A Fresh Coat of Paint!

January 27, 2011 by Tim Samson in Amusements

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Each year, hundreds of visitors make their way through the sea full of rides at Morey’s Piers.  From kiddie to extreme, each ride boasts a dazzling display of color from every color of the rainbow.  Our dedicated team of expert painters inspect, schedule, and refurbish each ride to ensure that it remains vibrant and beautiful.  To be even more efficient, Morey’s Piers has invested in a brand new state-of-the-art paint shop, which has finally opened its doors this New Year!  Check out these new photos!

-Lindsey

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Summer’s in Full Swing! says:

June 23, 2011 at 11:35 am

[...] So what’s new and exciting up at the piers? Over the past couple of months we’ve told you about our paint shop, new trains for the Great White, renovations at Jumbo’s and a slew of other improvements we have [...]

Beth says:

February 28, 2011 at 10:37 pm

Lindsey i envy you.  I always dreamed of working for the boardwalk management team.  I live in Delaware but have been a “Wildwooder” since i was four weeks old.  I often thought about living down the shore for the summer, working at Macks or as a ride operator, etc.  I also envisioned an even bigger role by being a part of the boardwalk’s management team and assist with the continued development and planning of the piers and their attractions.  I hold no formal marketing skills other than my own personal history and memories which i often share with others who in turn, try out Wildwood themselves.  Once they visited Wildwood, they were hooked…..Congratulations on such a prosperous and rewarding career you hold

Jeff Drulis says:

January 29, 2011 at 7:47 am

Congratulations and best of luck with the new paint booth. See you
in the summer. Thanks Jeff

George Kerner says:

January 29, 2011 at 7:35 am

Are the parts being shot with water borne materials?

robert ward says:

January 28, 2011 at 11:22 pm

white pants lets you get multibe colors on your clothes and not look so sloppy. get paint on blue jeans and you look sloppy however, with white you don’t notice it as much. “as long as their clean.“AND IF YOU DON’T CLEAN THEM REGULARLY, THEY TOO LOOK SLOPPY.so always were a clean pair of whites to the paint party.  robert wallkill,n.y.

DavidMac says:

January 28, 2011 at 2:48 pm

why do painters always wear white?

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