Atlantic City Declares “Jersey Shore” Day: Cast Honored as Legends

Atlantic City has just declared September 22 as “Jersey Shore” Day, cementing the cast’s status as legends in New Jersey. The mayor, Marty Small, honored eight members of the cast during a ceremony outside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, officially legitimizing “Jersey Shore” Day, also known as “Jerzday.”

Jersey Shore cast
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The ceremony drew a crowd of enthusiastic fans, waving Italian flags and proudly displaying posters of their favorite “JS” stars like Snooki, Vinny, and JWoww. All eight cast members from the current “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” were in attendance, including Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino, Pauly D, Angelica Pivarnik, