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The 13th annual Holiday Express Clambake is going virtual this year. Please help support the non-profit organization from the comfort of your own backyard on Sunday, September 13th at 7PM. Enjoy an evening of virtual ocean breezes, entertainment from Holiday Express musicians, a look back at unforgettable past performances, cooking and cocktail demonstrations, and great items in our silent auction, hosted live by Holiday Express founder, Tim McLoone!

Together, while apart, Holiday Express needs your help. 27 years later, Tim McLoone and Holiday Express continue to deliver music, food, gifts, financial support, and friendship to those with the greatest need for the gift of human kindness during the holiday season and throughout the year.

During the 2020 season, Holiday Express will provide a virtual party for 100 locations. Holiday Express “visits” the mentally and physically challenged, the isolated, individuals in addiction and recovery programs, the poor and the homeless and children with serious illnesses.

Proceeds from the Clambake will be used to improve the quality of life for 27,000 individuals who have come to depend on us. While these individuals will experience Holiday Express in a different manner, we are fully committed to providing holiday fun for all, including great holiday music and the dance party atmosphere that are unique to Holiday Express. Additionally, the men, women and children will all receive the customized duffle bag filled with essential personal items that are a signature part of the Holiday Express program.

Sponsorship opportunities are available for the Sunset Benefit Clambake. Please contact Holiday Express for more information at 732-544-8010 or at [email protected]

Hope to “see” you on September 13th! No rain date required as sunshine and good times are 100% guaranteed!

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