Why I love my J-O-B Anthony Sinnerard

Why I love my J-O-B Anthony Sinnerard

Some people work in offices, drive trucks or own a business, and I’m sure they all love what they do.  When someone asks me what I do for a living, I quickly reply with a big Cheshire cat smile, " I work for Morey's Piers in Wildwood, NJ!"I consider myself lucky to wake up…

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Then and Now: The Giant Wheel

Then and Now: The Giant Wheel

This winter we are going to give you a little bit of way back when and a little bit of today with the blog series “Then and Now” to not only show you the changes through the years but possibly what’s in store for 2014. Stay tuned on Tuesdays this winter to learn a little…

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The Race of Gentlemen

The Race of Gentlemen

Something that hasn’t happened in the City of Wildwood since the early 1900’s is about to take place on October 4th, 5th, & 6th 2013, and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome this event into town! Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages: The Oilers Car…

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Global Evolution

Global Evolution

Every year we strive to improve the piers and waterparks, whether we're bringing something new and exciting to the parks or refurbishing an old favorite. One of the most notable changes might be our iconic globe at the front of Mariner's Landing. It's received several facelifts…

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Where It All Began

 Hello my name is Tony Deutsch from Watchthetramcarplease.com and it is my pleasure to be a guest blogger on the Beachfront Blog. I see that my good friend Jack Morey is a blogger now, so this blog is for you, Jack. Today let me take you on a magic journey back…

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The Mascots of Morey’s: A History Part V

June 3, 2011 by tsamson in History

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Makings of a Mascot Each of our mascots has been a journey in concept and design. Even Sunny went through rounds of revisions that weren’t quite right before we found our fun-loving seagull. I was digging through the archives when I found “Tourist Seagull.” He seems to…

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The Bielings Art Gallery

May 30, 2011 by tsamson in History

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The Mascots of Morey’s: A History Part IV

May 20, 2011 by tsamson in History

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Through Percy and Sam to Hydro and Bubbles, we finally arrived at our goofy and fun-loving mascots, Curley Fry and Sunny C. Gull.The original idea behind having a seagull as a mascot sprang from the popularity of Curley fries and the infamous (and sometimes aggressive) appetite of…

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The Mascots of Morey’s: A History Part III

Long after Percy the Pelican and shortly after Safe Sam, came this cheerful duo.Hydro and Bubbles were introduced in the early 90’s as part of an advertising and marketing campaign. Hydro represented speed and intensity while Bubbles was all about fun and happiness. They used to…

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The Mascots of Morey’s: A History Part II

After Percy the Pelican‘s tragic demise and the Morey’s dissolution of their Raging Waters partnerships in Salt Lake City, which Morey Development of New Jersey operated from the early 1980s until December 1992 along with yet another Raging Waters in San Jose, our Raging…

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The Mascots of Morey’s: A History Part I

Before Sunny C. Gull and Curley Fry, Morey’s Piers had a few other crazy characters running around, posing for photos and making kids smile (or cower in terror if you’re one of those kids who are traumatized by giant animals waddling around awkwardly).Long before my time,…

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Why……“it”

I have been asked on several occasions just that…..Why “it” for the name of our newest attraction.Well, to tell you the truth, “it’s” a bit complicated, but here is my best shot at explaining “it.”  “its” a bit of a long story so I am also attaching a memo from one of…

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Our True Colors

June 18, 2010 by tsamson in History

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Summer is in full swing, and we’ve recruited over 1,500 seasonal candidates from the US and across the globe to work at our piers and waterparks.When you’re visiting the piers, make sure to check out our nametags; they list our home cities and countries. You might meet Steve in…

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Farewell to the Golden Nugget

On a frigid cold day in January we said good bye to the Golden Nugget with over 1,100 guests, countless memories and tons of pictures. Here are some of those memories:The Golden Nugget was one of those great attractions. It was a joint venture of two giants of the industry, John Allen of…

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