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NJBiz
Should the construction of a new rail tunnel between New Jersey and New York be the top priority for the Port Authority?\n\n76%: Yes: Nothing more important than staying connected to Manhattan.\n24%: No: We\'ve seen enough toll hikes for the projects that...Read More
“Previous expos have been held at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, but we have secured the Original Meadowlands Racetrack for this event as it is a unique opportunity to accent the Chamber’s advocacy regarding the importance and impact of the Mead...Read More
Jersey Tomato Online
"Previous expos have been held at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, but we have secured the Original Meadowlands Racetrack for this event as it is a unique opportunity to accent the Chamber\'s advocacy regarding the importance and impact of the Me...Read More
South Bergenite
Previous expos have been held at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, but we have secured the Original Meadowlands Racetrack for this event as it is a unique opportunity to accent the Chambers advocacy regarding the importance and impact of the Me...Read More
South Berganite
On Thurs., April 23rd, The Meadowlands Regional Chamber held its annual Arline Simpson Leadership Awards luncheon at the Meadowlands Hilton, recognizing region leaders for their contributions to their communities. \n\n\n\nFrom left to right: A.J. Bassani ...Read More
NJBiz.com, by Josh Burd
“We know how to host big events,” Kirkos said. “The process brought agencies together to collaborate that never talked together before. There\'s a forward positive when things like that happen.”...Read More
NJBiz.com, by Josh Burd
You don\'t need to sell Jim Kirkos on the power of networking.\n\nHe became a believer 25 years ago, when he was a caterer looking to expand into managing corporate cafeterias. He found his first contract with Ernst & Young as the accounting firm was movi...Read More
NJBiz.com, by Josh Burd
“The convention center could be busy 250 or 300 days a year,” said Kirkos, CEO and president of the chamber and of the affiliated Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau....Read More
NJN, by David Cruz
“You can’t just try to create a profit and loss statement for the day because the dollars and cents aren’t about the day. The dollars and cents are about the future, as well. You know, you’re preparing your region to be a destination. We are now one of a ...Read More
Western Journalism
When Hurricane Sandy hit the east coast in 2012, Jai Patel, sales manager for Overhead Door in Lodi, New Jersey, was invited by his scoutmaster to St. Margaret’s church in his hometown of Little Ferry to check out what was happening....Read More
NJBiz
The tipping point is here. If New Jersey does not quickly and effectively pursue a new gaming policy, it cannot hope to recover the tens of thousands of jobs already lost due to our current commitment to Atlantic City as our exclusive gaming destination -...Read More
The Record, by Dustin Racioppi and John Brennan
Jim Kirkos, president of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce, said “the tipping point is here” to expand gambling, specifically to the Meadowlands Sports Complex. Kirkos said the complex is “the most appealing gaming destination in North America ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Dustin Racioppi and John Brennan
Jim Kirkos, president of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce, said “the tipping point is here” to expand gambling, specifically to the Meadowlands Sports Complex. Kirkos said the complex is “the most appealing gaming destination in North America ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Reitmeyer and Dustin Racioppi
Jim Kirkos, president of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce, urged Sarlo’s committee to dedicate a portion of the revenue that would be generated by the new hotel room surcharge to helping promote the Meadowlands district.\n\n“I can tell you une...Read More
New Jersey Spotlight: Northern New Jersey, by Tara Nurin
Big changes could be ahead for the Meadowlands District regional planning area if state lawmakers pass a bill to merge two quasi-governmental agencies and redesign the way the district supports its sparsely developed communities.\nUnder a bill announced y...Read More
The Record, by John Brennan
Tedesco said, though, that Bergen County has only a narrow window to hit a big payday on casino gambling....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
During his remarks to the Meadowlands Regional Chamber, Tedesco also said that he recently met with executives of Triple Five — the new developers of the long-stalled shopping and entertainment complex that is once again under construction at the Sports C...Read More
Topix, by John Brennan
In a speech to a receptive business group, incoming Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco on Tuesday said he supports expanded gambling at the Meadowlands Sports Complex, as part of a remaking of the complex that includes a convention center and a hotel. Du...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Hugh Morley
Jim Kirkos, CEO of the chamber, said Tedesco approached the organization during the election, said \"I\'m from business,\" and listened to its concerns. The fact that Tedesco appears to be \"in synch\" with the business community on some issues bodes well...Read More
The Record, by Linda Moss
Several major North Jersey real estate companies have submitted bids to purchase the biggest parcel of developable land left in the Meadowlands, a 718-acre tract that was part of the ill-fated EnCap golf and housing project. ...Read More
NJ.com, by Scott Mahoney
A good example is the recent $1.2 billion plan proposed for the Meadowlands – a project that would include hotels, a convention center and new casinos, even a monorail “people mover.” It seems to me that this project, proposed by the Meadowlands Regional ...Read More
NJBiz, by NJBiz
He’s in a unique position moving forward, one insider said. “I think he’s going to be at the epicenter of a lot of conversations this year, because I don’t think casino gaming is necessarily going to come to the Meadowlands without the support of the cham...Read More
The Record, by Jim Kirkos
Recent news reports that the proposed cleanup of the Passaic River may result in substantial disruptions to Amtrak and NJ Transit service is of grave concern to the business community. Already our rail lines are at capacity.\nCausing delays of one hour or...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Megan Grant
Two components – casino gaming and convention space – are needed to turn the complex into a \"complete destination,\n\" said chamber\nPresident Jim Kirkos....Read More
The Record, by The Record
Add the possibility of a casino, and the original vision of the Meadowlands as a premier sports and entertainment complex is made real. Meadowlands casino revenue could help fund a convention center, and the volume of business coming to the center once op...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by The Record
The Meadowlands has a rail link to Manhattan, minutes from the Secaucus Junction station. And while Amtrak does not currently offer service to Secaucus, its Northeast Corridor trains run through the junction. Without any build-out, a Meadowlands conventio...Read More
NJBiz.com, by Joshua Burd
“I’m telling you if casino gaming comes to Woodbury Commons before it comes to the Meadowlands, you might as well shut the doors,” Goldberg said. “Because with the advantage that this location has — 23 minutes by rail from Penn Station, adjacent to the hi...Read More
Standardbredcanada.ca, by StandardbredCanada.com
The casino is a component,” Kirkos said. “The convention center puts in literally thousands, if not millions of people a year through the region and a lot of these people will want the gaming for their entertainment.\"...Read More
Smart Meetings, by John Brennan
The Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce’s plan for a sports complex in New Jersey attracted attention for its proposal to include up to four casinos, but members say the real driver of the plan is a 1 million-square-foot convention center.\n\nCurrently, the M...Read More
newyork.construction, by John Brennan
Jim Kirkos , president of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce , said that while he and other local officials support North Jersey casino gambling, \"a casino is subordinate to a convention center.\" A number of speakers agreed that the Sports Com...Read More
PressOfAtlanticCity.com, by Donald Wittkowski
“With what’s been done here already, what we can do here is to add to that destination to attract multiple audiences at any given time,” said Jim Kirkos, president of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber. “If you add casinos, hotels and a convention center, n...Read More
Real Estate Weekly Online, by REW Staff
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber is responsible for the creation of several relationship-building and networking opportunities through its many programs during the year, which also serve as an excellent source of education, leadership development, and bus...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Jim Kirkos, president of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce, said that while he and other local officials support North Jersey casino gambling, “a casino is subordinate to a convention center.” A number of speakers agreed that the sports complex...Read More
BlackJackChamp.com, by Nich Moore
Kirkos goes on to point out that unlike Atlantic City the Meadowlands area has a history of attracting big sporting and entertainment events, with the Superbowl being the one that chimes perhaps most. “The region has a history of attracting big events” he...Read More
CasinoConnectionAC.com, by Casino Connection Staff
After losing one casino, the Atlantic Club, in January, three more casinos will shut down after Labor Day weekend, including the new Revel Casino Hotel....Read More
Bloomberg TV.com, by Betty Liu
We estimate that it will be between $1.5 billion and $2 billion in total investment if all components are built....Read More
dailynewsen.com, by Miles Ma
Time could be brief, Jim Kirkos, chamber president, said. He noted that New York has plans to approve as several as four casinos by the fall....Read More
Real Estate Weekly, by MRC
The Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce in Jersey has updated its Vision Plan for the redevelopment of the sports complex that’s home to both the Giants and the Jets....Read More
news12.com, by John Bathka
\"There is more willingness to talk about an expansion of gaming outside of Atlantic City and we hope when that conversation continues, a plan like ours will be looked at seriously,\" says Jim Kirkos, with the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce....Read More
NJBiz.com, by Josh Burd
Still, Kirkos said, time is of the essence. He noted “the convenience (gambling) market is driving past us and they’re going outside of our borders and the surrounding states.” And New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo “has got his eye on the ball” when it comes to ...Read More
Law360.com, by Martin Bricketto
\n“We don\'t want there to be a political case for either doing something or not doing something,” said Chamber President and CEO Jim Kirkos afterward. “We believe this is a business case. There\'s a clear vision for growing the sports and entertainment c...Read More
NJ.com, by Miles Ma
“Not to develop this area doesn’t make any sense at all,” Schaer said....Read More
successfulmeetings.com, by Matt Alderton
Kirkos disagrees. \"This is not a plan to create a district that competes with Atlantic City,\" he told the Philadelphia Inquirer. \"Since the Meadowlands Sports Complex was built, the population in the surrounding region has grown but does not have any...Read More
gamingtoday.com, by Ray Poirier
As such, the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce is establishing plans for casinos, hotels, a convention center and a monorail....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Art Schwartz
Kirkos plans to meet with state legislators over the next month or so to begin gathering support for the vision plan. But he won’t be operating in a vacuum....Read More
The Secaucus Reporter, by Art Schwartz
This plan\'s intention is to restore the Meadowlands complex as the number one multi-venue sports destination in the world,\" said Ron Simoncini, president of Axiom Communications.\nThe occasion was a press conference in Carlstadt to unveil a \"vision pla...Read More
standardbredcanada.ca, by S.P. Sullivan
\"If there’s going to be an expansion of gaming outside Atlantic City, the Meadowlands should be the first place that’s considered,\" said Jim Kirkos, president of the Regional Chamber of Commerce....Read More
Yogonet International
The Meadowlands Sports Complex has long attracted fans from New York, and some lawmakers hope a casino there could do the same....Read More
WashingtonPost.Com, by Hunter Schwarz
“We believe a casino would be incredibly successful,” Jim Kirkos, chief executive of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber, told The Post, citing the 6.5 million people who live within 20 miles of the location who now travel elsewhere for gambling in states li...Read More
Left at the gate
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce outlined its plan for a casino (or casinos) at the Meadowlands, though I don\'t really understand what they really have to do with anything here, since they don\'t have any money....Read More
rew-online.com, by Linda Barr
“A casino will allow the Meadowland’s to draw on an already existing customer base that wants to gamble and be entertained, but is currently driving past us to get to casinos in nearby states,” said Jim Kirkos, CEO of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber....Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Josh Dawsey
With three failing Atlantic City casinos slated to close their doors within the next month, officials near New York City are pushing shiny new gaming facilities harder than ever....Read More
The Star Ledger, by S.P. Sullivan
\"With one casino in Atlantic City already shuttered this year and another three expected to close shortly, a regional business group yesterday rolled out its grand vision for a Meadowlands of the future - with as many as four casinos.\"...Read More
The Bergen Record, by John Brennan
\"Spurred by recent signals from Trenton that the state might be ready to end Atlantic City\'s gaming monopoly, the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday unveiled a \"vision plan\" for the Sports Complex that includes casino gambling, as well as a co...Read More
Hotel-Online, by John Brennan
\"A casino will allow the Meadowlands to draw on an already existing customer base that wants to gamble and be entertained, but is currently driving past us to get to casinos in nearby states,\" Kirkos said....Read More
CNBC.com, by Charles V. Bagli
\"We can turn this place into a fabulous sports and entertainment complex with elements for everybody,\" said Jim Kirkos, chief executive of the Meadowlands Chamber, which has 1,120 corporate members. \"We can really create an economic engine and make it ...Read More
Law360.com, by Kaitlin Ugolik
“Since the Meadowlands Sports Complex was built, the population in the surrounding region has grown but do not have anything compelling enough to keep them here when they are spending their discretionary income,” Kirkos said. “Developing Meadowlands Sport...Read More
WorldJournal.com
商會執行主席科克斯(Jim Kirkos)說,「我們能將這裡變成一座極佳的運動娛樂中心,每個人都能找到自己的樂趣。我們將創造新的經濟引擎,讓此處成為資金的目的地」。...Read More
NJBiz.com, by Josh Burd
Still, Kirkos said “this isn’t only about gaming — this is about the entirety of the complex.” Speaking Tuesday at a presentation and news conference in Carlstadt, he outlined “the next generation of what we believe the sports complex could be” — a place ...Read More
New York Times, by Charles V. Bagli
“We can turn this place into a fabulous sports and entertainment complex with elements for everybody,” said Jim Kirkos, chief executive of the Meadowlands Chamber, which has 1,120 corporate members. “We can really create an economic engine and make it a d...Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
The expanded plan includes a resort casino district, a so-called “racino” with slot machines at the Meadowlands Racetrack, a convention center and expanded parking to accommodate visitors to the facilities, as well as the long-stalled American Dream Meado...Read More
WSJ.com, by Josh Dawsey
\"The longer we wait, the more crowded the market becomes,\" said Jim Kirkos, president and chief executive of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber. \"I think the state is at a point in time when it needs to make decisions.\"...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Kirkos said that the new proposals are not intended to lure visitors away from the state’s struggling casinos in Atlantic City, where four of the 12 casinos that were open at the start of the year will be closed by mid-September. ...Read More
The New York Times, by Charles V. Bagli
\"With as many as four casinos shutting down in Atlantic City by the end of September, New Jersey is suddenly awash in plans for, well, more casinos.\nThe Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce is to unveil plans on Tuesday for a Las Vegas-style casino,...Read More
Philly.com, by Harold Brubaker
\"This is not a plan to create a district that competes with Atlantic City,\" Jim Kirkos, chief executive of the business group said. \"Since the Meadowlands Sports Complex was built, the population in the surrounding region has grown but does not have an...Read More
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce is planning to unveil plans for a large, Las Vegas-style casino at the Meadowlands Sports Complex....Read More
Silive.com, by Tracey Porpora
Meanwhile, the proposal for the East Rutherford location will likely draw armies of Islanders, since the venue will be the closest casino to the borough at only a 25 minutes drive from Mid-Island....Read More
NYDailyNews.com, by Oren Yaniv
If New Jersey residents want to gamble, the Meadowlands could one day be a lot more than pigskin and tailgates....Read More
GlobeSt.com, by John Jordan
A casino district would also drive revenue for a convention center, Simoncini noted....Read More
GlobeSt.com, by John Jordan
“This is not a plan to create a district that competes with Atlantic City. Since the Meadowlands Sports Complex was built, the population in the surrounding region has grown, but does not have anything compelling enough to keep them here when they are spe...Read More
South Berganite, by Meghan Grant/Kelly Nicholaides
\"What happens if I take Mohegan Sun and bring it to New Jersey? You get $1.3 billion a year in revenue ... 300,000 square feet split between four facilities of casino space, 1 million square feet for a convention center, as the demand is there, and the l...Read More
CBS NewYork.com, by Dana Tyler
“The casino component for us is just a small component of the overall entertainment mix that’s at the complex,” Kirkos said. “Part of the casino tax that would be generated from the product up here could go directly to Atlantic City.”...Read More
CBS NewYork.com, by Peter Haskell
“The casino component for us is just a small component of the overall entertainment mix that’s at the complex,” Kirkos said. “Part of the casino tax that would be generated from the product up here could go directly to Atlantic City.”...Read More
Philly.com, by Suzette Parmley
Just hours after Revel announced its closing, the Meadowlands Regional Chamber issued a news release announcing a review of a \"vision plan\" for the Meadowlands complex \"in light of a North Jersey casino referendum.\"...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Jaimie Julia Winters
The results are in – area business leaders want a casino in the Meadowlands, according to a recent survey conducted by the Meadowlands Regional Chamber. On Thursday, July 31, the chamber released the results of a survey about casinos in the Meadowlands wi...Read More
NJBiz.com, by Joshua Burd
As talks continue about expanding casino gaming beyond Atlantic City, a new survey of a small group of North Jersey business leaders found that most feel the Meadowlands Sports Complex is the best location for a new gaming hall....Read More
, by John Brennan
