Red Bank nonprofits move to downtown site

By ROI-NJ Staff
Red Bank | Sep 4, 2018 at 11:53 am

A pair of Red Bank business and tourism nonprofits have moved to a new location downtown, they announced Tuesday.

Red Bank RiverCenter and Red Bank VisitorsCenter will now be located in a street-level office at 140 Broad St., bringing the two organizations to the main thoroughfare downtown. The RiverCenter will be open Monday through Friday, while the VisitorsCenter will be open seven days a week.

“It is thrilling to relocate to a space that provides street-level presence and increases RiverCenter’s access to integral members of the Red Bank community,” James Scavone, executive director of the RiverCenter, said in a prepared statement. “Our friends and colleagues at the VisitorsCenter will also have a weekday and weekend home at 140 Broad St. Previously, an off-site, weekend welcome center was set up at the Monmouth Arts offices at the Count Basie Center for the Arts. We are most grateful for the hospitality and partnership with these two Red Bank not-for-profits, and look forward to all that is to come at our new location.”

The VisitorsCenter will continue to operate at the Red Bank Farmers Market on Sundays in the Red Bank Galleria parking lot, it noted.

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