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Horizon BCBSNJ Facebook Sweepstakes Celebrates Jersey Shore Recovery from Superstorm Sandy
Date:6/20/2013

Newark, NJ (PRWEB) June 20, 2013

There is no better way to support the recovery of New Jersey Shore communities than spending a week’s vacation in a house down the shore. To support the Jersey Shore recovery, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey, the state’s oldest and largest health insurer, is going to give one lucky family a free week in a beautiful Lavallette shore house just steps off the boardwalk this August.

The sweepstakes is open to all New Jersey residents, 25 or older.* Residents can enter by visiting the Horizon BCBSNJ Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/HorizonBCBSNJ from today through July 21, 2013.

Helping launch the sweepstakes is the Horizon Blimp, an iconic part of a Jersey Shore summer. The Horizon Blimp returns for its 16th annual engagement on its Back to the Boardwalk tour.

This year, the Horizon Blimp will devote a part of its schedule to surveying, documenting, and celebrating the recovery efforts from its “blimp-eye” view.

“Superstorm Sandy may have knocked around our beloved shore communities, but it also brought out the super strong spirit of the people of the Jersey Shore,” said Christopher M. Lepre, Senior Vice President, Market Business Units, at Horizon BCBSNJ. “As the state’s largest health insurer, many of our employees and members live in towns that were affected by Sandy, so our company has a personal connection to the recovery of these communities.”

The Back to the Boardwalk sweepstakes was launched at a special ceremony today, on the rebuilt Lavallette Boardwalk, with representatives of Horizon BCBSNJ, Lavallette Mayor Walter G. LaCicero, Lavallette business owners, including local realtor Matthew Schlosser, as well as Melissa Hensley from Choose New Jersey, Inc., a non-profit corporation whose mission is to encourage and nurture economic growth throughout
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