“The Meadowlands has the hotels, restaurants, shopping and recreational options, as well as the transportation and infrastructure needed to entertain thousands of visitors, whether they are here for a convention, sporting event or concert,” said Jim Kirko...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Stephanie Akin
“It doesn’t even matter what the event is,” Kirkos said. “Whenever we have the opportunity to entertain and bring in people who aren’t from the region, it brings great business opportunities.”...Read More
PR Week Online, by Tanya Lewis
\"The financial resources of our marketing reach are fairly limited,\" explains Jim Kirkos, president and CEO of MLCVB. \"Attracting media attention to the destination assets we have in the New Jersey Meadowlands and generating opportunities for the regio...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by ANDREW TANGEL
, by William Sokolic
Super Bowl XLVIII drew thousands to MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands. \n\nWhat fans did not see is the rest of the Meadowlands, a place teeming with environmental activities, from a canoe trip to a nature walk, bird-watching to star gazing. An eco-touri...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Northern Valley Suburbanite
wildnewjersey.tv, by Don Torino
I have been told that letter writing has become a lost art, gone the way of phone booths, road maps and the yellow pages but don’t tell that to the Elementary school students of the Bergen Blvd. School in Ridgefield and the Teaneck Community Charter Sch...Read More
NJ.com, by Paul Mulshine
Well, at least one Super Bowl Sunday event was a success for the locals.\n\nIt wasn’t the one at MetLife Stadium. It was a mile up the hill in East Rutherford, where the town held the Super Bowl Party that dare not speak its name.\n\nThat’s because the NF...Read More
South Berganite, by CHRISTOPHER MAAG
James Taormina wanted a photo of himself shaking the hand of East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella, but he had to wait in line. First the news crew from New York\'s PIX 11 had to finish interviewing the mayor. Then Cassella posed with two other groups of w...Read More
The Star Ledger, by Paul Mulshine
Well, at least one Super Bowl Sunday event was a success for the locals.\n\nIt wasn’t the one at MetLife Stadium. It was a mile up the hill in East Rutherford, where the town held the Super Bowl Party that dare not speak its name.\n\nThat’s because the NF...Read More
wpix.com, by WPIX
Mayor of East Rutherford welcomes arriving Super Bowl revelers...Read More
wpix.com, by WPIX
WATCH: Highlights from the PIX11 Super Bowl Kickoff Special\n...Read More
NJ.com, by Paul Mulshine/The Star Ledger
Super Bowl ... er ... East Rutherford party appears to be a better deal\n\n\n2 / 16\nBrian McCanney enjoys a light beer at the Meadowlands Tailgate Party for Superbowl XLVIII on Park Avenue in East Rutherford, NJ 2/2/14 2:54:51 PM (Alex Remnick/The Star-L...Read More
NJ.com, by Matt Friedman/The Star-Ledger
EAST RUTHERFORD — East Rutherford Mayor Jim Cassella stood in the carpeted hallway of MetLife Stadium’s VIP section, just outside the suite of Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay....Read More
Online, by Al Jazeera
Philly.com, by Suzette Parmley
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The Super Bowl, a game that comes annually bedecked with superlatives and firsts, has new ones attached to it this year:\n\nAmerica\'s biggest sporting event will be bigger than ever. More Americans are expected to watch it on TV t...Read More
The Star Ledger, by The Star Ledger
ESPN
Mayor of East Rutherford, N.J., James Cassella talks about being invited to attend the Super Bowl by Colts owner Jim Irsay and discusses his frustration with how he believes the NFL has treated New Jersey....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Jaimie Winters
1. Historic Schoolboy Football Exhibit\n\n\nBUY OR LICENSE THIS PHOTO\nThe Meadowlands Museum presents the Meadowlands Historic Schoolboy Football Exhibit Jan. 29 through Feb. 1. A committee of football coaches, alumni, and sports enthusiasts formed the M...Read More
foxnews.com, by Perry Chiaramonte
Super Bowl XLVIII\'s hometown has a rude guest.\n\nThe sports world is converging on East Rutherford (pop. 8,978) for Sunday\'s game between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, and all the town wanted to do was have a little block party for local...Read More
news12.com, by AP
EAST RUTHERFORD - (AP) - He\'s hosting a party that he wasn\'t invited to.\n \nThe mayor of East Rutherford, the New Jersey town where the Super Bowl is being held on Sunday, didn\'t have tickets to the game until he got a surprise invite this week....Read More
foxnews.com, by FOX News
Super Bowl XLVIII\'s hometown has a rude guest.\n\nThe sports world is converging on East Rutherford (pop. 8,978) for Sunday\'s game between the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, and all the town wanted to do was have a little block party for local...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
So, the mayor of the actual host city -- make that borough -- for Super Bowl XLVIII will be at the game after all.\n\nJames Cassella — the Republican mayor of East Rutherford where MetLife Stadium sits — said Friday that he had accepted an offer to watch ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Jamie Julia Winters
EAST RUTHERFORD - Free parking is available on Route 17 and shuttles will get visitors to the only tailgate open to the public on Super Bowl Sunday. Those attending The Meadowlands Tailgate Party Live from East Rutherford can park for free at Lowes at 150...Read More
CBS NewYork.com
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — The Indianapolis Colts seem to have found a new fan.\n\nThe mayor of East Rutherford, the town where the Super Bowl is being played, is going to the big game thanks to the team’s owner....Read More
Online, by Phillip B. Wilson
The mayor of East Rutherford, N.J., has been vocal about how Super Bowl XLVIII is unfairly perceived as a New York event....Read More
Enquirer Herald, by The Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — He\'s hosting a party that he wasn\'t invited to.\n\nThe mayor of East Rutherford, the New Jersey town where the Super Bowl is being held on Sunday, didn\'t have tickets to the game until he got a surprise invite this week.\n\nMayo...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by TAMIYAH YANCEY
EAST RUTHERFORD - While many claim East Rutherford has been given the cold shoulder as the town hosting the Super Bowl, borough officials response is a little warmer - hold the biggest party of the year and invite everyone. - See more at: http://www.north...Read More
My Fox NY, by AP
NEW YORK (AP) - New York City is co-hosting the Super Bowl this weekend but its mayor will not attend the nation\'s biggest sporting event.\n\nBill de Blasio will not travel across the Hudson River to MetLife Stadium on Sunday to watch the Denver Broncos ...Read More
The Star Ledger, by Mark Di Ionno
The New York Times, by James Barron
The mayor of East Rutherford, N.J., the town in which Super Bowl XLVIII will be played on Sunday, finally has a ticket to the game....Read More
NJ.com, by Stacy Jones/The Star-Ledger
East Rutherford — Indianapolis Colts\' owner Jim Irsay couldn\'t help but hear that East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella feels jilted by the National Football League as it prepares to host Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium....Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Josh Dawsey
East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella may attend the Super Bowl after all.\n\nCassella, who has bemoaned the NFL\'s treatment of his town leading up to the game, received an offer Tuesday to accompany Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay in Irsay\'s luxury s...Read More
BusinessWeek.com, by Kyle Stock
Hosting a Super Bowl is supposed to be the economic equivalent of a Beyonce or Bruce Springsteen half-time show, a lucrative frenzy of activity in which everyone wins. By the much-criticized estimates of organizers, the big game is expected to generate fr...Read More
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nbcnewyork.com, by Kyli Singh
This year’s Super Bowl will bring the best football teams to New Jersey, but it's also doing much more. From Newark to Hoboken and beyond, local festivals and charity events will mark the start to Super Bowl celebrations. Below is a list of New Jersey’s ...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Stu Woo
Football fans in town this week without a Super Bowl ticket may not get to see the Seahawks and Broncos, but that doesn\'t mean they can\'t experience some of the game\'s festivities. There are, after all, dozens of Super Bowl parties being thrown in New ...Read More
The Record, by Jeff Green
SECAUCUS — There will be beer gardens, dozens of food trucks, giant snow globes and the “Super Ball” of mozzarella cheese, all of it right here in New Jersey.\n\nWhile this week’s star-studded Super Bowl parties are thrown in New York City, the two towns ...Read More
Online, by Ray Gonzalez/Alex Roland
CNN, by Alexandra Field
CNN\'s Alexandra Field talks to folks in the Super Bowl\'s New Jersey host city about why they feel left out in the cold....Read More
CNN
CNN\'s Alexandra Field talks to folks in the Super Bowl\'s New Jersey host city about why they feel left out in the cold....Read More
Philly.com, by Suzette Parmley, Inquirer Staff Writer
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - For this gritty, blue-collar town in the shadow of Manhattan, it all comes down to respect.\n\nWith Super Bowl XLVIII taking place at MetLife Stadium here next Sunday, many locals are hoping it will deliver that - and an economic l...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Art Schwartz
With local hotels filling up at astronomical prices and everyone gearing up for the Super Bowl, Secaucus is set to make the week before the game a memorable one with the three-day Winter Blast in Buchmuller Park.\n\nRead more: Hudson Reporter - Celebrate ...Read More
TimeOutNewYorkKids.com, by Rebecca Jennings
1. Stop by Super Bowl Boulevard\nBeginning Jan 29, Broadway between 34th and 47th Sts transforms into Super Bowl Boulevard, where there’ll be autograph signings with NFL players, a tented Rush Zone for kids, a video projection in front of Macy’s, photo op...Read More
Online, by Kevin Armstrong
Jim Cassella, mayor of East Rutherford, sits in a conference room on the second floor of his borough’s municipal building, and recalls watching the first Super Bowl on a black-and-white television at his family’s home on Randolph Ave.\n...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by JOSH DAWSEY
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.—Blue-and-yellow banners, flashy billboards and advertisements heralding the Super Bowl flank Manhattan\'s busiest streets. But in East Rutherford, N.J., where the big game is being played, they are nowhere to be seen....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JAIMIE JULIA WINTERS
Hudson Reporter, by Art Schwartz
There will be music. There will be food. There will be activities for all ages among the many pre-game events leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII.\n\nRead more: Hudson Reporter - Tailgatin Secaucus and East Rutherford jointly announce Super Bowl pre game fest...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Josh Dawsey
Cindy Fox, known as \"The Naked Cowgirl,\" usually wears her red, white and blue bikini and a brimmed hat to sing and play guitar in Times Square, one of the world\'s busiest intersections....Read More
Jersey Journal, by Amy Kuperinsky/The Star-Ledger
nbcnewyork.com, by David Porter
Officials from two towns near MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local economy during the days leading up to next ...Read More
Web, by Christie Duffy
Three days of outdoor entertainment and a pregame party to help promote New Jersey...Read More
NJ.com, by Joseph R. Vena
Secaucus and neighboring East Rutherford, the home of this years’ big game, are facing off againt New York in an effort to attract more than just football fans to events they’ve planned for Super Bowl weekend.\n\nJoined by Axiom Communications founder Ron...Read More
The Record, by John Brennan
East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella celebrated on Monday his borough’s plans for a Meadowlands Tailgate Party on Feb. 2 — while also bemoaning what he said was a lack of recognition for his town by the National Football League as the Super Bowl host that...Read More
NJ.com, by Joseph R. Vena
Secaucus and neighboring East Rutherford, the home of this year’s big game, are facing off against New York in an effort to attract more than just football fans to events they’ve planned for Super Bowl weekend.\n\nJoined by Axiom Communications founder Ro...Read More
BIZBASH, by Beth Kormanik
1. WHY THE DETROIT AUTO SHOW MUST BE PERFECT: This year’s North American International Auto Show, the preeminent auto show in the country, is a chance to show that the bankrupt city is making a comeback. New York Times: “The auto show has historically bee...Read More
www.courierpostonline.com, by David Porter Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD — Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local economy in t...Read More
NJ.com, by Joseph R. Vena/The Jersey Journal
Secaucus and neighboring East Rutherford, the home of this year’s big game, are facing off against New York in an effort to attract more than just football fans to events they’ve planned for Super Bowl weekend....Read More
Jersey Journal, by The Jersey Journal
Super Bowl XLVIII is now less than three weeks away and details and final plans are being made by organizers to have the extravaganza go off without a hitch, down to the last detail....Read More
The New York Times, by Barron, James
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Tailgating will not be permitted in the parking lot at MetLife Stadium before the Super Bowl, so officials from this town — the very town in which the stadium is situated — called a news conference with officials from the neighbori...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella celebrated on Monday his borough’s plans for a Meadowlands Tailgate Party on Feb. 2 — while also bemoaning what he said was a lack of recognition for his town by the National Football League as the Super Bowl host that...Read More
nbcnewyork.com, by David Porter
Officials from two towns near MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local economy during the days leading up to next ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Meghan Grant
Come Super Bowl Sunday, East Rutherford and Secaucus are ready to party. Sponsors, officials and Garden State celebrities came out on Monday afternoon, Jan. 13, in East Rutherford to formally announce the Meadowlands Tailgate Party 2014....Read More
NJ.com, by Reena Rose Sibayan
Secaucus Councilman Gary Jeffas, left, and East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella answer questions from reporters during a press conference held in East Rutherford on Jan. 13, 2013, to announce the Meadowlands Tailgate Party 2014 that will take place in Eas...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local econom...Read More
NJ.com, by Amy Kuperinsky
Today James Cassella, the mayor of East Rutherford, stood in front of the train tracks near Park Avenue with other local officials and expressed his disappointment with the Super Bowl....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella celebrated on Monday his borough’s plans for a Meadowlands Tailgate Party on Feb. 2 — while also bemoaning what he said was a lack of recognition for his town by the National Football League as the Super Bowl host that...Read More
The Record, by John Brennan
East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella celebrated on Monday his borough’s plans for a Meadowlands Tailgate Party on Feb. 2 — while also bemoaning what he said was a lack of recognition for his town by the National Football League as the Super Bowl host that...Read More
NJ.com, by Amy Kuperinsky
Today James Cassella, the mayor of East Rutherford, stood in front of the train tracks near Park Avenue with other local officials and expressed his disappointment with the Super Bowl. ...Read More
The New York Times, by James Barron
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Tailgating will not be permitted in the parking lot at MetLife Stadium before the Super Bowl, so officials from this town — the very town in which the stadium is situated — called a news conference with officials from the neighbori...Read More
Enquirer Herald, by David Porter
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local econom...Read More
The Republic (IN), by David Porter
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey — Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local ...Read More
www.courierpostonline.com, by David Porter
EAST RUTHERFORD — Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local economy in t...Read More
My Fox NY, by Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Two New Jersey towns within miles of MetLife Stadium have announced their plans to draw visitors before next month\'s Super Bowl....Read More
abclocal.go.com, by David Porter
EAST RUTHERFORD -- Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local economy dur...Read More
, by NJ12
EAST RUTHERFORD - New Jerseyans are feeling left out when it comes to publicity surrounding the Super Bowl, which primarily touts the game as a New York City event.\nEast Rutherford Mayor James Cassella says he\'s offended that the NFL seems to be leaving...Read More
The Republic (IN), by David Porter
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey — Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local ...Read More
NJ.com, by Amy Kuperinsky
Today James Cassella, the mayor of East Rutherford, stood in front of the train tracks near Park Avenue with other local officials and expressed his disappointment with the Super Bowl. ...Read More
New Jersey Monthly, by Allen St. John
As New Jersey prepares to host the biggest single sporting event on Earth, experts on traffic, security, electric power and foul weather huddle to make sure no one drops the ball on Super Bowl Sunday. ...Read More
Group Tour Magazine, by Group Tour Media
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The Super Bowl, the annual and much anticipated NFL championship game, may still be a few weeks away, but preparations have been underway in East Rutherford for months. The first ever outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl will bring nea...Read More
The Republic (IN), by David Porter
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey — Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local ...Read More
NJ.com, by Amy Kuperinsky
Today James Cassella, the mayor of East Rutherford, stood in front of the train tracks near Park Avenue with other local officials and expressed his disappointment with the Super Bowl....Read More
NJ.com, by Joseph R. Vena/The Jersey Journal
Secaucus and neighboring East Rutherford, the home of this year’s big game, are facing off against New York in an effort to attract more than just football fans to events they’ve planned for Super Bowl weekend....Read More
NJ.com, by Reena Sabayan
Secaucus Councilman Gary Jeffas, left, and East Rutherford Mayor James Cassella answer questions from reporters during a press conference held in East Rutherford on Jan. 13, 2013, to announce the Meadowlands Tailgate Party 2014 that will take place in Eas...Read More
njmonthly.com, by Allen St John
For a few hours on February 2, Frank Supovitz will be the most powerful man in America. He isn’t worth billions, and he doesn’t carry nuclear launch codes in his briefcase. It’s just that virtually everyone in the country, including the President of the U...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Meghan Grant
Come Super Bowl Sunday, East Rutherford and Secaucus are ready to party. Sponsors, officials and Garden State celebrities came out on Monday afternoon, Jan. 13, in East Rutherford to formally announce the Meadowlands Tailgate Party 2014....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Joseph R. Vena/The Jersey Journal
Secaucus and neighboring East Rutherford, the home of this years’ big game, are facing off againt New York in an effort to attract more than just football fans to events they’ve planned for Super Bowl weekend....Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local econom...Read More
My Fox NY, by AP
