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Night In Venice 2019 Winners Announced

first_img(Video courtesy of Ian Crowley with special thanks to Kirk & Suzy Dolaway and Kenny Chesney)Zone 8: 1st Place: #90, Kolea, Christmas in Venice2nd Place: #122, Boyle, Roamin on the Venetian Bayou3rd Place: #56, Borkowski, Flashback to the 80’sZone 9: 1st Place: #55, Trabbold, 65 Jersey Shore Pies2nd Place: #102, Maxwell & Maxwell, Stone Age3rd Place: #101, Hoffman, WoodstockZone 10: 1st Place: #70, Brand, Back To The Future2nd Place: #107, Sutera, Mount “OC”lympus The Greek Gods Have Blessed 65 Years Of NIV3rd Place: #64, Bruccoleri, It’s A Whole New World In Ocean CityZone 11: 1st Place: #94, O’Flynn, First NIV in 19542nd Place: #67, Weigel, Pirates Lady Looks At 803rd Place: #97, Ruh, Mardi GrasZone 12: 1st Place: #11, Cassidy, OC’s New Year’s Rockin Eve2nd Place: #126, Votta, Save The Bees3rd Place: #41, Hill, Summer Of Love/WoodstockZone 13:1st Place: #60, VanStone, Celebrating the 50’s with a Twist2nd Place: #2, Coluzzi, Celebrate 65 Years of “The Greatest Show on the Bay”3rd Place: #34 Barnet, Celebrating New Orleans at Madi GrasZone 14 (Best Condo/Commercial):1st Place: #51, Harbor House, The Grinch That Stole Christmas2nd Place: #153, Ocean City Yacht Club2019 Night in Venice is sponsored by Acme Supermarkets. Sponge Bob Square Boat was one of the winners of Night In Venice. Night In Venice winners were announced Sunday by Ocean City.Prizes can be picked up on the ground floor of City Hall 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday. All boaters who participated in the parade are also invited to pick up complimentary photos of their entries in the parade.Boat ContestBest in show 25’ and over: #244, Diablo, Michael DeSalis, Celebrating 21 Years of OCBPBest in show 24’ and under: #220, Sponge Bob Square Boat, Ray Rafetto, OCNJ: The Greatest Show on EarthBest Lead Boat: #207, Miss Heiny, Robert Moss, Kate FlanneryBest Commercial: #267, Carefree Boat Club, Mike McNulty, Carefree Boat ClubBest Non-Profit: #214, Carol B, Eric Rossina, “Newsies”Best Decorated 25’ and over 1st Place: #227, Shanti, Jennifer Toner, 80’s Movies at The Strand2nd Place: #221, Salty Fish, Josh Fisher, Rocky3rd Place: #229, Top Knot, Ed Collet, WoodstockBest Decorated 24’ and under1st Place: #220, Sponge Bob Square Boat, Ray Rafetto, OCNJ: The Greatest Show on Earth2nd Place: #230, That’s What Sea Said, The Young & Beiswinger Families, Spongebob Square Pants3rd Place: #233, The Crabby Daddy, Justin Montgomery, Under the SeaComic 25’ and over 1st Place: #254, High Roller, Michael Tabasso, OCritavilleComic 24’ and under 1st Place: #246, Kiki, Bob Kilgore, 50th Year of Moon Landing2nd Place: #242, Suntracker, Pirates Cove Marina, Rub a Dub Dub, 65 Years of Clean Family FunMusical 25’ and over 1st Place: #215, Keyport Princess, Victor Hartley, OCTC Show ChoirMusical 24’ and under 1st Place: #252, Flounder Pounder, Christopher Rosica, First Place Winner NIV…65 Years Ago2nd Place: #208, Cobia 237 – Freedom, Josh Rosella, Andrew Hink3rd Place: #236, The Three C’s, John T. Lawless, The Greatest Band in the World “KISS”Original 25’ and over1st Place: #244, Diablo, Michael DeSalis, Celebrating 21 Years of OCBP2nd Place: #231, Everglad, Robert Hicks, Walking on the Moon3rd Place: #264, Brown Eyed Girl, Don & Denese Terry, FireballOriginal 24’ and under 1st Place: #253, Rockin-n-Reeling, Chris Leo, Ocean City Beach Patrol Superheros2nd Place: #237, Mary Mack, Joe Zaffarese, 1950s IconsClassic 24’ and under 1st Place: #247, CASCO, Mike Caserta, Be Our Guest-for Night in VeniceDecorated by Kids Boat 24’ and under 1st Place: #265, Fireball, Richard Wheeler, All AmericanBig Top On The Bay wins first place in Zone 5 of the House Contest. (Photo courtesy City of Ocean City)House ContestZone 1: 1st Place: #75, Hornyak, Party Like A Rock Star2nd Place: #14, Weckerly, A Bay LuauTie 3rd Place: #85, Delibertis, Vikings On VacationTie 3rd Place: #83, Dolaway, LuauZone 2: 1st Place: #133, Cabano, Celebrating 65 Years of NIV/65 Years of Elena & Luigi2nd Place: #48 DuBois, 44 Years of NIV3rd Place: #27, Palmieri, Baby Shark in Oc Doo Doo DooZone 3: 1st Place: #33, Kelly, Roaring 20’s Seashore StyleTie – 2nd Place: #11, Lombardo/Peak, Mardi Gras in OCTie – 2nd Place: #120, Tighe, Old Town Saloon3rd Place: #151, Tamburri/Wolfe, Music Through The DecadesZone 4: 1st Place: #37, Thorton, Always Having A BALL on Pleasure Ave.2nd Place: #140, Hernandez, Cheers to 65 Years3rd Place: #129, Adcock, Celebrating the Bay Coast to CoastZone 5: 1st Place: #7, Thorton, Big Top On The BayTie 2nd Place: #98, Lawver, Sucker For OCTie 2nd Place: #148 Tomasello, Knights in Venice3rd Place: #80, Sage, OCNJ Home of the Party Animal for 65 YearsZone 6: 1st Place: #100, Myers, OC History and Memories2nd Place: #39, Chiumento, Happy 50th Birthday Scooby Doo3rd Place: #17, Gifford, Celebrating MissZone 7: 1st Place: #95, Lieb/Geiger, Friends & Family on the Dock of the Bay since 19642nd Place: #155, Miller, Night In Venison3rd Place: #43, McCarraker/Prettyman, Under the Sealast_img read more

