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Woodbridge Center Hosting 'Prom Jam'

From Woodbridge Center:

High School students in pursuit of capturing the spirit of the Prom Season, as well as the latest trends, will find it all this year at Woodbridge Center’s Prom Jam. With more than 15 specialty fashion and accessories shops, hairstylists and make-up artists, Woodbridge Center will showcase the best of the best during Prom Jam on Saturday, March 15, 2014, from 12pm-6pm.


Prom Jam festivities kick off at noon with live entertainment, mall prizes, a Prom Jam free photo booth and numerous retailer displays.  Prom Jam also will showcase two action-packed fashion shows at 1pm and 4pm, each displaying the newest in prom and after-prom fashions from exclusive Woodbridge Center retailers.  Fashion shows will be hosted by FM radio co-host Vinnie Medugno and a surprise guest to be named. Students from nearby high schools also will participate by modeling and showcasing the trendiest and hottest prom fashions of today. 

To add to the days’ activities, Woodbridge Center will welcome several performers to the Prom Jam stage including American Idol season 13 contestant and Jersey Girl Stephanie Marie Hanvey; and rising Pop sensation Starling Glow.  And of course Jersey-born and bred dance machines and musicians “TO BE ONE” Madison Alamia, 15, Mikey Fusco, 14,  and Jason Smith, 14. The group first flaunted their talents as part of the youngest dance crew ever to appear on the MTV series America’s Best Dance Crew —Season 6. Fans will have the opportunity to meet and greet their favorite celebs after our 4pm Prom Jam fashion show.


“We want to provide teens with the latest prom tips and trends in an entertaining and fun way” says David Albertson, senior marketing manager, Woodbridge Center.  Prom Jam combines all of the elements important to teens – fashion, retailer deals, music and fun with friends – and it’s all free and under one roof!”


For more information on Prom Jam visit www.woodbridgecenter.com.


Tom Maras March 14, 2014 at 08:13 AM
For those that may not know it, the Woodbridge Community Center was closed for at least a day and a half, owing to high levels of methane gas. That fact was reported to News 12 NJ and the Home News Tribune (HNT). The story, as covered by Sergio Biacho of the HNT is available at the following link: http://www.mycentraljersey.com/article/20140313/NJNEWS/303130023/Woodbridge-Community-Center-reopens-after-methane-leak My upcoming Patch blog, Maras on Matters of Opinion, will provide more information and commentary on this very important story. A story that should be of great concern to every person using or visiting the Woodbridge Community Center, especially parents of children who are in the Center on a frequent basis.


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