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Garden State Equality to Host Inaugural Celebration Brunch on Sunday, January 20, 2013, at McCloone's Boathouse

December 30, 2012 at 12:03 AM

WEST ORANGE, NJ  - Garden State Equality, New Jersey's largest Civil Rights organization, has announced plans for an Inagural Brunch, to be held Sunday, January 20, 2013, at 11:00 am at McCloone's Boathouse in West Orange. Hundreds of attendees are expected to attend the fund raiser for the Garden State Equality Educational Fund.

Tickets for the event are $150.00 per person.  There will be seafood and carving stations, brunch selections, unlimited mimosas and more.  

While perhaps best known for support  for marriage equality for the LGBT community, Garden State Equality was also  instrumental in the passage of the Anti Bullying Law for all students in New Jersey.  They maintain an anti bullying hotline 24 hours a day and also provide assistance in all issues pertaining to equality.

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Our Inauguration Celebration Brunch will be the most lavish celebration in our organization's history: A stunning musical brunch with rows of the highest-end cuisine, including seafood, carving stations and every brunch favorite. Unlimited mimosas. Unlimited Bloody Marys. Live jazz to swing through joyous history. And dignitaries galore.

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