Friday, May 4, 2012

Wildwood Business Improvement District Hosts Ribbon Cutting for New Businesses and Second Annual ‘Buy Wildwood’ Downtown Trolley Tour


The Wildwoods, NJ – May 4, 2012 – The Wildwood Business Improvement District (WBID) hosted its Second Annual ‘Buy Wildwood’ Downtown Trolley Tour on Thursday, May 3 – a familiarization tour for investors, realtors and media.

The day’s events included a ribbon cutting ceremony for newly opened Pacific Avenue businesses and a guided Trolley Tour aboard Dolly the Trolley showcasing the Downtown and current investment and business opportunities. The tour concluded with complimentary drinks and appetizers at one of Downtown’s newest hot spots, Cattle ‘n Clover.

The WBID is responsible for Downtown Wildwoods’ business recruitment and promotional efforts. The Downtown is undergoing revitalization efforts that have included new streetscape with loads of curb appeal – including new banners, curbs, neon signs, streetscapes, decorative lighting, additional street furnishings and eye-catching directional signs; and has recently seen and a wave of new and expanded businesses opening their doors for the 2012 summer  shopping and dining season.

For more information about the WBID, please visit


About the Wildwood Business Improvement District

The Wildwood Business Improvement District (WBID) is a self-governing corporation that provides services to the Wildwod Business District through a self-imposed assessment. Their Board of Directors is elected by the businesses to oversee the annual report and budget. The WBID Board also works closely with the Wildwood Boardwalk Special Improvement District (WBSID) and Management Corporation for professional management services. The WBID works with the city to improve existing services to the district and provide additional enhancements and focus. Funding is created through an annual assessment on property in the district, collected by the city, but transferred and controlled by the BID. For more information about the WBID please visit or call 609-523-1602.

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