — Volunteer union workers spent Friday making upgrades to the roadside memorial placed at the spot where a U.S. Navy Ensign tragically lost his life because of a drunken driver. “It’s a wonderful feeling to come out here with organized labor and our apprentices,” said Richard Tolson who is director of the  … Read more

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