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New Social Site, 365 Things To Do In Westfield Captures the Character of Westfield and Announces Giveaway


The launch of the social site, 365 Things To Do In Westfield, gives local residents and businesses an interactive place to share all things wonderful about Westfield-living and an opportunity to support the greater needs of the community.

365 Things To Do In Westfield launched in late 2011 by local Coldwell Banker Realtor, Jodi Luminiello, as a means of promoting the benefits of the Westfield area to incoming residents. “Social tools are an extraordinary vehicle for business owners, including realtors, for sharing opportunities and outreach to others”, said Luminiello. “I felt this bustling town deserved a rich and highly focused resource to showcase all that Westfield has to offer.”

With an abundance of attractions, activities, news and resources, a quick glance at the 365 Things Westfield site shows a seemingly endless list of hyper local happenings. But 365 Things Westfield also aims at sending a deeper message about the importance of community support.

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“Let’s face it,” 365 Founder Jodi Luminiello says, “Changes to the economy have impacted us all. It’s important to remind ourselves often that we need others to succeed. Efforts of an individual are critical to the success of the whole. Westfield is such a desirable location to live, in large part because of the warm community that it is, and I plan to promote that any way I can.”

365 Things To Do In Westfield announces the launch of the “Support Westfield” Promotion, aimed at featuring local businesses in a series of gift card giveaways. The current giveaway is a $100 Gift Card to The Brick Oven, located at 117 Quimby Street in Westfield.

“We are quite pleased to work with 365 Things To Do In Westfield on this promotion”, said The Brick Oven Owner, Aurelio Cardoso. Cardoso is part owner of The Brick Oven, along with the restaurant’s original founders, The Vasfailo Family, who opened The Brick Oven in 1993. “We are very proud of our long history here in Westfield, our regular dining community and love the chance to participate in something that gives to others and thanks guests of The Brick Oven for their ongoing support of our restaurant.”


Visit the site “LIKE” the page and an email form will appear. (If you’re already a Fan, you may need to click the “Promotion” tab under the logo.) Submit your email into the form and you will be entered into the drawing for a $100 gift card to The Brick Oven in Westfield. A Winner will be announced in February, 2012. 


365 Things To Do In Westfield is an online resource open the entire Westfield community. If you are a local business or have an event or cause you’d like promote, please contact 365 Things Westfield at (732) 713-0051 or   


The Brick Oven 117 Quimby Street, Westfield, NJ, features traditional Italian classics and an environment of old world Italian charm. Many regular customers come to The Brick Oven to delight in Chef Arcesio Dutan’s specialties. Bring Your Own Wine to enjoy with selections from the daily menu and specials. Reservations are recommended for parties of 5 or more. Choose from catering, eat-in, delivery and take-out. Inside and out, The Brick Oven is fun, charming and delicious. To reserve a table, call (908) 317-9500.

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