Who Doesn’t Love Fireworks & Carnivals? There is fun for all ages this week at the Mt. Olive Carnival in Turkeybrook Park. Plenty of rides, games, food and festivities. Tonight join them for the Antique Car Show and tomorrow for Mt. Olive’s Legendary Fireworks. One thing about Mt. Olive, is they know how to put on an event and host a party. The town really puts their all into it. I feel that in most recent years it is partly due to high energy and enthusiasm that Mayor Robert Greenbaum and his staff put in their events.
Salerno Duane INFINITI and The Salerno Duane Auto Group are very happy to be participating. Carnivals and Festivals come every year, but as the author of this blog and personally growing up in Mt. Olive, I feel that 2013 is a significant year in Mt. Olive Township. Over the past year between Hurricane Sandy along with a few other local tragedies. Mayor Rob Greenbaum and his staff have personally been there to see their town and the individual families through their times of sorrow. When asked to participate in this year’s carnival, Salerno Duane was all to pleased to celebrate the strength and exuberance that Mt. Olive Township possess and puts forth.
If you have nothing to do this weekend, why not get in the car and head out to beautiful Turkey Brook Park in Mt. Olive (just off Routes 80, 46 & 206) and help Mt. Olive celebrate and create fond memories that will live on in all of their children?
by Mitch Kalmus Digital Operations Manager, The Salerno Duane Auto Group & Proud Mt. Olive Alumni