Friday, December 21, 2012

Strength in Unity Mural To Be Auctioned for Hurricane Sandy Victims

David Macomber and Morey’s Piers Auction Mural for Hurricane Sandy Relief


Less than a week ago, local artist David Macomber spent a day at Morey’s Piers creating an 8’ x 20’ mixed, medium mural symbolizing the strength and unity of New Jersey communities affected by Hurricane Sandy in October.

After seeing the widespread devastation along the Jersey Shore, Macomber wanted to create something that would raise awareness as well as funds to benefit those affected.

“The ideas of STRENGTH in UNITY are important to me and are what I want to express in this piece,” said Macomber. “In these trying times we need to come together to help the larger community. The shore is what drives our economy so it affects us all,” he added.

Macomber has separated the mural into 30 pieces which will each be auctioned off starting Monday, December 24. All proceeds will be donated to to benefit New Jersey shore towns that were devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

For more information and to find out how you can bid on a piece of the mural, please visit


About Morey’s Piers

Morey’s Piers, located on the boardwalk in the Wildwoods, New Jersey is a classic seaside amusement park, family owned and operated since 1969. Voted the third best seaside amusement park in the world by Amusement Today, Morey’s Piers has over 100 rides and attractions spanning over eighteen acres along six beach blocks and includes three amusement piers and two beachfront waterparks. Convenient to the major population centers of the Northeast, yet a world apart, Morey’s Piers along with Morey Resorts combines the pure joy of an amusement park, the sights and sounds of a classic boardwalk, outstanding accommodations, together with the rhythm of beach life. Visit them at Surfside Pier, featuring the Ocean Oasis Waterpark and Beach Club at 25th Avenue, Mariner’s Landing Pier, featuring Raging Waters Waterpark at Schellenger Avenue, and Adventure Pier at Spencer Avenue. For more information, visit or phone (609) 522-3900.

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