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - Two New Jersey towns within miles of MetLife Stadium have announced their plans to draw visitors before next month\'s Super Bowl.\n\nOfficials from East Rutherford and Secaucus outlined their plans Monday at an event in East R...Read More
news12.com
EAST RUTHERFORD - New Jerseyans are feeling left out when it comes to publicity surrounding the Super Bowl, which primarily touts the game as a New York City event.\n\nEast Rutherford Mayor James Cassella says he\'s offended that the NFL seems to be leav...Read More
abclocal.go.com, by David Porter
EAST RUTHERFORD -- Officials from two towns in the shadows of MetLife Stadium announced plans Monday for outdoor festivals that they will hope will attract some of the estimated $500 million in economic activity expected to flow into the local economy du...Read More
South Berganite, by Meghan Grant
With less than three months to go until Super Bowl XLVIII arrives at MetLife Stadium, regional municipalities are formalizing their game plans for the big game. With money tight, some are opting to run more conservative plays than initially envisioned, wh...Read More
The Denver Post, by David Porter
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J.—The Vince Lombardi Trophy will be awarded in just under three months\' time, but the competition has already begun in earnest for a more lucrative prize.\nA slice of the estimated half-billion dollars in economic activity expected to...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by CHRISTOPHER MAAG
To lure Super Bowl tourists to Hackensack, the city\'s leaders plan to build a snowy hill for inner-tubing in the center of town. Secaucus will use food trucks and a beer garden. East Rutherford may create a miniature Mardi Gras....Read More
The Record, by CHRISTOPHER MAAG
To lure Super Bowl tourists to Hackensack, the city\'s leaders plan to build a snowy hill for inner-tubing in the center of town....Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
Local officials have high hopes for Super Bowl 2014....Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
Jack Groh, director of the NFL’s Environmental Program, won’t say the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium will be the greenest in the game’s history....Read More
Hudson Reporter
On Tuesday, Oct. 29, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) will host a lineup of speakers at its “mDest13: The Pregame Show,” in East Rutherford. The event will feature a panel of mayors from northern New Jersey municipalities....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
The Oct. 1 Official Meadowlands Hugoff now comes with a video to boot....Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
New Jersey\'s “tough guy” image will no doubt be on the minds of some visitors who descend on the region in February for Super Bowl XLVIII....Read More
NJ.com
The Meadowlands Liberty Convention Visitors Bureau, a division of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber, has partnered with Bergen Community College to develop a customized training program titled “Excellence in Visitor Experience.”...Read More
South Berganite, by MEGHAN GRANT
When it comes to the upcoming big game in February, regional business reps and community leaders want to put their best foot forward but are starting with their arms - taking part in the Official Meadowlands Hug event where a pair of locals were crowned b...Read More
nbcnewyork.com, by N/A
Workers in the Meadowlands are starting to get training ahead of the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium, now just four months away. Brian Thompson reports....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MEGHAN GRANT
When it comes to the upcoming big game in February, regional business reps and community leaders want to put their best foot forward but are starting with their arms - taking part in the Official Meadowlands Hug event where a pair of locals were crowned b...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Wednesday update below…...Read More
NJ.com, by Ed Murray
Hug judge Wayne Hasenbalg embraces Ralph Magliocchetti during the Official Meadowlands Hug Off to determine the best hugger to show the world they are ready to embrace football fans from around the world, at Il Villaggio in Carlstadt on Tuesday October, 1...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by BILL ERVOLINO
Be nice, New Jersey!...Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
Visitors who come to the Meadowlands for Super Bowl 2014 might not know where to eat or what to see or how to get around....Read More
news12.com, by N/A
Businesses around the Meadowlands gearing up for the Super Bowl participated in a seminar Friday aimed at perfecting their customer service skills. ...Read More
My Fox NY, by MATT ALVAREZ
Whether you want music or great tasting food for tailgating, hosting an all-out Super Bowl party for the week leading up to the game or for the day of the game might be for you....Read More
successfulmeetings.com, by Alex Palmer
Tyson Compton, president of the Cabell-Huntington Convention and Visitors Bureau, wanted to see some greater traffic of groups coming to the county on the west side of West Virginia. His team had made an aggressive effort of reaching out to meetings group...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by HUGH R. MORLEY
It was called Landmark, but the East Rutherford banquet hall that carved a high profile hosting weddings, corporate events and big-time political fundraisers is a landmark no more, shut down as the result of a tough economy, competitive pressures and a de...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
Super Bowl Sunday at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands is six months away. But behind the scenes, preparations for the big game are already ramping up to a fairly frenetic pace....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MEGHAN GRANT
Many area hotels are booked to capacity for the upcoming Super Bowl, so some Southern Bergen County residents are looking to cash in on the nearly half a million tourists searching for room and board in February by offering their homes for rentals....Read More
South Berganite, by MEGHAN GRANT
So you want to rent your home......Read More
NorthJersey.com, by N/A
Four Meadowlands Liberty region destinations received the first Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) Hospitality Awards for community impact, green practice, guest experience and marketing. Eighteen companies and professionals were n...Read More
South Berganite, by John Saraceno Jr.
People are going to be starved for the experience....Read More
NJBiz, by Jared Kaltwasser
Putting on a Super Bowl takes a lot of help from the business community, and the NFL has been aggressive in signing up firms to serve the hundreds of thousands of visitors expected at the event....Read More
NJBiz, by Jared Kaltwasser
Tourism experts say businesses must be ready to welcome both high rollers and penny pinchers when the Super Bowl arrives....Read More
The Record, by Linda Moss
At convention, tout activities for crowds and services for events....Read More
The Star Ledger, by Stacey Jones
Event planners show off, with Super Bowl in mind...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Heather Haddon
The NY/NJ Super Bowl will be played next February in New Jersey....Read More
Mid-Atlantic Events, by N/A
Meadowlands Liberty Region, NJ...Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
Mackie, a performer for Do AC, chats with a visitor at the Big Game Experience in Secaucus, May 22, 2013....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
More than 1,000 visitors came to the Meadowlands Convention Center in Secaucus on Wednesday for “The Big Game Experience.”...Read More
CBS NewYork.com, by N/A
Caterers, DJs, Ice Carvers And More Attended Expo...Read More
NJ.com, by Anthony J. Machcinski
Hundreds of businesses from across the region attended \"The Big Game Experience\" at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, looking to do their best to grab a share of the estimated $500 million revenue expected to be generated by next February\'s Supe...Read More
NJ.com, by Stacy Jones
Corporate event planners with their eye on using the 2014 Super Bowl as an occasion to wine and dine clients were themselves treated to food, drink and live music today at the Big Game Experience at the Meadowlands Exposition Center....Read More
NJBiz, by Mary Ann Bourbeau
Today's Big Game Experience Expo at the Meadowlands Expo Center is a hit in the early going, according to organizers....Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
Businesses looking for opportunities leading up to the Super Bowl will have a showcase for their wares Wednesday....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by VIOREL FLORESCU
Kyle Bradford aka "King Carlos" of Medieval Times at The Big Game Experience. ...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by HEATHER HADDON
The NY/NJ Super Bowl will be played next February in New Jersey. But the game to profit from it is already under way, with two states competing for their share of the riches. ...Read More
CBS NewYork.com, by N/A
Super Bowl Expo Held For Local Businesses Banking On The Big Game...Read More
NJBiz, by Mary Ann Bourbeau
More than 800 tickets have been sold, and nearly 90 percent of exhibit booth spaces taken, for The Big Game Experience on Wednesday at the Meadowlands Expo Center....Read More
Smart Meetings, by N/A
The Big Game Experience on Wednesday, May 22, at the Meadowlands Expo Center in Secaucus, N.J., is designed to offer planners a chance to learn about meeting space in the region prior to the 2014 Super Bowl. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by N/A
North Jersey Media Group (NJMG) announced it will sponsor The Big Game Experience, a preview of the entertainment options surrounding the 2014 Big Game at the Meadowlands, on Wednesday, May 22, at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by N/A
The Big Game Experience has launched a web site at www.thebiggameexperience.com featuring a calendar of all open-to-the-public pre-Super Bowl events in the Meadowlands Liberty Region of New Jersey, and a resource index for professionals planning anything ...Read More
EventsMagazine.com, by N/A
Trade Show / Convention...Read More
NJBiz, by Mary Ann Bourbeau
Meadowlands Regional Chamber unveiled a website Thursday for business owners interested in planning on hosting or attending events related to the upcoming February Super Bowl, taking place in MetLife Stadium, in East Rutherford....Read More
Patch.com, by Jim Leggate
Westwood is planning to hold events to attract Super Bowl visitors next year. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Another alert for Meadowlands-area small businesses – and another reminder that if you haven’t even thought about Super Bowl week yet, you’re falling further and further behind): A new website has launched that will feature a calendar of pre-Super Bowl ev...Read More
NJBiz, by Joe Arney
Westfield Garden State Plaza, in Paramus, has signed on as the title sponsor for The Big Game Experience, an event hosted by the Meadowlands Regional Chamber and Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau, according to an announcement....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
For the first time in years, there will be no “NFL Experience” at the Super Bowl when the title contest comes to the Meadowlands on Feb. 2. ...Read More
NJ.com, by Peggy McGlone
It will be a $100 million event at MetLife Stadium, thanks to 125,000 fans buying tickets, beer, merchandise, meals, hotel rooms and everything else that makes up the biggest event of the year in the high-profile sport....Read More
Smart Meetings, by N/A
The MLCVB is putting its best foot forward in anticipation of hosting Super Bowl XLVIII next year by inviting meeting planners to check out the goods on May 22 during a special event......Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
Observers watching WrestleMania with an eye to Super Bowl impact...Read More
ExhibitorOnline.com, by Marjorie Kaplan
The big New York/New Jersey Super Bowl 2014 news is THE BIG GAME EXPERIENCE, an invaluable showcase of destination and event resources in the Meadowlands region for organizations interested in reaching prospective sources for Super Bowl 2014 business oppo...Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
FOR NEW JERSEY tourism leaders, the challenge of hosting a two-state Super Bowl next year only became more apparent after visiting New Orleans during the big game....Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
For New Jersey tourism leaders, the challenge of hosting a two-state Super Bowl next year only became more apparent after visiting New Orleans last week....Read More
NJBiz, by Jared Kaltwasser
16W gets firms focused on opportunity within reason...Read More
The Record, by Tara Sullivan
Cold-weather game a daunting challenge...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by TARA SULLIVAN
Early this afternoon, Governor Christie will make his way to the famed New Orleans building Gallier Hall, ascend a Vince Lombardi Mardi Gras float, and take a handoff from this year’s Super Bowl host committee members, the symbolic passing of the torch fr...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by N/A
The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) and the Meadowlands Regional Chamber announced today that on May 22 they will host “The Big Game Experience,” a showcase of destination and event resources in the Meadowlands region for organi...Read More
NJBiz, by Josh Burd
New Jersey has landed several manjor events and assignments for next year\'s joint Super Bowl with New York, including Media Day, the first official public event of the week leading up to the championship game, and hotel lodging for the two teams that wil...Read More
NJBiz, by N/A
The 100 most powerful people in New Jersey business...Read More
NJBiz, by N/A
Neither the Jets nor the Giants made this year\'s Super Bowl - or the playoffs, for that matter - but that doesn\'t mean New Jersey won\'t have a team down in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVIL....Read More
NJ.com, by Stacy Jones
It was the blue and white hand-knit and -crocheted scarves worn by all 8,000 Indianapolis Super Bowl volunteers that made last year’s game so memorable for Jim Kirkos....Read More
The Star Ledger, by Stacy Jones
It was the blue and white hand-knit and -crocheted scarves worn by all 8,000 Indianapolis Super Bowl volunteers that made last year\'s game so memorable for Jim Kirkos....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by HUGH R. MORLEY
An artisan bread factory in Carlstadt is up and running again but needs a $2 million loan to replace four ovens destroyed by floodwater....Read More
The Record, by HUGH R. MORLEY
As some Meadowlands firm scramble to rebuild, others are lost forever....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by KELLY NICHOLAIDES
The developer of American Dream and the Jets and the Giants have reached a compromise on a battle over the expansion of the project and Sunday openings, according to the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce president....Read More
South Berganite, by KELLY NICHOLAIDES
The developer of American Dream and the Jets and the Giants have reached a compromise on a battle over the expansion of the project and Sunday openings, according to the Meadowlands Champer of Commerce president. ...Read More
USA Today, by Jonathan Trager
Twenty-five destination-marketing organizations (DMOs) have received first-time or renewed accreditation from the estination Marketing Accreditation Program (DMAP), bringing the total number to 153....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by KELLY NICHOLAIDES
The developer of American Dream and the Jets and the Giants have reached a compromise on a battle over the expansion of the project and Sunday openings, according to the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce president....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Vanessa Cruz, Dean DeChiaro, Adriana Rambay Fernández, Amanda Palasciano, Al Sullivan, and E. Assata Wright
Hudson County\'s most influential – 2012...Read More
NJ.com, by Eunice Lee
American Dream Meadowlands — a long stalled tourist mall project that\'s infamous for its garish current exterior — may finally get some action, The Bergen Record reports....Read More
NJBiz, by N/A
New Jersey\'s top Chambers of Commerce...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Adriana Rambay Fernández Reporter
Some have a few rooms left; local residents’ apartments available...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Adriana Rambay Fernández
New web site offers Meadowlands travel packages...Read More
Jersey Journal, by Ana Ferrer
Businesses in the Meadowlands are looking for more information on how to cash in on the throngs of fans planning on coming to the region for the 2014 Super Bowl...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Diane Herbst
Earlier this year, Montclair was chosen as one of a handful of official places to visit by the host committee of Super Bowl XLVIII, to be played at the Meadowlands in 2014. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MARY DIDUCH
For John Yessis, head of the catering department at Il Villaggio in Carlstadt, booking the 50 to 60 gatherings the event hall hosts during the holidays has proved easier in 2012 than in the last few years....Read More
Jersey Journal, by Ana Ferrer
Super Bowl XLVIII, scheduled to be played at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford in February 2014, is creating a lot of buzz. But it\'s not just NFL fans who are preparing for the big game -- it\'s businesses looking to cash in on the throngs of visitors t...Read More
NJToday.net, by Mike Schneider
Mike Schneider of NJ Today interviews Jim Kirkos regarding the state of the Meadowlands after Superstorm Sandy....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Meghan Grant
From Superstorm Sandy to the 2014 Superbowl- the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau invited organizers from the 2013 Superbowl host city of New Orleans to show local business leaders how they can bounce back and still harness the advantage...Read More
South Berganite, by Meghan Grant
From Superstorm Sandy to the 2014 Superbowl- the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau invited organizers from the 2013 Superbowl host city New Orleans to show local business leaders how they can bounce back....Read More
The Record, by Mary Diduch
The MLCVB launched a tool on its that lets visitors design and purchase their own discount package travel itineraries....Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Heather Haddon
Dealing with Sandy\'s damage to the Jersey Shore\'s lucrative tourism economy has become nearly as big a challenge of rebranding as much as rebuilding....Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Heather Haddon
Dealing with Sandy\'s damage to the Jersey Shore\\\'s lucrative tourism economy has become nearly as big a challenge of rebranding as it is of rebuilding....Read More
NJBiz, by NJBIZ
North Jersey tourism leaders are rolling out a new online package builder, hoping to attract new visitors while encouraging coordination among the region’s attractions and businesses that support the industry....Read More
NJBiz, by NJBIZ
North Jersey tourism leaders are rolling out a new online package builder, hoping to attract new visitors while encouraging coordination among the region’s attractions and businesses that support the industry....Read More
NJBiz, by Beth Fitzgerald
Experts urge the local tourism community not to be unrealistic when it comes to setting expectations for the amount of business they will receive when the Super Bowl comes to the Meadowlands in 2014....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Less than two weeks after the first steel began rising at the site of a new $85 million grandstand for The Meadowlands Racetrack, the outline of the facility is beginning to take shape....Read More
The Record, by John Brennan
North Jersey small businesses need to become well educated about social media if they are to maximize their chances of profiting from the Meadowlands Super Bowl on Feb. 2, 2014, leaders from the 2012 and 2013 Super Bowls said Monday....Read More
nbcnewyork.com, by Brian Thompson
Even as the recovery from Sandy continues, many in the tourism industry are looking at ways they can bounce back after waves from negative images have gone out across the world. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
If you’re an owner of a restaurant or a banquet or catering hall in North Jersey, you may already have gotten overtures from longtime clients about using your facilities throughout the week before the Feb. 2, 2014 Meadowlands Super Bowl....Read More
