Retro Roadmap Diner Photo Exhibit in Wildwood, NJ July 2010
Posted on: June 28, 2010
For Immediate Release: Retro Roadmap Photographer Exhibits in Wildwood, NJ
Beth Lennon, owner of RetroRoadmap.com, will have her photos of vintage New Jersey diners on exhibit throughout the month of July at The Doo Wop Experience in Wildwood, NJ.
June 28, 2010 – Beth Lennon of Phoenixville, PA is proud to announce that a selection of her photos of southern New Jersey vintage diners will be on display in Wildwood, NJ throughout the month of July. The exhibit will be at The Doo Wop Experience in celebration of their ‘Manufactured Diner Month’.
Beth aka Mod Betty is the owner of RetroRoadmap.com – a travel blog dedicated to all things retro, vintage and mod. The website includes Ms. Lennon’s photos and experiences from her travels across the U.S. visiting ‘cool old places’. Her photographs are quickly gaining popularity across the world wide web and have can be found on Consumerist.com, Schmap.com, CaribbeanMotel.com. They’ve also been used by world famous cartoonist Dan Goodsell.
The Doo Wop Experience is located across from the Wildwoods Convention Center at Ocean Avenue between Burk and Montgomery Avenues in Wildwood, NJ. The exhibit is free to the public and is open Tuesday – Sunday from 10 am to noon and 5 to 10pm. For more information: http://www.doowopusa.org.
For more information about Retro Roadmap, go to: www.RetroRoadmap.com. You can contact Beth at: email@example.com.
As we’d say at home, I’m WICKED EXCITED about the first Retro Roadmap photo exhibit, and totally psyched to have it at the fabulous Doo Wop Experience on Ocean Avenue in Wildwood NJ – housed in the refurbished space age looking 1960’s era Surfside restaurant building!
This photogenic destination in itself is located directly across from the entrance to the Wildwood boardwalk and my photos will be on display along with their classic vintage neon signs and classic 50’s decor.
The photos highlight some of the quickly vanishing vintage diners in southern New Jersey. The historic diner has been listed on Preservation New Jersey’s 10 Most Endangered Historic Sites in New Jersey for 2010.
Retro Roadmap is thrilled to partner with the Doo Wop Preservation League to raise awareness of these classic structures, and hope that our photos will encourage visitors to check the diners out on their way to – or from -the Jersey Shore.