Jul 18, 2007
RADIO NEWS DIRECTORS, PODCASTERS, AUDIO PRODUCERS NOTE: WB Resorts Development is planning a $175 million hotel and indoor waterpark complex on the North Wildwood boardwalk at the site of the Seaport Village Pier. The 90,000 square foot indoor waterpark on the pier, and 425-room hotel on the west side of the boardwalk, will help transform North Wildwood from a seasonal destination to a year-round family resort. (See related press release on this RSS Feed or in our online press room. For radio stations and other audio productions, we provide the following audio actualities for your unlimited use in newscasts, news programs, podcasts, and any other audio venues. BILLBOARD WBR-Weiner1: Weiner describes the indoor waterpark/hotel resort. 00:21, Outcue: ...16 stories in height WBR-Weiner2: Weiner describes the jobs the project will create 00:14, Outcue: ...16 to 18 months. WBR-Weiner3: WB Resorts is very pleased with Council vote. 00:21 , Outcue: ...as a matter of fact, unanimously. WBR-Weiner4: Weiner explains how the project will progress from now, and When it will be up and running. 00:17, Outcue: ...in the spring of 2010. WBR-Weiner5 Weiner says the project will be "first class," and mentions the theme. (ENDS HARD) 00:08, Outcue: ...pirate theme. WBR-Weiner6 Weiner describes how the seasonal nature of Wildwood gets transformed by the project into a year round resort destination and will help the convention center. 00:36, Outcue: ...to this town. WBR-Wrap1: Steve Lubetkin describes the WB Resorts project, the city council's approval and introduces Andy Weiner of WB Resorts to explain how the project will transform North Wildwood from a summer seasonal tourist venue to a year-round family vacation destination.