Individual.com, by John Brennan
North Jersey small businesses need to become well educated about social media if they are to maximize their chances of profiting from the Feb. 2, 2014 Meadowlands Super Bowl, leaders from the 2012 and 2013 Super Bowls said Monday....Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
The attention brought by the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium could propel the state toward recovery from Hurricane Sandy....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
North Jersey small businesses need to become well educated about social media if they are to maximize their chances of profiting from the Feb. 2, 2014 Meadowlands Super Bowl, leaders from the 2012 and 2013 Super Bowls said Monday....Read More
NJBiz, by Beth Fitzgerald
Gearing up for the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium in Secaucus, even as the state\'s businesses recover from Hurricane Sandy, was the subject of Mdest12, North Jersey\'s travel and tourism conference, presented today by the Meadowlands Liberty Conventi...Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau is hosting a conference for business owners who want to plan for the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium....Read More
The Record, by N/A
Superstorm Sandy left thousands of businesses flooded or powerless, or both....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by N/A
Superstorm Sandy left thousands of businesses flooded or powerless, or both. Those with power, especially hotels and restaurants, had to turn people away. Here\'s a look at how some North Jersey businesses and sectors coped with the storm and its aftermat...Read More
The Star Ledger, by Stacy Jones
To thousands of the state\'s smallest businesses, the paperwork, phone calls and assessments that come after a natural disaster can be a minefield....Read More
NJ.com, by Stacy Jones
To thousands of the state\'s smallest businesses, the paperwork, phone calls and assessments that come after a natural disaster can be a minefield....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by N/A
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber and the Meadowlands Liberty CVB on Nov. 5 opened a hotline for Greater Meadowlands area businesses affected by the recent hurricane.\n...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Sandy has claimed one Meadowlands region event already: mdest12: The Destination Conversation scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed until Monday, Nov. 19....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Gavin
With Super Bowl XLVIII just 15 months away, local businesses are devising ways to entice visitors to spend money locally in February 2014, when MetLife Stadium hosts the first modern-era NFL championship outdoors in a cold-weather environment....Read More
BusinessWeek.com, by John Gavins
With the Meadowlands Super Bowl just 15 months away, local businesses are devising ways to entice visitors to spend money locally in February 2014....Read More
NJBiz, by Jared Kaltwasser
The 2014 super bowl is expected to bring some $550 million to the New York/New Jersey region in 2014, and with just 15 months until kickoff, local economic development agencies are working to ensure that a good portion of that economic activity comes to t...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Adriana Rambay Fernández
Some have a few rooms left; local residents’ apartments available...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by N/A
The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) on Oct. 30 from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. will host “mdest12: The Destination Conversation,” the region’s premier destination industry conference at the Sheraton Meadowlands in East Rutherford....Read More
NJBiz, by Jared Kaltwasser
The 2014 Super Bowl is expected to bring some $550 million to the New York/New Jersey region in 2014, and with just 15 months until kickoff, local economic development agencies are working to ensure that a good portion of that economic activity comes to t...Read More
The Record, by Linda Moss
Local business advised on trade at Meadowlands event....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by LINDA MOSS
New Jersey companies looking to export goods need to do their homework about the global markets they want to enter, turn to the state and experts for help, and be willing to hop on a jet to make contacts in the countries where they want to do business....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Diane Herbst
Montclair was chosen as an official place to visit by the host committee of Super Bowl XLVIII, one of a handful of North Jersey towns and cities....Read More
The Star Ledger, by Karen Rouse
Construction visible for Super Bowl 2014...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by KAREN ROUSE
Unless construction on a Route 3 widening project is accelerated — at a cost that could add $10 million to its $156 million price-tag — the road could be lined with cranes and orange-striped barrels when the Super Bowl comes to town in 2014....Read More
NJ.com, by N/A
New Jersey doesn\'t plan to spend more money to complete construction in time for the 2014 Super Bowl on a major road leading to MetLife Stadium....Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce called for expanded bus service and improvements to major roads at a summit that gathered the top transportation officials in the state this morning....Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
The state has made transportation planning a top priority as the Meadowlands region prepares to host the Super Bowl and other world-class events in the coming years, a panel of top-level officials said today....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by RICHARD NEWMAN
One of the region\'s largest developers says a 154-room Residence Inn by Marriott under construction in the Harmon Meadow complex in Secaucus will be ready in time to provide lodging for fans attending the 2014 Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium....Read More
The Record, by RICHARD NEWMAN
With the hotel, Harmon Meadow will have 1,300 rooms....Read More
Hudson Reporter
Preparations are underway to get northern New Jersey ready to host the 2014 Super Bowl – slated to be the biggest in history. New York and New Jersey are co-hosting the event together....Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by HEATHER HADDON
A true battle between New York and New Jersey is heating up over 2014 Super Bowl business, as both states vie to host the hundreds of events surrounding the biggest sporting event of the year....Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by EATHER HADDON
New York, New Jersey Officials Lining Up Venues for Sideshows to February 2014 Football Game...Read More
NJBiz, by Jim Kirkos
America\'s favorite spectator sport and American Dream Meadowlands are a natural....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Panel now has Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce chief Jim Kirkos and spokesman Ron Simoncini, who said at times he had to leave the room because he was so frustrated to be hearing the same discussions he’s been hearing for years....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MEGAN BURROW
Emergency services personnel, elected officials, business leaders and representatives from public utilities gathered last week at Bergen Community College in Paramus to discuss how best to prepare for and respond to emergencies....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MEGAN BURROW
Emergency services personnel, elected officials, business leaders and representatives from public utilities gathered last week at Bergen Community College in Paramus to discuss how best to prepare for and respond to emergencies....Read More
melodika.net, by N/A
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber honored 13 of the region\'s leading professionals in business for their contributions to the Chamber and the greater Meadowlands community. ...Read More
Paramus Post, by mel fabrikant
Chamber Head, Jim Kirkos, Receives Special Award for a Decade of Service and his Contribution to the Growth of the 39-year old chamber....Read More
1888pressrelease.com, by N/A
Chamber Head, Jim Kirkos, Receives Special Award for a Decade of Service and his Contribution to the Growth of the 39-year old chamber....Read More
Patch.com, by Maxim Almenas
After learning about tapping into resources, critical infrastructure, and lessons learned from recent natural disasters, business owners brushed up on preserving data, business continuity, and having the right insurance before disaster strikes. ...Read More
BusinessWeek.com, by Knight Ridder
Area businesses get tips on how to survive the next big one....Read More
Patch.com, by Ann Piccirillo
Disaster Preparedness Conference unites government officials, utilities, and leaders of business organizations in Bergen County. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MARY DIDUCH
Area businesses get tips on how to survive the next big one....Read More
Bergen.com, by Hugh Morley
Soon after Jim Kirkos took the helm of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce in 2002, he confronted the thorny issue of its troubled relations with the environmental community....Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold a disaster preparedness conference for local businesses on Tuesday, aimed at helping them minimize the impact of storms and other emergencies on their operation. ...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Vanessa Cruz
Businesses network for upcoming SuperBowl, WrestleMania, Grand Prix...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by South Bergenite
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber is presenting a Disaster Preparedness Conference in partnership with the Bergen County Executive\'s Office and the Bergen County Office of Emergency Management to assist local businesses in developing a business continuity...Read More
Brokers Weekly, by Al Barbarino
Homeowners to compete with hotels when Formula One comes to New Jersey....Read More
NJ.com, by Myles Ma
A community group is trying to paint Bergen County as a tourist destination....Read More
Patch.com, by Maxim Almenas
A deeper look at the birth of an economic development program designed to make Bergen County a better tourist destination....Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
How many more cars will the American Dream Meadowlands site put on the road once it\'s open?...Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
How many more cars will the American Dream Meadowlands site put on the road once it\'s open?...Read More
NJBiz, by Melinda Caliendo
For the small geographical footprint of New Jersey, the variety of ways a tourist can spend a visit to the Garden State is diverse....Read More
WPLJ.com, by N/A
The Meadowlands Liberty region has all of the ingredients for indoor and outdoor fun - the world's most spectacular sports and entertainment, America's most historic landmarks, fabulous dining, miles of nature trails and much, much more......Read More
Paramus Post, by Mel Fabrikant
Area Tourism Community Gives Help to Those in Need...Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
Christie's 'CEO of fun' relishes work of making N.J. a destination for sports...Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
Christie's ‘CEO of fun' relishes work of making N.J. a destination for sports...Read More
CBS NewYork.com, by N/A
Preparation for the big game at MetLife Stadium is under way....Read More
miamiherald.com, by Jim Varsallone
WWE in the Community during WrestleMania Week Miami...Read More
Union City Reporter - Online, by Ray Smith Reporter
Hoboken Councilwoman Jennifer Giattino, Health and Human Services Director Leo Pellegrini, and Parking Utility Planner Ryan Sharp took a trip to Indianapolis, Ind. just before the Super Bowl earlier this month in order to network and get Hoboken on the Na...Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua, Burd,
GOV. CHRIS CHMSTIE officially announced Feb. 16 that WWE's WrestleMania will come to MetLife Stadium next year, bringing to New Jersey an event that has generated more than $200 million in economic activity to its recent host regions. The event will be h...Read More
Hudson Reporter - Online
by Ray Smith Reporter staff writer Hudson Reporter Feb 19, 2012 | 508 views | 0 | 4 The Super Bowl is coming to New Jersey in 2014, and Hoboken wants to be part of the action. Hoboken Councilwoman Jennifer Giattino, Health and Human Services Directo...Read More
Hudson Reporter - Online
Hoboken Councilwoman Jennifer Giattino, Health and Human Services Director Leo Pellegrini, and Parking Utility Planner Ryan Sharp took a trip to Indianapolis, Ind. just before the Super Bowl earlier this month in order to network and get Hoboken on the Na...Read More
Hudson Reporter - Online
by Ray Smith Reporter staff writer Hudson Reporter Feb 19, 2012 | 508 views | 0 | 4 The Super Bowl is coming to New Jersey in 2014, and Hoboken wants to be part of the action. Hoboken Councilwoman Jennifer Giattino, Health and Human Services Directo...Read More
The Record, by JOHN BRENNAN
MetLife Stadium will be the site of WrestleMania XXIX on April 7, 2013......Read More
The Star Ledger, by Jorge Castillo
Paul Levesque, known in professional wrestling circles as \"Hunter Hearst Helmsley\" or \"Triple H,\" placed mock championship belts on the shoulders of John Mara and Woody Johnson......Read More
app.com, by Michael Symons
Gov. Chris Christie holds a news conference at MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford to announce that WWE’s WrestleMania will be held there next year....Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Associated Press
WrestleMania is coming to MetLife Stadium in 2013....Read More
www.courierpostonline.com, by TOM CANAVAN
EAST RUTHERFORD — WrestleMania is coming to MetLife Stadium in 2013....Read More
abclocal.go.com, by TOM CANAVAN
EAST RUTHERFORD -- WrestleMania is coming to MetLife Stadium in 2013. ...Read More
sportsillustrated.cnn.com, by Admin
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - WrestleMania is coming to MetLife Stadium in 2013....Read More
bleacherreport.com, by Admin
It is a big day for Vince McMahon and WWE. In addition to being just three days before the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view, a press conference is being held in New Jersey for what is believed to be the announcement of WrestleMania 29. ...Read More
twnpnews.com, by Marc Middleton
WWE has announced that MetLife Stadium will play host to WrestleMania next year....Read More
blogs.poughkeepsiejournal.com, by philstrum
Among the best news I have heard in a while came across courtesy of a non-wrestling fan scanning the Associated Press wire on Wednesday in my office....Read More
whatculture.com, by Matt Holmes
WWE has announced that WrestleMania 29 will take place at the MetLife Staidum in New Jersey, with the event taking place on Sunday April 7th, 2013....Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
Gov. Chris Christie officially announced today that WWE\'s Wrestlemania will come to MetLife Stadium next year, bringing to New Jersey an event that has generated more than $200 million in economic activity to its recent host regions....Read More
abclocal.go.com, by Admin
Darla Miles has the details on the WWE\'s decision...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
MetLife Stadium will be the site of WrestleMania XXIX on April 7, 2013, Governor Christie announced Thursday at a press conference at the Giants’ and Jets’ joint home....Read More
NJ.com, by Jorge Castillo
Paul Levesque, known in professional wrestling circles as \"Hunter Hearst Helmsley\" or \"Triple H,\" placed mock championship belts on the shoulders of John Mara and Woody Johnson, then raised their arms in triumph. ...Read More
NJBiz, by Sharon Waters
New Jersey has lured WWE\'s WrestleMania event to MetLife Stadium, and Gov. Chris Christie will make an announcement about the April 2013 event Thursday at the sports complex, NJBIZ has learned....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Admin
NJBiz.com posted news this afternoon that \"New Jersey has lured WWE\'s WrestleMania event to MetLife Stadium, and Gov. Chris Christie will make an announcement about the April 2013 event Thursday at the sports complex.\"...Read More
The Washington Post, by Associated Press
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — WrestleMania is coming to MetLife Stadium in 2013....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by ASSOCIATED PRESS
EAST RUTHERFORD — WrestleMania is coming to MetLife Stadium in 2013....Read More
miamiherald.com, by Jim Varsallone
Press conference with Cena, Giants, Jets, McMahon, The Rock...Read More
slam.canoe.ca, by MATT BISHOP
For the fourth time, WrestleMania is headed outdoors. ...Read More
1045theteam.com, by Scott Blaine
If you have seen some past blogs or know me personally, you know that I am a huge professional wrestling fan! Grew up on it in the days of Hulk Hogan and Rowdy Roddy Piper and it’s carried on since then! Anytime a wrestling event comes to the area, you ...Read More
news12.com, by Admin
WWE\'s 29th Wrestlemania is set to take place at MetLife stadium in April of 2013....Read More
Brokers Weekly, by Liana Grey
If it wasn\'t enough that his team lost this year\'s Super Bowl, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has taken flak for trading his Boston townhome for an eight-bedroom......Read More
NJBiz, by Jim Kirkos
By perpetuating the myth that New Jersey has mismanaged the Meadowlands Sports Complex, your recent editorial referencing practices at the Izod Center only exacerbates the difficulties the state faces......Read More
NorthJersey.com, by DANIEL O'KEEFE
All eyes were on Indianapolis Sunday as the New York Giants and the New England Patriots fought it out for the Vince Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl XLVI. But back home in New Jersey, even as people celebrate the Giants’ last minute 21-17 win, local officia...Read More
RecordOnline.com, by Judy Rife
Port Authority and New Jersey officials used Sunday’s Super Bowl to highlight some private-sector investments to be made at Newark Liberty International Airport to accommodate the game when it is held at Meadowlands Stadium in 2014....Read More
NJBiz, by Katie Eder
As Super Bowl travelers head home, Meadowlands officials are starting to put their notes from Indianapolis in action, as they prepare for MetLife Stadium to host the big game in 2014....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Adriana Rambay Fernández
Region readies for 150,000 visitors to local Super Bowl...Read More
southflorida.sun-sentinel.com, by Craig Davis
Despite deficiencies at sun life stadium, officials hopeful in quest for commemorative 2016 game...Read More
NJ.com, by Admin
This is a necessary and factual response to Kate Slevin and Janna Chernetz because they have once again demonstrated that their organization, Tri-State Transportation Campaign, needs to get caught up on the facts (“Meadowlands ‘Dream,’ ” Jan. 27). ...Read More
The Record, by Kathleen Lynn
Giants\' Super Bowl run boosts local economy...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
This year’s Super Bowl is in Indianapolis, but two New Jersey executives are on hand this weekend to bring a little taste of the 2014 game to the city....Read More
IBJ.com, by Anthony Schoettle
When it comes to hosting big events, it wouldn’t appear Indianapolis would have anything to teach New York and New Orleans....Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
The Star-Ledger recently sat down with Al Kelly, the CEO of Super Bowl XLVIII, which will be played in 2014 in the Meadowlands. ...Read More
IBJ.com, by Anthony Schoettle
When it comes to hosting big events, it wouldn’t appear Indianapolis would have anything to teach New York and New Orleans....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
New Jersey\'s Super Bowl may be two years away, but the Meadowlands host committee already has a mountain of details to master and some lofty goals to attain, including a record $50 million in sponsorship money....Read More
The Record, by Admin
INDIANAPOLIS -- New Jersey\'s Super Bowl may be two years away, but the Meadowlands host committee already has a mountain of details to master and some lofty goals to attain, including a record $50 million in sponsorship money. \n\n...Read More
The Star Ledger, by Kevin Manahan
2014 Super Bowl...Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