Branding isn’t a popularity contest

first_img 25SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr When you launch a new brand at your bank or credit union, all the glitz and glamour of the kickoff party and initial training feels pretty good (especially if you’re a former marketer like me). I remember the feeling well.I also well remember that the “new car smell” of the brand didn’t last for long. That’s not to say your brand still isn’t cool, vital and relevant after roll-out. Far from it. However, the real work in branding comes not so much before or during the launch but after the launch.It’s in the days, weeks, months and years after the launch of a new brand that the real labor comes into play. As a brand leader at your bank or credit union, it is your responsibility to reinforce (and sometimes enforce) brand standards. This means you won’t always be the most popular person at your financial institution. During spot-checks for brand adherence at branches, I was regularly referred to as not-so-nice names by staff. I had to grow a thick skin and so will you.Working as the brand enforcer, you’ll have to take a stand when it comes to sticking to what the brand represents. If you let little things (homemade marketing collateral, dress code violations, deviations from the consumer engagement plan, etc.) happen, your brand will slowly erode. It’s kind of like the loose string on a sweater we’ve all had. If you don’t snip that string and mend the ravel quickly, it can fall apart. The same principle applies to your brand. continue reading »last_img read more

Government funding extension, Senate FSGG bill up this week

first_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » The House will consider a continuing resolution to fund the federal government past Sept. 30 this week, and will also consider several financial services-related bills under suspension of the rules.The Senate Appropriations Committee and a subcommittee will also mark up a financial services and general government (FSGG) appropriations bill for fiscal year 2020.Specifically, the Senate FSGG subcommittee will mark up the bill Tuesday, at 2:15 p.m. (ET), with the full Senate Appropriations Committee scheduled to begin its markup Thursday at 10:30 a.m. (ET).last_img read more

Three medals for young BiH judokas in Zagreb

first_imgBiH judokas won 2 gold and 1 silver medals at the Europe Top Cup for Cadets which was held in Zagreb, reports FENA.Petar Zadro (-66 kg) and Harun Sadiković (+90 kg) won gold medals while Aleksandra Samardžić won bronze medal (-63 kg).With this result BiH team is the 5th team among 30 teams and 580 judokas that participated at the completionBy the end of the year, BiH cadet team will participate at EYOF in Utrecht, European Tournament in Tallinn and World Tournament in Miami, said BiH Judo Association.last_img read more

NIACC & Clear Lake CSD bond issues pass; Mason City CSD voters approve revenue purpose statement

first_img== Voters in the Clear Lake Community School District have approved an $18 million bond issue. 69-percent of the voters approved, with 1012 voters saying yes to 464 no. $10 million will go towards a wellness and recreation center, with the other money will be used towards other projects throughout the district, including security upgrades at Clear Creek Elementary and improvements at Lions Field.  MASON CITY — 80-percent of voters in the 11-county North Iowa Area Community College district have approved a $15 million bond issue. The money raised by the bond issue will go toward various infrastructure improvements, renovations and repairs to the college campus. About a third of the money will also be used to create new regional education centers that will focus on programs that include healthcare, advanced manufacturing, construction and information technology.  == Voters in the Mason City Community School District have approved changes in the district’s revenue purpose statement that will allow some of the funds to be used to fund a field house project. 2033 of the 2576 voters casting ballots on Tuesday approved the changes. School districts get one cent from sales tax revenues, but the districts must get voter approval to adopt a new revenue statement before it dips into those funds.last_img read more