When you want something that sparks both the appetite and a conversation, hire Nomad Pizza’s unique food truck. This isn’t your average white box truck. Instead, it’s a restored 1949 REO Speedwagon that just so happens to come equipped with a wood-fired brick oven. Thin-crust pizza that makes even the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Craig LaBan ooze with compliments is what Nomad does best, with two locations in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Hopewell, New Jersey. The truck is limited to events within 30 miles of Hopewell.
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Pascal & Sabine is an imaginative restaurant from the creative minds of the SMITH hospitality group. Located in Asbury Park, this restaurant is named for the two main characters of the French film, The Red Balloon. Inside, it’s European brasserie with the volume turned up and the food is French inspired.
—2 oz. vodka
—1 oz. lemon juice
—1 oz. simple syrup
DIRECTIONS: Shake/strain into highball glass over fresh ice/mint sprig garnish.
What goest on behind the scene of a successful trade show? More than you could imagine! First, let’s start with your marketing objective for exhibiting at a particular trade show. So often I hear that companies continue to exhibit at a particular show because, “We’ve always done it and if we don’t our competition is still there and attendees might think we are out of business.” At first glance, this might make sense; however, if you are not getting qualified leads from the show, it’s not worth going. No sense throwing good money after bad.
Erica Peitler was a bit of a wonder drug for the pharmaceutical industry. “Captivated by how drugs work,” Peitler began her career as a pharmacist before transitioning to marketing and brand management roles at several pharmaceutical giants. While she seamlessly ran multimillion-dollar divisions, Peitler was especially known for her ability as a transformational change agent. She was the one to bring in when a company or division was veering off course.
Three organizations celebrated the holiday season in style at the brand-new Terrace in Paramus. The event brought together members of ISES NJ North, MPI NJ and NACE NJ for a fantastic event that included live music and entertainment including a walking dessert table! It was a fun evening of networking and socializing with industry colleagues from across the state.
A little bit of creativity can work a brand of magic that’s especially powerful in the world of meetings and events. It has the power to turn challenges into triumphs and transform the same old into something special, conjuring a sense of delight among everyone involved. To pull off a good show, the magic words are “do what you love.” In the pages that follow, five industry professionals share their trade secrets.
IT MAY BE JUST 1 SQUARE MILE but there’s plenty of chutzpah packed into the tiny metropolis of Hoboken. It’s been named the best walking town in America for places with a population of 50,000 (WalkScore.com), a top ten college town (Princeton Review) and No. 1 city in the country for singles (Money magazine). Of course, it is also known as the birthplace of Frank Sinatra and the hometown of everybody’s favorite baker, the Cake Boss himself, Buddy Valastro.
WHEN IS THE LAST TIME A MUSEUM collection actually came to you? Probably never, but that’s about to change. The New Jersey Mobile Museum brings the New Jersey Hall of Fame anywhere in the Garden State. “We bring the museum to you,” says Lisa Fielding, partnership director at the New Jersey Hall of Fame.
For 21 years, Proprietor Tony Del Gatto has been sharing his love of vera cucina Italiana—true Italian cuisine, the way it’s found in Italy today—at Grissini, his swanky, stylish restaurant in Englewood Cliffs in Bergen County. Old school in all the best ways, Grissini presents fresh, delicious food in a classy space. Enjoy a well-made cocktail at the restaurant’s convivial, buzzing bar or a glass of wine from the restaurant’s extensive list of fine Old World Wines while savoring a true taste of Italy.