Folks from the home of the \"New Jersey Giants\" have a lot invested — emotionally and financially — in their long run to the Super Bowl. ...Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
They\'re going to the Super Bowl, but they may not even get to see the game. ...Read More
NJ.com, by The Jersey Journal
Share Email Print\n\nThe New Jersey Business Action Center’s Division of Travel and Tourism has announced that 16 tourism organizations, including a couple in Hudson County, will receive more than $1.4 million in Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) g...Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
A back-and-forth over Meadowlands traffic concerns has played out on the opinion pages of The Star-Ledger and NJ.com over past week. At issue is one question: Is the area prepared for the influx of cars that would come with the American Dream Meadowlands ...Read More
NJ.com, by The Star-Ledger
Jim Kirkos’ reply to our organization’s op-ed about American Dream misses the point (“The traffic reality in the Meadowlands,” Jan. 24). We argue that the developer, Triple Five, has already been given lucrative tax breaks and New Jersey taxpayers should ...Read More
NJ.com, by The Jersey Journal
The New Jersey Business Action Center\'s Division of Travel and Tourism has announced that 16 tourism organizations including a couple in Hudson County will receive more than $1.4 million in Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) grants for tourism mark...Read More
NJ.com, by The Jersey Journal
The New Jersey Business Action Center\'s Division of Travel and Tourism has announced that 16 tourism organizations including a couple in Hudson County will receive more than $1.4 million in Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) grants for tourism mark...Read More
The Star Ledger, by Admin
Jim Kirkos\' reply to our organization\'s op-ed about American Dream misses the point (\"The traffic reality in the Meadowlands,\" Jan. 24). We argue that the developer, Triple Five, has already been given lucrative tax breaks and New Jersey taxpayers sho...Read More
NJ.com, by The Jersey Journal
The New Jersey Business Action Center\'s Division of Travel & Tourism has announced that sixteen tourism organizations -- including a couple in Hudson County -- will receive more than $1.4 million in Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) grants for tou...Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
The president of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce argued in a recent op-ed that traffic concerns raised over the expansion of the American Dream Meadowlands project are vastly overblown....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Admin
The Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce (MRC) has named long-standing executive board member, David Meredith, its new chairman. The Allstate Insurance Agency owner succeeds Stephen Orenchuk of Wells Fargo Advisors who will continue to participate on the board...Read More
The Star Ledger, by Jim Kirkos
American Dream is anything but the road nightmare portrayed in a recent op-ed article in The Star-Ledger....Read More
NJ Sharing Network, by Jim Kirkos
American Dream is anything but the road nightmare portrayed in a recent op-ed article in The Star-Ledger. In fact, it has been and will continue to be a catalyst for enhanced transit and transportation improvements that the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of...Read More
The Record, by Kathleen Lynn
David Meredith of Rutherford, an insurance broker, has been named chairman of the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Admin
The Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce (MRC) announced Tuesday in a statement that it has named its long-standing executive board member, David Meredith, as its new chairperson. The Allstate Insurance Agency owner succeeds Stephen Orenchuk of Wells Fargo Adv...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Kathleen Lynn
David Meredith of Rutherford, an insurance broker, has been named chairman of the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
Governor Christie on Tuesday signed into law a bill allowing state residents to bet on professional and college sports at the state’s racetracks and casinos — even though a federal law prohibits New Jersey and 45 other states from offering any such gambli...Read More
nreionline.com, by Betsy Kraat
DMR Architects has completed architectural and construction administration services at New Jersey Meadowlands Commission’s (NJMC) River Barge Park in Carlstadt, N.J....Read More
NJBiz, by Admin
In a time where any business growth can be hard to come by, the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce said its membership continued to rise in 2011......Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
A public comment period on the environmental impact of the American Dream Meadowlands project has been extended by a month, to Jan....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Adriana Rambay Fernández, Stephen LaMarca, Gennarose Pope, Ray Smith, Al Sullivan, and E. Assata Wright
The Reporter has compiled a list of the top 50 most influential movers and shakers of Hudson County, from top political officials to local bloggers and activists. Encompassing a breadth of categories from politics to the arts, the individuals yield tremen...Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by N/A
Kirkos is a voice for business growth and tourism in the Meadowlands Region as chief executive of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce......Read More
Paramus Post, by Mel Fabrikant
Hartz Mountain Industries finished up the year strong by recently leasing an additional 28,000 square feet to the Children’s Place to expand its national headquarters to 169,000 sq. feet at 500 Plaza Drive in Secaucus. The children’s clothing and accesso...Read More
The Record, by JOHN BRENNAN
Plans to add casinos irks N.J. gaming supporters...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo endorsed a plan Wednesday to build several more casinos in that state — an announcement that both impressed and frustrated New Jersey supporters of expanding gaming to North Jersey....Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
In a time where any business growth can be hard to come by, the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce said its membership continued to rise in 2011....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN A. GAVIN
About 50 bird watchers who regularly scan the Meadowlands for wildlife used Sunday’s mild weather to enjoy the ducks and herons that frequent the area....Read More
NJ.com, by Rose Duger
The shortest day of the year was long on activities at the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, where area residents gathered last week to mark the winter solstice. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
As Mall of America heads into its 20th year in Bloomington, Minn., how has the nation\'s largest shopping and entertainment center affected the local community?...Read More
Patch.com, by Patch Staff
Select group of Fort Lee middle school students helped out at New Jersey Apartment Association event at Meadowlands Expo Center this week ...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Admin
In the year since taking over the financially-troubled Meadowlands Hospital Medical Center, the new administration has increased patient volume in each department, substantially updated medical equipment, increased the number of employees to 800 and attra...Read More
The Secaucus Reporter, by Admin
'State of the Hospital' address marks Meadowlands Hospital's first year...Read More
TheAlternativePress.com, by James Kirkos
New Jersey’s focus on repositioning itself to attract new business investment has come a long way in the last two years. That is why I am urging the Senate to pass the Market Competition and Consumer Choice Act (S-2664/A-3766), joining the State Assembly,...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by SCOTT FALLON
A velociraptor, a stegosaurus and 29 other full-sized, animated dinosaurs will call Laurel Hill Park home starting next year as officials announced a new science exhibit Sunday that they hope will draw 300,000 annual visitors....Read More
NJBiz, by Gil Medina
As we anxiously await the opening of a world-class retail and entertainment complex at the Meadowlands, it is important to recognize the potential it has to dramatically transform the economies of the region and the state. ...Read More
NJBiz, by Christina Mazza
More than 600 business leaders attended the state Chamber of Commerce\'s 100th Anniversary Gala Cocktail Reception, held at the Palace at Somerset Park....Read More
NJ.com, by S.P. Sullivan
Wednesday marks the second day of public hearings in the latest installment of the Xanadu saga, as the new developers look to tack a theme park and water park onto the massive, brightly-colored complex....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
UPDATE: More than 20 speakers came forward at Tuesday morning’s American Dream Meadowlands hearing. Most enthusiastically backed the planned expansion for a new water park and amusement park, with job creation being the leading reason....Read More
www.wnyc.org, by Bob Hennelly
Supporters of the American Dream Meadowlands project – formerly known as Xanadu – will plead their case this week for the filling of five acres of wetlands to permit the expansion of the stalled project’s footprint to more than three million square feet....Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
The head of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce issued a rallying cry for members to support the American Dream project, which will be the subject of public hearings this week as state officials review the plan\'s environmental impact....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Off today, but my colleague Andrew Tangel has a story for you in The Record here about the possible impact on local businesses should American Dream Meadowlands open as scheduled in 2013....Read More
ENR New York, by JOHN BRENNAN; ANDREW TANGE
Triple Five\'s plans to pay for remaking -- and finishing -- the long-stalled former Xanadu shopping and entertainment complex became clearer Wednesday as the developer outlined how it plans to raise $1.825 billion. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by ANDREW TANGEL
If the developer Triple Five succeeds in pulling together $1.8 billion in financing for the former Xanadu project, the massive shopping and entertainment center could inject a lot more commerce into the Meadowlands....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN AND ANDREW TANGEL
Triple Five’s plans to pay for remaking — and finishing — the long-stalled former Xanadu shopping and entertainment complex became clearer Wednesday as the developer outlined how it plans to raise $1.825 billion....Read More
NJBiz, by Andrew Kitchenman
As CEO of the 2014 Super Bowl host committee, Alfred F. Kelly Jr. is leading the effort to prepare for what he hopes will be the \"greatest event that has even happened in this region and in the country.\"...Read More
Real Estate Rama, by CAHN Communications
Value Companies, Inc., a leading developer, owner and manager of apartment communities entering its milestone 60th year anniversary, was crowned with the prestigious “Management Company of the Year Award” during the 2011 New Jersey Apartment Association’s...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
Former Gov. Christie Whitman and ex-National Football League Commissioner Paul Tagliabue — a Jersey City native — are among nine selections to the 2014 Meadowlands Super Bowl Board of Trustees announced Wednesday....Read More
NJBiz, by Joshua Burd
One of the key principles in Gov. Chris Christie\'s plan to encourage job growth and economic investment in the state is the importance of working in concert with the private sector to chart a sensible course toward growth....Read More
NJBiz
While many of the country\'s convention centers are located in major cities, New Jersey has long maintained balance in attracting conventions to a variety of locations, though experts in each part of the state said they are facing unique challenges as the...Read More
NJBiz, by N/A
While many of the country's convention centers are locate in major cities, New Jersey has long maintained balance in attracting conventions to a variety of locations......Read More
The Star Ledger, by Stacy Jones and Steve Strunsky
To Santi Semprini, the prospect of Formula One race cars roaring past his living room window at more than 100 miles an hour couldn\'t be more inviting....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Adriana Rambay Fernández
The American Dream recreation and entertainment complex on Route 3 in the Meadowlands, formerly known as the Xanadu project, is in motion. The New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority approved plans two weeks ago for indoor water and amusement parks and...Read More
Real Estate Weekly NJ, by Real Estate Weekly
Two major makeovers could help create a \'suburban Times Square\' just off Route 3 in New Jersey....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by South Bergenite
Alfred Kelly, CEO of the 2014 Super Bowl Host committee was the keynote speaker for mdest at the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau\'s (MLCVB) annual travel and tourism conference at Teterboro Airport. Kelly represented the Meadowlands Lib...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
Al Kelly, the chairman of the 2014 Meadowlands Super Bowl Host Committee, drew his biggest applause at a business seminar in Teterboro on Tuesday when he declared, “New York and New Jersey are equal partners” for the biggest event in American professional...Read More
newsday.com, by NEIL BEST
With fewer than 29 months left before the big day, the 2014 Super Bowl host committee unveiled its logo Tuesday, and it prominently hit on two themes important to organizers: ...Read More
www.thirdage.com
The logo for Super Bowl 48, which features the George Washington Bridge in the background and a big icy white snowflake in the middle. The 2014 championship will be the first outdoor cold-weather edition of the championship....Read More
my9tv.com
Roger Goodell noticed the snowflake in icy blue-and-white, centered before the George Washington Bridge, during the debut of the host committee\'s logo for the 2014 Super Bowl....Read More
njenjoy.com
Alfred Kelly, CEO of the 2014 Super Bowl Host committee will be the keynote speaker for mdest 2011, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau’s (MLCVB) annual travel and tourism conference. The event takes place at 12 Noon on Tuesday Septembe...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by HUGH R. MORLEY
President Obama’s $447 billion plan to stimulate job creation got no rousing applause from North Jersey business leaders Friday. Some gave it a cautious welcome, while others said they doubt it will have much impact.\r\n\r\n...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
More than $500 million has been spent in the Meadowlands Sports Complex area on transportation-related improvements during the last four years, ranging from a $185 million rail link to more and wider lanes on Routes 17 and 120, flyover ramps and an overha...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by KELLY NICHOLAIDES
Economic summit brings out the bright minds with a pulse on our sluggish economy\r\n\r\n...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by The Record
The American Dream Meadowlands financing plan includes three key elements related to a public/private partnership:...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
The potential operators of American Dream Meadowlands — the project formerly known as Xanadu — are seeking to raise as much as $1 billion in public financing and tax breaks this fall, with the goal of resuming construction of the $3.8 billion project by t...Read More
NJ.com, by Steve Politi
What is Juice?\r\nIt is the influence of a high school basketball coach with more than 1,000 victories in his career. It is the experience of an octogenarian baseball hero whose mug is still gracing magazine covers.\r\nIt is the power of a loudmouth footb...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Kelly Nicholaides
The rebranded American Dream Meadowlands rose out of the ashes of Xanadu, a stalled multimillion dollar megamall and entertainment complex mired in financial woes....Read More
Globe Street.com, by Debra Hazel
JERSEY CITY-Gaia Real Estate Investments, in conjunction with Israeli partners Phoenix Insurance and Menora Mivtachim Insurance, has purchased 2 Journal Square here from Hartz Mountain Industries for $78 million, the first office acquisition for its princ...Read More
, by Axiom
FTI Consulting, Inc., a global business advisory firm, has noted a transition in the New York City Metro area retail segment that follows the recent revival in consumer spending to pre-recession levels and the anticipated recovery for the retail industry ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by HUGH R. MORLEY
The state Legislature on Wednesday approved a bill that would allow the American Dream Meadowlands to get a $350 million tax break and would modify the corporate incentive program that granted a tax break to help Panasonic move from Secaucus to Newark....Read More
Hudson Reporter
The American Dream Meadowlands project (formerly known as Xanadu) on Route 3 will be allowed to receive a $350 million tax break after the state legislature passed a bill Wednesday that makes the project eligible for incentives under the state’s Economic ...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
Could hotels help close city’s budget gap?\r\n\r\n...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
Triple Five Group\'s top executives came to the Meadowlands with great fanfare last week, offering a horde of media members a two-hour tour of American Dream Meadowlands, the new name for the Xanadu project.\r\n...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
The long nightmare known as Xanadu is over ......Read More
NJ.com, by Sarah Portlock
When the new developers of the project once known as Xanadu — now American Dream at Meadowlands — started drawing up changes they would make to the troubled retail and entertainment complex, they knew they had to change the façade....Read More
Globe Street.com, by Debra Hazel
It may have taken 15 years, but Canada’s Triple Five Corp. may finally have found its “American Dream” in the building New Jersey Gov. ...Read More
, by Marine Cole
News of rich incentives offered to developers of Xanadu Meadowlands complex comes shortly after Brooklyn lost out to New Jersey in battle to house Panasonic and as Hunts Point Market mulls move. ...Read More
CBS NewYork.com, by Axiom
The structure once referred to by Gov. Chris Christie as the “ugliest building in New Jersey” will soon be getting a major makeover....Read More
www.wnyc.org, by Bob Hennelly
The Christie Administration is in the final stages of closing a deal with a new developer to revive the moribund Xanadu retail and entertainment complex in the Meadowlands....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
The Super Bowl won't be played at the Meadowlands for another 34 months, but the New York/New Jersey 2014 Super Bowl Host Committee already has its chief executive officer: former American Express Co. President Alfred F. Kelly Jr. ...Read More
NJBiz, by NJBIZ Readers
A sizable majority of our responders want to see a pile of rubble in East Rutherford that used to be the Izod Center. One reader thinks he smells a rat, though....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by HUGH R. MORLEY
The New Jersey Meadowlands Commission has moved to make the zone more business friendly, reducing some fees and hiring a liaison to work with the business community....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOAN VERDON
Hosting two NCAA Sweet Sixteen games and an Elite Eight contest this weekend could mean a sweet $15 million worth of economic impact for the city of Newark, with a ripple effect that reaches to hotels and businesses in North Jersey....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MICHAEL LAMENDOLA
The Meadowlands Sports Complex has room to grow and according to the region's leading business advocacy group, the remaining undeveloped land could be suitable for everything from casinos and a world class aquatics center to hotels and a convention center...Read More
Standardbredcanada.ca, by Admin
