Downtown West Orange Alliance Announces New Marketing Campaign

Mike Brick, Joe Fagan, Megan Brill, Kevin Kruse, and John McElroy of the DWOA. Credits: Cynthia Cumming
Megan Brill describes the "Catch the Energy" campaign. Credits: Cynthia Cumming

WEST ORANGE, NJ - The Downtown West Orange Alliance presented the details of their new marketing campaign at the Town Council meeting on December 3.  DWOA Director Megan Brill, town historian Joe Fagan, and Chair of the new West Orange Environmental Commission, Mike Brick, described to the council the ongoing plans to promote downtown West Orange.

Get ready for the new "Catch the Energy" campaign for the downtown West Orange corridor, which will feature vintage lighting in various business environs and historical photos of the township placed in business windows, especially those available for rent.

Joe Fagan also discussed his upcoming cable TV 36/45 program, "Discover West Orange," premiering in January, 2014.

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In fact, stop by the new Oak Barrel Pub and the Pour House Pub to see West Orange memorabilia.  The Oak Barrel Pub features historic West Orange photos as well as the bar from the iconic Pal's Cabin; and the Pour Sports some cool lighting and photos as well.


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