Epic First-Ever Tug-of-War to Take Place Over Manasquan Inlet
For the first time ever at the Jersey Shore, witness tug-of-war battles over the Manasquan Inlet!
Introducing the Manasquan Inlet Inter Coastal Tug Saturday, October 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. It's brought to you by Jersey Mike's.
The Point will be representing Monmouth County on the Manasquan side, and our sister station 105.7 The Hawk will be holding it down for Ocean County on the Pt. Pleasant Beach side.
Teams of 25-plus will compete on each side of the inlet in Manasquan and Pt. Pleasant Beach. 400-feet of water will separate the two teams as they they test their strength using a massive 1,200-foot rope.
While the heats are taking place, enjoy an entire day of live music, drinks, food trucks and more on both sides on the Manasquan.
The Manasquan Inlet Inter Coastal Tug was designed to raise money for the Manasquan and Pt. Pleasant Beach Township Recreation Departments.
Manasquan vs. Pt. Pleasant Beach, Monmouth vs. Ocean. Mayors for both towns are excited and confident in their towns.
Manasquan Mayor Edward Donovan said in a press release:
The challenge is on! This is going to be a great event at a unique venue. Not only does the Manasquan River and Inlet divide Point Pleasant Beach and Manasquan, it also separates Monmouth and Ocean Counties. Let the games begin! Come to Manasquan to root us on!
Pt. Pleasant Beach Mayor Stephen Reid commented:
While Manasquan might be confident in their chances, we fully expect Point Pleasant Beach to come out ahead. This brand-new and exciting event should be a great addition to the fall calendar and we’re very much looking forward to a Point Pleasant Beach victory.
Want to be a part of history? The event committee is looking for volunteers to help assist both in the lead-up to the event and during the event itself. Reach out to Geoff Brown at email@example.com.
Calling all vendors! This is your chance to be in front of thousands! Email ManasquanIntercoastalTug@gmail.com.
For event updates, check out @manasquanintercoastaltug on social media, and visit manasquanintercoastaltug.com.
Here's a look at what to expect!
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