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber's proposed redevelopment of the Meadowlands Sports Complex came from left field when it was announced one week ago. The idea of a casino, convention centre, conference centre, hotels and much more were put forth. The admin...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MIKE KELLY
CASINOS are like ghosts in a Shakespeare play. They don’t go away easily. And so, here we have yet another plan to build a casino at that vast expanse of Jersey swampland that our fair state calls the “Meadowlands.” ...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
In its heyday, the Meadowlands Sports Complex attracted thousands of tourists to the region. But that was then....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Mike Kelly
CASINOS are like ghosts in a Shakespeare play. They don’t go away easily....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
Plan includes convention center, hotels, casinos, athletic center ...Read More
www.courierpostonline.com, by The Associated Press
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce on Monday unveiled a proposal for the future of the Meadowlands Sports Complex. Plans include a casino, convention center, six hotels, spa and an aquatics center....Read More
, by Harnesslink News Room
With a goal of regaining its status as the world's leading multi-venue sports and entertainment complex, the Meadowlands Regional Chamber has released a concept plan for the continued redevelopment of the Meadowlands Sports Complex that will include a cas...Read More
NJBiz, by Evelyn Lee
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber unveiled plans Monday to redevelop remaining parcels on the Meadowlands Sports Complex, the focal point of which would be a new casino the chamber said will be necessary to salvage New Jersey’s struggling gaming industry. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce unveiled two ambitious “concepts” Monday for additional development of the Meadowlands Sports Complex, backing construction of a casino, a 400,000-square-foot convention center, a conference center and a half-d...Read More
NJ.com, by Sarah Portlock
It's a bet against the House that is likely to lose before it gets played. ...Read More
www.standardbredcanada.ca, by NJBIZ
On Monday, February 28, the Meadowlands Regional Chamber announced its proposal to redevelop the Meadowlands Sports Complex with a new casino, convention centre, conference centre, six hotels, and a recommendation of a water park, spa, theatre and museum....Read More
Globe Street.com, by Debra Hazel
Casino gambling will be coming to the Meadowlands, as the Meadowlands Regional Chamber announced a concept plan for the redevelopment of the Sports Complex here that includes a casino, convention center, hotels, entertainment and sports facilities. The to...Read More
CasinoCityTimes.com, by Gaming News
The odds may be low, but if you're not in you cannot win is the approach Meadowlands casino advocates appear to be taking, according to the Star-Ledger....Read More
PressOfAtlanticCity.com, by JULIET FLETCHER
Despite staunch opposition from Gov. Chris Christie and state legislators, some racing advocates and northern New Jersey developers are reopening the question of putting slots at the Meadowlands sports complex. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Record Staff
Hey, Gleeks - so that post-Super Bowl extravaganza show wasn't enough for you? ...Read More
Press Release
The Meadowlands Liberty CVB “Put Heads in Beds” in 2010 In 2010, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) “put heads in beds,” as the region’s occupancy jumped 7.5% over the last year- remaining higher than national and state av...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Axiom
The Meadowlands Liberty Convention & Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) has launched a new mobile website that gives visitors traveling to the region access to all of the hospitality components and attractions from the main website with an interface the bureau insis...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by Associated Press
For those worried about the cold-weather Super Bowl in northern New Jersey in 2014 — Fuggettabattit! ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
The New Meadowlands Stadium, which opened last year, is the newest stadium in the National Football League and will play host to the 2014 Super Bowl....Read More
, by JOHN BRENNAN
The operator of Mall of America in Minnesota — the largest mall in the United States — on Thursday announced the signing of a letter of intent to take over management of the long-stalled Meadowlands Xanadu project....Read More
NJ.com, by Axiom
The Meadowlands Liberty Convention & Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) has launched a new mobile website that allows visitors who are traveling to the region access to all of the hospitality components and attractions from the main website with an easy to use inter...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Assata Wright
Imagine a large-scale exhibit of dozens of life-sized animatronic dinosaurs set against the natural vegetation and wildlife of the Meadowlands. Now imagine this exhibit coming to Secaucus....Read More
NJBiz, by Evelyn Lee
Given that Chris Christie has established the Xanadu project’s completion as a priority of his administration, it seemed odd late last month when Triple Five was selected as the redeveloper with none of the governor’s usual fanfare — and on the eve of a s...Read More
NJBiz, by NJBIZ Staff
Christmas came early last month for Chris Christie and other public backers of the ailing Xanadu project, with the state announcing Dec. 23 that Triple Five had agreed to take over management of the “too big to fail” Meadowlands project. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MICHAEL LAMENDOLA
The stalled Meadowlands Xanadu project will soon have its third owner. Triple Five, the developer of the largest mall in North America, the West Edmonton Mall in Canada, and the largest in the United States, the Mall of America in Minnesota, signed a lett...Read More
Globe Street.com, by Debra Hazel
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ –The planned acquisition of the Meadowlands Xanadu complex by Triple Five Group has been lauded by the head of the local convention and visitors bureau....Read More
The Real Deal, by Axiom Communications
Developer Triple Five, owner of the Mall of America, has signed a letter of intent with the Meadowlands Xanadu Lender Group to renovate the five-story sports Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, N.J...Read More
abclocal.go.com, by SAMANTHA HENRY
Jim Kirkos, the president of the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau, also welcomed Triple Five's announcement, saying Xanadu is essential to a wider plan to develop gaming and other options at the site....Read More
candlewoodste.wordpress.com, by Scott Fallon
A former state legislator who issued a transition report to Governor Christie this year calling for a major overhaul of the state Department of Environmental Protection was named the new head of the Meadowlands Commission on Wednesday....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by RICHARD NEWMAN
The Obama administration has issued guidance on small-business health care tax credits available beginning this year under the Affordable Care Act....Read More
njenjoy.com, by Admin
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber (MRC) honored Robert Unanue, president of Goya Foods, Michael Kempner, chief executive officer of MWW Group, and Antoinette Nigito of Nigito Realty at “Super Gala XXXVII,” which was one of the first major events of its kin...Read More
njenjoy.com, by Admin
Cross Jersey Itinerary spotlights North and South with Meadowlands and Long Beach Island partnership...Read More
NJBiz, by Evelyn Lee
As the fate of the trans-Hudson rail tunnel hangs in limbo during Gov. Chris Christie’s stay of execution for the Access to the Region’s Core initiative, project supporters said there’s more than commute times at stake: Canceling the project will mean res...Read More
NJ.com, by KARINA L. ARRUE
Paul Cohen said he was leaving the Journal Square Pub one night in May 2009 when he grew tired of people pointing out his striking resemblance to Wall Street investor and notorious swindler Bernie Madoff. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
There are five serious bidders for Xanadu, and the winner could be announced within a month, Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno told an audience of 150 Tuesday at the new Meadowlands stadium during an event sponsored by the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors ...Read More
NJBiz, by Jared Kaltwasser
.Northern New Jersey business leaders stressed the importance of the Meadowlands sports complex to the region Tuesday at the fifth annual Mdest event, hosted by the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau to promote the Meadowlands region as a ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by HUGH R. MORLEY
New Jersey's school system is failing to prepare people for the workforce, a panel of college-level educators told a workforce summit Friday. Students come out of high school lacking in basic skills and an understanding of how to hold down a job, and a...Read More
njenjoy.com, by Admin
The Sensational Soul Cruisers are coming to the Plaza Courtyard in Harmon Meadow on September 22nd where attendees will dance to renditions of some of the country’s greatest soul masterpieces and enjoy a tasty variety of free food samplings and family act...Read More
njenjoy.com, by Admin
OK, who’s hungry? Tired of fast food and summer backyard barbeques? Has Friday night pizza become a bore? Potato skins and mozzarella sticks raising you cholesterol levels above your SAT scores? Is your TiVo working overtime to chronicle Top Chef and Cake...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
The second gaming “summit” on the future of the state’s horse racing and Atlantic City casino industries will be held Friday, and once again the architect of Governor Christie’s plans for those sectors will not be one of the speakers....Read More
njenjoy.com, by Admin
The Meadowlands Liberty CVB, Hudson County Cultural and Heritage Affairs, and Destination Jersey City will host group tour operators for a weekend FAM tour of the region starting Friday, September 10....Read More
njenjoy.com, by Admin
Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno will present the keynote address at this year’s mdest ~ That’s Entertainment! – the Meadowlands Liberty CVB’s annual travel and tourism conference being held at the New Meadowlands Stadium on Tuesday, September 28th....Read More
www.bergenvolunteers.org, by Axiom
The Bergen LEADS Advisory Panel, comprised of a select group of distinguished community leaders, is honored to welcome new members: Karyn Egeland, resident of Upper Saddle River, graduate of the Bergen LEADS Class of 2010, and a consultant with Huron Cons...Read More
www.bloomberg.com, by David M. Levitt and Jonathan Keehner
Meadowlands Xanadu, the unfinished $2 billion New Jersey shopping mall designed with an indoor ski slope and a Ferris wheel, was taken over by lenders from a group led by Colony Capital LLC after construction stalled. ...Read More
www.centredaily.com, by Axiom
The sponsor group for Meadowlands Xanadu, which consists of Colony Capital, Dune Capital and Kan Am, said today that, regrettably, after months of good faith efforts on the sponsors' part, its lenders remain unwilling to pursue alternative solutions that ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
Prospective restaurants and bars at Xanadu must apply for $2,000 concessionaire permits to sell alcohol on the site, instead of being required to purchase East Rutherford liquor licenses that could cost $500,000 or more, a state appellate court panel affi...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by CAROL LAWRENCE
Governor Christie's recent commission report on the future of The Meadowlands Racetrack and the Izod Center is making small businesses and hotels in the region apprehensive. But it's also getting them thinking....Read More
njenjoy.com, by Admin
Today marks the launch of a new EZ RIDE shuttle service program that services Meadowlands hotels and Newark Liberty International Airport....Read More
nbcnewyork.com, by BRIAN THOMPSON
Fewer than five miles from Manhattan as the heron flies, a new swamp is being built in the North Jersey bogland that years ago was renamed the Meadowlands....Read More
The Leader Newspaper, by Axiom
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber has announced that on Oct. 22, “Super Gala XXXVII” will be the first major event of its kind to be held at the New Meadowlands Stadium, where the Chamber will honor Robert Unanue, president of Goya Foods, Michael Kempner, ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOAN VERDON
Jim Kirkos is chief executive of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce, an organization that represents 856 member businesses located in, or with interests in, the Meadowlands. He's also chief cheerleader for the region and for anything that brings...Read More
Athletic Business, by John T. Wolohan
Meadowlands, Travel and Tourism, Travel, Tourism, Meadowlands region, CVB, Stay in the Meadowlands, Visit NJ, New Jersey, Meadowlands Liberty Region, Meadowlands Expo, Meadowlands Exposition Center, MLCVB Shopping, Attractions, Liberty State Park, Bird Wa...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
The revamped Secaucus summer concert series returns on Thursday, July 8 for 10 music-filled shows under the stars in Buchmuller Park. ...Read More
NJ.com, by Axiom
By now just about everyone knows that Super Bowl XLVIII is coming to the Meadowlands. I am writing to thank the school superintendents of Hudson County for making possible something of which you might not be aware....Read More
NJ.com, by Axiom
SECAUCUS - A Neil Diamond tribute band will kick off Secaucus' Summer Concert Series this Thursday at the Plaza Courtyard in Harmon Meadow....Read More
meetingfocus.com, by Gary Singh
Perhaps no region showcases the juxtaposition of opposites in New Jersey better than the Meadowlands, with the latest in sports entertainment not too far from natural and ecological lures. It is home to the Meadowlands Sports Complex, and the big news thi...Read More
tuscarawasvotes.com, by Carol Lawrence
New Jersey business organizations are holding back support for a 20-state lawsuit seeking to overturn the new federal health care law though they agree with the suit's argument against mandated health coverage for all citizens....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by KELLY NICHOLAIDES
The Xanadu project seems to be getting a rebranding—starting with a new name. The old website, visitxanadu.com, has been replaced with visitmeadowlands.com, although the content remains relatively the same and people can still expect the wonders of an ind...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber recently hosted a successful and informative reception to unite local businesses in the Northern Hudson portion of the Meadowlands Jan. 21 at 5:30 p.m....Read More
adirondackdailyenterprise.com, by AXIOM
It's a geographical fact: The 2014 Super Bowl will be played in New Jersey — not in New York. One could be forgiven for not realizing that, however, based on the media coverage of the National Football League's decision to hold Super Bowl XLVIII at the n...Read More
workroom.thinkprogress.org, by Igor Volsky
Earlier last month, the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) — a conservative group aligned with Republican interests — surprised other business organizations when it joined a state-based lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of health...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by CAROL LAWRENCE
New Jersey business organizations are holding back support for a 20-state lawsuit seeking to overturn the new federal health care law though they agree with the suit's argument against mandated health coverage for all citizens....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
A possible deal to salvage the Xanadu project in East Rutherford appears to be moving forward and could be completed by the end of the summer....Read More
YouTube, by GovChristie
Joe Scarborough, Mika Brzezinski and the rest of the 'Morning Joe' roundtable play clips and praise the remarks made by Governor Christie at a press conference following the announcement by the NFL that the 2014 Super Bowl is coming to New Jersey. ...Read More
blacktv247news.com, by Aditi Kinkhabwala and Susan Daker
A decision that many thought would be a breeze turned out to be surprisingly close Tuesday as NFL owners took four rounds of voting to finally decide that New York and New Jersey will host Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014, making it the first championship game t...Read More
NYPost.com, by DAVID SATRIANO
With yesterday's bid announcing that Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014 will be held in the new Meadowlands stadium in New Jersey, there was plenty to cheer about in the metro area. Most fans certainly were happy, but businesses, hotels and restaurants, probably h...Read More
, by CBS 2's Otis Livingston, Rob Morrison, and Christine Sloan
NFL owners voted Tuesday to make the new Meadowlands Stadium the site of the 2014 championship game, a historical vote that will bring the biggest sporting event in the country to the tri-state for the first time. It also will be the first Super Bowl play...Read More
news12.com, by Axiom
EAST RUTHERFORD - The 2014 Super Bowl is coming to the Garden State. ...Read More
newsday.com, by NEIL BEST AND ANDREW SMITH
The National Football League is fond of boasting how the Super Bowl rains hundreds of millions of dollars on the cities that host it - $550 million is the bid committee's gross estimate for New York and New Jersey - but economists who study the issue say ...Read More
, by Alyson Grala
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ-Break out the winter jackets. Super Bowl 2014 is coming to New Jersey. NFL owners voted yesterday to put the championship game in the new $1.6-billion Meadowlands stadium that will be home to the New York Jets and Giants starting this ...Read More
The Wall Street Journal, by SUSAN DAKER
IRVING, Texas—It took two rounds for Miami's bid to fall out of the running, and even after a third round, the New York/New Jersey bid couldn't muster the 75% it needed. But after a tense fourth round of voting, NFL owners finally awarded Super Bowl XLVII...Read More
ESPN, by Peter Keating
Hey, New York, watch out what you ask for! Boosters claim that if the New York Giants and New York Jets Jets win the right to host the 2014 Super Bowl, the big game will inject $550 million into the local economy....Read More
nbcnewyork.com, by BRIAN THOMPSON
The New Meadowlands Stadium has been selected as the first Super Bowl host site that's neither in a warm weather city nor under a dome. Take that, Florida. The biggest game in the world is going to be played in the greatest city in the world....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MICHAEL LAMENDOLA
Carlstadt – It took four nail-biting rounds of voting by 32 NFL team owners, but the raucous cheers that filled Redd’s Restaurant in Carlstadt just after 4 p.m. today said it all: Bring on the Super Bowl!...Read More
NJ.com, by Conor Orr
As news of the Super Bowl’s upcoming arrival in New Jersey hit Redd’s Restaurant in Carlstadt, a tidal wave of applause and flash bulbs washed over Gov. Chris Christie, seated at the back end of the bar. ...Read More
NJBiz, by Andrew Kitchenman
New Jersey will be the site of the first cold-weather Super Bowl in 2014, as the national Football League announced Tuesday afternoon that the Giants and Jets won their combined bid to host the game at their new stadium in East Rutherford. ...Read More
wpix.com, by Axiom
Super Bowl XLVIII To Be In NY/NJ...Read More
wcbstv.com, by Rob Morrison
Expect Infrastructure Improvements Before 2014...Read More
wpix.com, by Axiom
Stadium In New Jersey. That's Almost Four Years Away But The Pep Rallies Kicked Off On Both Sides of The Hudson. Marvin Scott Reports....Read More
wpix.com, by Axiom
Super Bowl Coming To New Jersey In 2014...Read More
my9tv.com, by Axiom
Meadowlands Hosting Super Bowl 2014...Read More
abclocal.go.com, by Anthony Johnson
Decision day for NY-NJ Super Bowl Bid...Read More
abclocal.go.com, by Scott Clark
Super Bowl coming to the Meadowlands...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
