Sea Isle City declares: 'We're Ready'

After Sandy devastated most of the state's coastal towns, Sea Isle City is making it known that they haven't missed a beat. The town's business

The town's business leaders are making the announcement

The town's business leaders are making the announcement in a big way.

WEEHAWKEN - After Sandy devastated most of the state’s coastal towns, Sea Isle City is making it known that it has’t missed a beat.

The town’s business leaders wanted to do something big to shed the notion that every single Shore town has been wiped out by Sandy. They’ve taken out a huge billboard announcing “We’re Ready” set atop the entrance to the Lincoln Tunnel.

The Cape May County town’s Chamber of Commerce is footing the $15,000 monthly cost of maintaining the billboard.

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