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Meet one of the busiest and hardest working ladies at the Jersey Shore. It's been said that if you want something done, give it to a busy person. So, you probably should give it to Beverly Beveridge. People tell me I'm busy, but Beverly's schedule puts me, and probably you, to shame. She's been involved with radio (Tuesday Tunes at 2 on 1450 WCTC Radio in New Brunswick), and is a lifelong pianist who teaches at the Goddard School in Tinton Falls. Her PR background propelled her into promoting musicians such as Slim Chance and the Gamblers and many others. She's PR Director for FMC Productions in NY, PR for the House of Cupcakes of Princeton, winner of Cupcake Wars on Food Network; Independent Writer for Jersey Shore Restaurant and Events for Examiner.com and NAWBO-CJ; writer for examiner.com and Trip Advisor and www.visitthejerseyshore.com. Bev also works closely with the Tourism Bureau and all chambers to promote their events. See what I mean about busy? As a member of the working press, she was granted an official White House Press Pass and covered President Obama's visit to Asbury Park with Gov Christie. And somehow Bev even found the time to participate in the Wrecking Ball video with Bruce Springsteen. Other projects Beverly will share include the Jersey Girl Barefoot Sandal and some of her favorite fundraising projects. We won't say that Bev has it all, but she sure does it all! After the interview, visit After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
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