DALLAS — Giants co-owner John Mara thanked his fellow National Football League owners Tuesday for "having the guts to want to make some history."...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by MICHAEL LAMENDOLA
Carlstadt – It took four nail-biting rounds of voting by 32 NFL team owners, but the raucous cheers that filled Redd’s Restaurant in Carlstadt just after 4 p.m. today said it all: Bring on the Super Bowl!...Read More
docstoc.com, by Andrew Kitchenman
Xanadu project rebranded for refreshing outlook By Andrew Kitchenman The Xanadu project has been rebranded the Meadowlands with the entertainment and shopping center getting a name change as New York developer Steve Ross' Related Companies became involve...Read More
NJ.com, by Jenny Vrentas
GiantsSince it last tried to bid for the Super Bowl, the Meadowlands has dressed up for this opportunity: new stadium, new rail link and $150 million in hotel renovations around the complex. ...Read More
NJ.com, by Axiom
NEWARK -- Hartz Mountain Industries has sold Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey its headquarters building at 3 Penn Plaza East, according to a report in NJBIZ.com...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Michael Lamendola
Nearly two months after the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission (NJMC) passed a resolution to look into auditing current agency regulations, a set of proposed changes are in. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
The new Meadowlands football stadium isn't just bidding on the 2014 Super Bowl — it's the favorite in voting by National Football League owners later this month, according to a growing consensus of experts....Read More
The Leader, by John Soltes
The sky is looking blue for the murky depths of the Hackensack River, according to the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission, which has zoning authority for the portions of land in and around the southern branch of the 50-mile estuary....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by HUGH R. MORLEY
The Meadowlands area tourism bureau is warily awaiting Governor Christie's plan for the state tourism budget for next year in the wake of a $2 million cut in this year's spending....Read More
newjerseynewsroom.com, by ANDY LAGOMARSINO
New Jersey taxpayers have benefitted to the tune of a staggering $650 million in direct receipts from the Meadowlands Sports Complex and Monmouth Park since their inception in 1976 and 1985 respectively. ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by JOHN BRENNAN
The Meadowlands Sports Complex has produced nearly $600 million in revenues for the state’s general treasury and for East Rutherford since the complex opened in 1976...Read More
NJBiz, by Andrew Kitchenman
The future of Atlantic City, the Meadowlands and New Jersey’s horseracing and gaming industries could be determined by a new commission advising Gov. Chris Christie, and business owners are eager to have their voices heard....Read More
NYPost.com, by PAUL SCHWARTZ
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The Giants owners are pushing hard to bring the 2014 Super Bowl to the Northeast, seeking to play the game at the Meadowlands in the new $1.6 billion stadium — the one without the retractable roof — they’ll share with the Jets....Read More
Blog, by Ernie Palladino
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said at his press conference today that he'd be open to having the 2014 Super Bowl at the new Meadowlands Stadium. That shows growth on the part of the commissioner's office. Before, the league was steadfast in its refusa...Read More
, by Gary Myers
FORT LAUDERDALE - It might not be a bad time to start saving up for tickets for Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014, because who knows how much they will cost by then. The venue: the Giants' and Jets' new $1.7 billion stadium that opens for football in the fall. ...Read More
, by Gary Myers
FORT LAUDERDALE - Commissioner Roger Goodell clearly supports awarding Super Bowl XLVIII to the Giants' and Jets' new stadium in 2014, and Patriots owner Robert Kraft will lobby other owners for it, but Steelers owner Dan Rooney has a big problem with pla...Read More
newsday.com, by Bob Glauber
An outdoor Super Bowl in the New York metropolitan area? Tiki Barber loves the idea, bad weather and all. Like the kind that New Yorkers are facing this weekend. ...Read More
The Star Ledger, by Mike Garafolo
Tony Kurdzuk/The Star-LedgerGiants executive vice president Steve Tisch is hopeful the New Meadowlands Stadium has a legitimate chance to be selected as the site for Super Bowl XLVIII. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. - I talked to Jonathan and Steve Tisch Friday af...Read More
NJ.com, by ALFRED P. DOBLIN
WHY SHOULD state officials care about the Nets? The team thumbed its nose at New Jersey not because Izod Arena is outdated. The team is moving because its owner wants to build a mammoth multi-use project in downtown Brooklyn and the Nets and an arena add ...Read More
NJ.com, by Phyllis Hayes
THE RECORD: Let’s talk about the Meadowlands. It is sinking in debt. Governor Christie is putting together a commission on this subject. You were part of the transition team, were you not, Mike? DuHAIME: I was. As we look at the Sports and Exposition A...Read More
The Leader Newspaper, by Susan C. Moeller
State Sen. Paul Sarlo (D-36) would like for a casino to be added to the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford. He made the suggestion during a panel discussion on horse racing at the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors’ Bureau conference, ...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
The Meadowlands Xanadu project, after being stalled for more than a year, may finally have found the last $500 million in construction funds it needs to be completed....Read More
The Leader Newspaper, by Susan C. Moelle
Governor Chris Christie’s first analysis of the Meadowlands-area entertainment industry paints a bleak picture. And, the first-blush solutions proposed range from the advent of NASCAR racing at the track to the reorganization of event booking for the stat...Read More
www.standardbredcanada.ca, by John Brennan
How attractive would a full-blown casino at New Jersey's Meadowlands be? “The number is almost incalculable. This would be the most valuable parcel of real estate for the expansion of gaming, maybe not only in the U.S., but the world.”...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
Governor Christie didn't have much time to celebrate his inauguration last week, given the daunting list of state issues he faces — including a constellation of problems at the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority....Read More
RetailTrafficMag.com, by Elaine Misonzhnik
Like the poetic fantasy that inspired its name, it seems the Xanadu Meadowlands retail and entertainment complex in northern New Jersey is destined to remain a pipe dream. The 2.3-million-square-foot development has been plagued by bad luck since its conc...Read More
NJN, by Marie DiNoia Aronsohn
The horse racing industry worries that State subsidies will fade down the stretch. The future of horse racing in NJ was one the menu at a meadowland lunch conference today. Components and players in the state 1 billion dollar equine industry weighed in o...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
The Meadowlands needs a world-class casino — not just a “racino” with video lottery terminals — state Sen. Paul Sarlo, a longtime proponent of racinos, suggested Tuesday during a conference about the horse-racing industry’s woes....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Scott FAllon
LYNDHURST — The rough-legged hawks, hooded mergansers and cedar waxwings that grace the Meadowlands these days probably don't care that a national magazine has cited Richard W. DeKorte Park as one of best birding destinations in North America....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
The four-month negotiation initiated by Governor Corzine for a truce between Izod Center and Prudential Center received a lukewarm reaction Friday from three leading Democrats with a long history of interest in the issue....Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
One of the attractions developers haven’t planned for the $2.3 billion Xanadu Meadowlands retail/recreation complex on Route 3 is a roller coaster. But maybe they should. The long-delayed project has had more ups and downs than a ride at Coney Island....Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
More than 25,000 people turned out and collectively bet $2,480,393 when the Meadowlands Racetrack debuted its first thoroughbred race in 1976, according to the track’s Web site. Within three years the track was able to draw as many as 41,155 racing fans f...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
The four-month negotiation initiated by Governor Corzine for a truce between Izod Center and Prudential Center received a lukewarm reaction Friday from three leading Democrats with a long history of interest in the issue....Read More
, by E. Assata Wright
If the very thought of homemade pasta, braised ribs, or blackened halibut makes your mouth water like butter on a hot skillet, then next week is for you. On Monday, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau will serve up the second week of...Read More
NJ.com, by Star Ledger Staff
The steady stream of negative news surrounding the EnCap and Xanadu projects during the past several years was frustrating enough for Meadowlands-area business owners. But a push earlier this summer to close the Izod Center, spearheaded by Devils owner...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by Hugh R. Morley
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce has created a think tank to study the economic future of the region and try to paint a more positive picture about its business environment. The group, called Meadowlands 2040 Council, will include executive...Read More
casinoreign.com, by Jim Kirkos
Thirty-five years ago, Atlantic City was left for dead as a tourist destination. Inexpensive airline travel to 12-month resorts and a preference for private summer beach homes outmoded its hotel-driven, urban waterfront experience. Swift decay followed....Read More
NJBiz, by Jim Kirkos
Thirty-five years ago, Atlantic City was left for dead as a tourist destination. Inexpensive airline travel to 12-month resorts and a preference for private summer beach homes outmoded its hotel-driven, urban waterfront experience. Swift decay followed....Read More
app.com, by Bob Jordan
Horse racing officials and lobbyists say the odds are against the industry surviving in New Jersey without new funding sources. They also say there is no clear sign of how Gov.-elect Chris Christie will referee squabbles between racing and casino interest...Read More
Birders World, by Adam Marcus
Go to the heart of the restored New Jersey Meadowlands for raptors and Snowy Owls in winter, migratory birds in spring and fall, and Black Skimmers, egrets, and Orchard Orioles in summer....Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by Tricia Tirella
While the loss of jobs in 2009 affected many residents and businesses in Hudson County, new jobs and innovative ideas have also flourished during the national economic downturn....Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan
A cold-weather Super Bowl in the Meadowlands? That’s the goal of the Giants and Jets, who on announced their intention Thursday to bid for the 2014 National Football League championship game....Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by Assata Wright
The recent election of Chris Christie as governor could impact the direction of Xanadu Meadowlands, the $2.3 billion retail/recreation facility being built on Route 3 in East Rutherford....Read More
Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
The recent election of Chris Christie as governor could impact the direction of Xanadu Meadowlands, the $2.3 billion retail/recreation facility being built on Route 3 in East Rutherford....Read More
NJBiz, by Evelyn Lee
At a time when the recession and credit crunch have stalled real estate projects throughout the state, challenges unique to the Meadowlands are further complicating development efforts in the region. The failure of the EnCap landfill project and Xanadu’s ...Read More
The Bergen Record, by Hugh R. Morley
Not many governors take office in an economy as bad as the one Governor-elect Chris Christie will inherit in January. Christie's campaign pledges to cut taxes will quickly run into the challenge of the state's dire finances. And few face a business ...Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
HITTING THE BIG SCREEN – The completed Kerasotes ShowPlace theater at Harmon Meadow in Secaucus. slideshow ShowPlace 14, a new movie theater, had its opening day in Secaucus this past Friday, Oct. 16. The Kerasotes Showplace replaces two smaller Loews...Read More
Standardbredcanada.ca, by Standardbredcanada.ca
With the election of Chris Christie as governor of New Jersey, chances of slots at the Meadowlands, Monmouth Park and Freehold Raceway went from slim to none. Even before the votes were counted, Christie told NBC he would make sure Atlantic City remain...Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
More than 25,000 people turned out and collectively bet $2,480,393 when the Meadowlands Racetrack debuted its first thoroughbred race in 1976, according to the tracks Web site. Within three years the track was able to draw as many as 41,155 racing fans f...Read More
NJSEA Newsletter, by NJSEA
In its 33 year history of spectacular sports and entertainment Giants Stadium has enjoyed some remarkable months, but none more so than the September-October of the final season....Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by E. Assata Wright
If the very thought of homemade pasta, braised ribs, or blackened halibut makes your mouth water like butter on a hot skillet, then next week is for you. On Monday, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau will serve up the second week of...Read More
The Leader, by The Leader Staff
(Sept. 17, 2009) ? The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau will be hosting Epicure, the Meadowlands Liberty region?s restaurant week. Savor this opportunity to sample the area?s variety of fine cuisine via discounted $20 price fixe menus Se...Read More
Hudson Reporter, by Hudson Reporter
No city or region has really been put on the map until it has either a “restaurant week” or a “taste of” event. Using that standard, the Meadowlands, which already hosts an annual “Taste of the Meadowlands,” has truly arrived. This week the Meadowlands Li...Read More
NorthJersey.com, by John Brennan & Joan Verdon
The opening of the $2 billion Xanadu retail and entertainment center was pushed back Thursday by at least eight months to midsummer 2009 from November. Complex construction for several unique tenants — the project includes an indoor snow dome, a 3,400-...Read More
The Bergen Record, by Hugh R. Morley
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce has created a think tank to study the economic future of the region and try to paint a more positive picture about its business environment....Read More
The Leader, by Chris Neidenberg
(July 9, 2009) ? If you visited the Meadowlands Sports Complex site, circa early 1970s, it wouldn?t be to watch games. ...Read More
The Star Ledger, by Axiom Communications
New Jersey's most hyped hotel is opening at a time when tourism is off. The W Hoboken drew such stars as Jamie Foxx and Joey "Pants" Pantoliano to its ceremonial opening party last night, and management is hoping business and leisure travelers alike find...Read More
NJBiz, by Axiom Communications
Gov. Jon S. Corzine convenes his annual Conference on Tourism in Atlantic City from April 1 to 3, and local tourism groups are gearing up by asking the governor to increase their funding in 2011. These local offices, known as destination marketing organiz...Read More
Daily Record, by Axiom Communications
MORRISTOWN -- A group of regional tourism officials gathered at MacCullough Hall Monday morning for a ceremony to request state officials to provide consistent funding each year toward its promotional efforts....Read More
The Star Ledger, by Axiom Communications
Hudson County's hotel industry is bucking the economic trend and remains cautiously optimistic - witness the opening of two new waterfront hotels....Read More
, by Axiom Communications
Emphasis on new facilities Kirkos spoke about a surge of new infrastructure coming to the Meadowlands designed to help handle a growing tourist trade in the area....Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
The quest to make the Meadowlands area an up-and-coming tourist destination has reached two encouraging milestones....Read More
Shop America VIP, by Axiom Communications
Right on the heels of a historic billboard campaign urging out-of-state travelers to come to the Meadowlands, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention Bureau has received accreditation from the Washington D.C.-based Destination Marketing Association Internation...Read More
Continental Airlines Magazine, by Continental Airlines Magazine Staff
One building just may capture the mind-boggling, sometimes paradigm-shattering change that?s rewriting all we thought we knew about Northern New Jersey. One Riverview is the name, and you probably haven?t heard of it, but you know the developer:...Read More
metroGREEN & BUSINESS, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS, NJ ? The Meadowlands Liberty Convention & Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) will hold MeadowFest, New Jersey?s premier environmental festival celebrating the Hackensack River, on Saturday, June 14th at the Laurel Hill County Park in Secaucus from 11 ? 5 p...Read More
The Bergen Record, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS - The fourth annual Meadowfest at Laurel Hill County Park may have been a celebration of nature, but Saturday?s heat and humidity seemed to inspire most children toward something cooler and sweeter....Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
LYNDHURST (June 12, 2008) ? Every year, thousands come out to enjoy Meadowfest, the annual environmental festival celebrating the Hackensack River....Read More
metroGREEN & BUSINESS, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS, NJ--The Meadowlands Liberty Convention & Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) is hosting MeadowFest, New Jersey?s premier environmental festival celebrating the Hackensack River, on Saturday, June 14th at the Laurel Hill County Park in Secaucus, NJ. The New...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS (June 7, 2007) ? Hidden in the Meadowlands, right off the New Jersey Turnpike is a jewel of an eco-system. The Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce is celebrating the region's nature with a fun family festival. MeadowFest 2007 will be held on Saturda...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS ? Meadowfest ?07 will take place on Saturday, June 9, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., at Laurel Hill Park, Secaucus. Rain date is June 10. Residents are invited to celebrate the Hackensack River, the ?jewel of an eco-system,? located in the New Jersey Me...Read More
The New York Times, by Kevin Coyne
A Room With a View? No, but It's Cheaper by Kevin Coyne, June 3, 2007, The New York Times. On their first morning in America, at the start of a sightseeing odyssey that would traverse the breadth of a country most of them had never visited before, the ...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS (Dec. 1, 2006) ??It started with an idea over coffee, which grew into a Web site, which grew into a virtual CVB (convention and visitors bureau), which grew into a start-up CVB, which is now hosting its second annual Travel Industry Conference an...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS - mDEST ?06, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau?s destination industry trade show, kicks off with a hospitality industry career fair on Nov. 28 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. with more than 50 employers expected to exhibit and demo...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS ? The Meadowlands-Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau, a program of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce, will kick off its second annual Meadowlands Destination (mDest) conference, exposition and hospitality career fair for profession...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
