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Local Media Company Donates Pictures With Santa
Local media company, Shoreline Media Marketing and owner Joe Sernio donated Pictures with Santa in Asbury Park, NJ to help benefit The Asbury Park Toy Drive December 7, 2013.
By: Shoreline Media Marketing
Although Shoreline is just 3 years old, founder Joe Sernio seems to find success in whatever ventures he sets on. He owned and operated 455 Restaurant Bar & Lounge in Jersey City at just 21 years of age, along with his Uncle and twin to his father, John Sernio. Joe joined his uncle after the passing of his father and previous co-owner, Joe Sernio Sr. His father taught him the values of a strong work ethic and to go after what he wanted. While operating the restaurant Joe studied web design at The Chubb Institute and quickly developed a keen interest and understanding of the field. This brought him to design for Marc Ecko and G-Unit Clothing in New York City. While in New York, Joe soon added acting to his resume and quickly became known for his work on As the World Turns, All My Children, Rescue Me and a number of notable independent films. His success earned him the honor of receiving the Pastorelli Award for acting. Joe received the award with the late Clarence Clemons and acctres Lanie Kazan. This brought Joe back to the Jersey Shore where he grew up. Soon after he founded the company which has become his truest passion, Shoreline Media.
Shoreline currently has clients in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Florida, Oregon and California. Although Shoreline's reach has grown, he never forgot where its roots lie in Asbury Park. The company has grown parallel to the resurgence of Asbury and has developed a close relationship with many businesses and organizations in town. Close relationships grew with Madison Marquette and The Asbury Park Toy Drive; which is in its 14th year of operation. Shoreline Media is excited to announce its partnership with the toy drive and Madison Marquette in offering pictures with Santa on Saturday, December 7th from 12 to 4pm in The Grand Arcade on the boardwalk in Asbury. They ask that you bring a toy for the drive or donate what you can to help them deliver a great Christmas to the children and families in need here in Asbury. Asbury has long been a city where the businesses, companies and people look to work in coordination, rather than against each other and this is a great example of the good joining together to achieve a common goal can accomplish. Come out for this fun holiday event, shop our unique local businesses and dine our restaurants. They offer an array of flavor and style. Immerse yourself in the great people and events of Asbury. Leave knowing we are all working together to make this holiday season one that is truly special.
~ Christian J. Boho, Staff Writer
Christian J. Boho
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