Join the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) for its second annual mDest ?06 -- the premier travel and tourism trade show and job fair in the Meadowlands Liberty region. Hosted by the Meadowlands Exposition Center, with sponsors fro...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS ? Jay La Verghetta didn?t expect to place in MeadowFest?s first-ever eco-triathlon; he just wanted to finish. The former Barge Club co-owner felt nostalgic about the canoe portion of the race, having done plenty of boating from the site....Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS ? It?s an all-day, free event that offers everything from an eco-triathlon to pontoon trips down the Hackensack River and hot air balloon rides above it....Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS ? Hartz Mountain Industries, which brought the first tourists to the Meadowlands region with its Harmon Cove Outlet Center two decades ago, made two $15,000 gifts to help travel and tourism efforts to coincide with the introduction of the Meadowl...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS, NJ - Winners have been announced for the first session of Meadowlands Liberty 101, a free training session for hotel personnel in the region, that was held as part of the Meadowlands Liberty Convention & Visitors Bureau inaugural MDEST 05 trades...Read More
The New York Times, by Ronald Smothers
SECAUCUS, N.J. - It is, not so suddenly, more of a real place. After years as a destination for sports fans but not much else, the Meadowlands is on the verge of becoming much more. One indication was the creation six months ago of the Meadowlands Libe...Read More
The New York Times, by Ronald Smothers
SECAUCUS, N.J. - It is, not so suddenly, more of a real place. After years as a destination for sports fans but not much else, the Meadowlands is on the verge of becoming much more....Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS - Hotel, restaurant and business leaders were presented a vision on Nov. 30 that area residents may have never imagined: the Meadowlands as a premiere travel destination....Read More
The Hudson Reporter, by Celeste Regal
The move to turn the natural beauty and economic strength of the Meadowlands into a destination point is on. "Mdest 05," a combination conference, travel trade show and job fair was held by the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau on Wednesd...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS - Hackensack Riverkeeper Captain Bill Sheehan announced his plans at the mDEST 05 travel and tourism event Nov. 30 to offer tours of the river to guests of area hotels. ?Let business travelers know about the cruises,? Sheehan said. ?What a wa...Read More
The Bergen Record, by Hugh R. Morley
If you build it, they will come. That's one strategy for luring visitors to the Meadowlands, with |its three golf courses on the way, slew of new hotels and monster-size entertainment center under construction. But just to make sure, the Meadowlands...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS - The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLVCB) will hold MDEST ?05, its inaugural travel and tourism trade show on Nov. 29 and 30 at the Meadowlands Exposition Center, which will feature a job fair for the hospitality and servic...Read More
News Leader, by Axiom Communications
MRCC unveils tourism tool, News Leader, March 31, 2005. Just six months ago, the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission provided a grant to the Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce to expand the destination marketing tools created on the StayintheMeado...Read More
, by Ron Simoncini/Marjorie Kaplan
“A casino will allow the Meadowland’s to draw on an already existing customer base that wants to gamble and be entertained, but is currently driving past us to get to casinos in nearby states,” said Jim Kirkos. “We have the potential to build the best ca...Read More
, by Marjorie Kaplan
The Jehovah’s Witness convention, held from June 20-22 and June 27-29, was the biggest of the organization’s international gatherings held in the NYC-metro area in the past two decades....Read More
Online, by MLCVB
Secaucus’ Winter Blast Produced by Exposure, a division of North Jersey Media Group and the Town of Secaucus is a three-day pre-game before the big-game celebration at Buchmuller Park in Secaucus, NJ on Thurs., Jan. 30th from 4 to 10 p.m., Fri., Jan 31 fr...Read More
Online, by MLCVB
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ, February 2, 2014—Traffic and parking at MetLife Stadium may be a headache but getting to and from the only tailgate open to the public on Super Bowl Sunday will be a breeze. Those who are attending The Meadowlands Tailgate Party Live...Read More
Online, by MLCVB
EAST RUTHERFORD January 29, 2014—East Rutherford’s jilted Mayor James Cassella will get to go to the big game after all, if he chooses to, thanks to an 11th hour invitation by Indianapolis Colts’ Owner, Jim Irsay, to join him in his suite. \n “It means a...Read More
Online, by MLCVB
EAST RUTHERFORD January 23, 2014—The Super Bowl is in East Rutherford, New Jersey and so is the only event open to the public on Super Bowl Sun., Feb. 2! Meadowlands Tailgate Party Live from East Rutherford Presented by Hackensack Medical Center Fitness ...Read More
Online, by MLCVB
EAST RUTHERFORD January 23, 2014—The Super Bowl is in East Rutherford, New Jersey and so is the only event open to the public on Super Bowl Sun., Feb. 2! Meadowlands Tailgate Party Live from East Rutherford Presented by Hackensack Medical Center Fitness ...Read More
Online, by MLCVB
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ, January 13, 2014—Today, Mon., Jan. 13th at 12 p .m., East Rutherford’s Mayor, James L. Cassella will be joined by Gary Jeffas, Councilman for Secaucus; Meadowlands Liberty CVB President and COO, Jim Kirkos; Biff, of The Nerds, Glenn S...Read More
Press Release, by Marjorie Kaplan or Ron Simoncini
The Big Game Experience, taking place on Wed., May 22nd at the Meadowlands Expo Center, will be anything but the usual stuffy convention with a hot line up of music, food and live entertainment from 12 to 7 p.m....Read More
Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal, by N/A
"THE BIG GAME EXPERIENCE" Introduces Local Venues and Destinations to Those Interested in Hosting Super Bowl 2014 Activities...Read More
Press Release, by Marjorie Kaplan or Ron Simoncini
Westfield Garden State Plaza has signed on as the title sponsor for THE BIG GAME EXPERIENCE, an event hosted by the Meadowlands Regional Chamber (MRC) and the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB), and recognized by the NYNJ Super Bow...Read More
, by Axiom Communications
The Destination Marketing Association International recently renewed the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau’s (MLCVB) accreditation. ...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
Starting today, the Meadowlands Liberty CVB’s (MLCVB) web site at www.mlcvb.com will feature the Package Builder, a one-stop shop for visitors to create their own discount package travel itineraries and purchase them with one click....Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
Preparations for the Super Bowl coming to the Meadowlands in 2014 have already begun, and Meadowlands Liberty CVB director, Judith Ross, is more than prepared to throw what will arguably be the biggest party in New Jersey’s history after earning her Certi...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
On Mon., Nov. 19th, more than 150 attended the Meadowlands Liberty CVB’s annual travel and tourism conference, mdest12, designed to offer local businesses practical advice on how to rebuild after a devastating natural disaster, and benefit from upcoming e...Read More
Press Release
mdest12, the premier conference on travel and tourism in North Jersey, has been rescheduled for Mon., Nov. 19th and will feature local, state, and national experts to discuss how to rebuild after a devastating natural disaster, and how to maintain a custo...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
New Jersey’s Meadowlands will welcome more than 100,000 visitors in April 2013 when they host three of WWE’s four WrestleMania 29 events; the four-day Axxess fan-fest at the IZOD Center, starting on Thurs., Apr. 4th, WrestleMania 29’s Main Event at MetLif...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
A hotline for Greater Meadowlands area businesses affected by the recent hurricane has been opened by the Meadowlands Regional Chamber and the Meadowlands Liberty CVB at 201-528-2951 or MRCbusinesshotline@meadowlands.org connecting them with chamber memb...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
The Meadowlands Regional Chamber’s International Business Council (IBC) will host a global symposium on October 11, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza Meadowlands in Secaucus. ...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) is celebrating National Tourism Week (May 5-13) by hosting a Soap, Suds & Bubbly reception at the Renaissance Meadowlands at 801 Rutherford Ave. in Rutherford. ...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
In January, visitnj.com announced that 16 Destination Marketing Organizations received grants, including the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) receiving the highest in the state’s recent travel and tourism grant cycle with $300,0...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
The Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce (MRC) has named long-standing executive board member, David Meredith, as its new chairman. The Allstate Insurance Agency owner succeeds Stephen Orenchuk of Wells Fargo Advisors who will continue to participate on the b...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
On Wed., Nov. 10, the Meadowlands Regional Chamber (MRC) unveiled an 11-minute documentary featuring testimonials from businesses in and near the American Dream Meadowlands developer’s other properties in Bloomington, MN and Alberta, Canada. ...Read More
Press Release, by Erica Rutan / Ron Simoncini
Alfred Kelly, CEO of the 2014 Super Bowl Host committee will be the keynote speaker for mdest 2011, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau’s (MLCVB) annual travel and tourism conference. The event takes place at 12 Noon on Tuesday Septembe...Read More
Press Release, by Ron Simoncini / Catie Tupper
With a goal of regaining its status as the world’s leading multi-venue sports and entertainment complex, the Meadowlands Regional Chamber has released a concept plan for the continued redevelopment of the Meadowlands Sports Complex that will include a cas...Read More
Press Release, by Catie Tupper or Ron Simoncini
In 2010, the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) “put heads in beds,” as the region’s occupancy jumped 7.5% over the last year- remaining higher than national and state averages; the NFL announced the Meadowlands would host the 201...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
RUTHERFORD, NJ – JANUARY 19, 2011 – The Meadowlands Liberty Convention & Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) has launched a new mobile website that allows visitors who are traveling to the region access to all of the hospitality components and attractions from the ma...Read More
Press Release, by Diane Saccoccia
This evening Hackensack Riverkeeper – the clean water advocate for the Hackensack River Watershed – hosted their eleventh annual Hackensack Riverkeeper Awards Celebration & Sustainable SeafoodFest. The event took place in the grand ballroom of the Holiday...Read More
Web, by Axiom Communication
Meadowlands Liberty Visitors and Conventions Bureau is hosting a Selection Reception to celebrate the anticipated selection of New Jersey as the host of the 2014 Super Bowl XLVIII!...Read More
The Leader, by Axiom Media
RUTHERFORD (April 8, 2010) — The Meadowlands is what’s new in travel and tourism this month — first the region was tabbed as possible host of the 2014 Superbowl and now it has launched an attraction-rich Web site whose tools and navigational features set ...Read More
Press Release, by Catie Tupper
RUTHERFORD, NJ – February 5, 2009 – The Meadowlands is what’s new in travel and tourism this month – first the region was tabbed as possible host of the 2014 Superbowl and now it has launched an attraction-rich website whose tools and navigational feature...Read More
Press Release, by Catie Tupper
LYNDHURST, NJ – JANUARY 13, 2010 – Carl Goldberg, Chairman of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority (NJSEA), will be the keynote speaker at the luncheon for mdest, “Earth, Wind, Inspire.” mdest is the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors ...Read More
Press Release, by The Final Season Meadowlands
October 19, 2009-The Meadowlands Sports Complex launched The Giants Stadium Tour-The Final Season on June 13, 2009 with tours running on Saturdays. All previously announced tours have sold out. Due to popular demand a 3 PM tour time has been added to...Read More
, by Melissa Klein
October 19, 2009-The Meadowlands Sports Complex launched The Giants Stadium Tour-The Final Season on June 13, 2009 with tours running on Saturdays. All previously announced tours have sold out. Due to popular demand a 3 PM tour time has been added to sele...Read More
PR Newswire, by Axiom Communications
October 19, 2009-The Meadowlands Sports Complex launched The Giants Stadium Tour-The Final Season on June 13, 2009 with tours running on Saturdays. All previously announced tours have sold out. Due to popular demand a 3 PM tour time has been added to sele...Read More
Press Release, by Ron Simoncini
SECAUCUS, N.J. – October 6, 2009 – Northern New Jersey residents will now have access to the latest state-of-the-art movie theatre, with the debut of Kerasotes Showplace Theatre on October 16, 2009 at Harmon Meadow. Executives from Hartz Mountain Indus...Read More
The Leader, by The Leader
(Sept. 17, 2009) — The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau will be hosting Epicure, the Meadowlands Liberty region’s restaurant week. Savor this opportunity to sample the area’s variety of fine cuisine via discounted $20 price fixe menus Se...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
MARCH 23, 2009 - MORRISTOWN, NJ ? Emboldened as one of the few industries to avoid cuts in the recently released state budget, Destination Marketing Organizations have signed the ?Declaration of Destination,? setting forth an aggressive agenda that calls...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
LYNDHURST, N.J. The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) today presented the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission Board with a summary of regional hotel revenue attributed to MLCVB tourism websites. The summary was highlighted by an a...Read More
Press Release, by Jeff Fucci
LYNDHURST, N.J. ? The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) today presented the New Jersey Meadowlands Commission Board with a summary of regional hotel revenue attributed to MLCVB tourism websites. The summary was highlighted by a...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS, NJ NOVEMBER 21, 2006 ? mDEST ?06, the premier destination-related trade show for the Meadowlands-Liberty region, boasts the region?s first Ecotourism Workshop, a town hall-style meeting designed to connect hoteliers, restaurateurs, attraction...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS, NJ - NOVEMBER 21, 2006 - mDEST 06, the premier destination-related trade show for the Meadowlands-Liberty region, will feature Hospitality Plus, a seminar designed to update meeting planners, travel agents and other hospitality professionals on...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS, NJ - NOVEMBER 21, 2006 - The Meadowlands-Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau will hold its second annual mDEST destination industry trade show on November 28th and 29th at the Meadowlands Exposition Center in Secaucus, NJ. This year?s theme,...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
Meadowlands, USA - America's favorite talent show, American Idol, is heading to the New Jersey Meadowlands to hold auditions for its upcoming 6th season. The Meadowlands, home to some of the most prominent sports franchises in the region and is a major to...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
Meadowlands - April 2006 - The New Jersey Meadowlands Commission and the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) will hold MeadowFest, New Jersey?s premier environmental festival celebrating the Hackensack River, on Saturday, June 10th...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
SECAUCUS, NJ - Winners have been announced for the first session of Meadowlands Liberty 101, a free training session for hotel personnel in the region, that was held as part of the Meadowlands Liberty Convention & Visitors Bureau inaugural MDEST 05 trade...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
Meadowlands - November 2005 - Join the Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLCVB) for its first-time mDest 05; the 1st annual travel and tourism trade show and job fair in the region is this year's premiere event. Hosted by the Meadowlands...Read More
, by Axiom Communications
LYNDHURST, NJ (February 22, 2005) ?The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau has announced that it received a grant to create five new destination kiosks in high-traffic locations throughout Hudson County added to five existing locations in t...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
Meadowlands, USA - November 2005 - The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLVCB) will hold MDEST 05, its inaugural travel and tourism trade show on November 29 and 30th at the Meadowlands Exposition Center, which will feature a job fair ...Read More
PR Newswire, by Axiom Communications
MEADOWLANDS, N.J., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLVCB) will hold MDEST 05, its inaugural travel and tourism trade show on November 29 and 30th at the Meadowlands Exposition Center, and will feature a co...Read More
Press Release, by Axiom Communications
Meadowlands, USA - The Meadowlands Liberty Convention and Visitors Bureau (MLVCB) will hold MDEST 05, its inaugural travel and tourism trade show on November 29 and 30th at the Meadowlands Exposition Center, and will feature a conference program and job...Read More
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It's a big vision that supports say will bring billion in fresh revenue and thousands of new job to the Meadowlands. ...Read More
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The Meadowlands Liberty region has all of the ingredients for indoor and outdoor fun and excitement - not only the world’s most spectacular sports and entertainment, but America’s most historic landmarks and fabulous group destinations like Liberty Sc...Read More
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A new resident of New Jersey, Joseph P. Martino, realized that New Jersey is the only state without a state song. He created his own song and is proud to promote his new state of almost three years. ...Read More
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"In its 33 year history of spectacular sports and entertainment Giants Stadium has enjoyed some remarkable months, but none more so than the September-October of the final season. From the all-time Stadium attendance record U-2 concerts held on Septem...Read More
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This framed poem by Joseph P. Martino "The Statue of Liberty History Poem" is now on display at the Bob Hope Memorial Library at Ellis Island....Read More
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New Meadowlands Stadium will host a cold-weather Super Bowl in 2014. Sometimes a "Snow Bowl's" chance in hell is enough....Read More
travellerspoint.com, by Axiom Communications
Looking for places to stay that are close to New York City, but won’t cost you and arm and a leg? Need activities that are near by and also perhaps fun? What about shopping, without wasting over 8% with that crazy NYC sales tax? You need the local experti...Read More
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MLCVB's Blog entitled "The Many Things To Do In The Meadowlands" featured on Travellerspoint.com...Read More
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Jim Kirkos of the Meadowlands Regional Chamber on Let's Talk with Gary Gellman....Read More
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Meadowlands Area Events

february 2017

25feb10:00 am- 12:30 pmFamily Fun Weekend - I Scream for Ice Cream!
27feb7:00 pmThe Stranger in My Genes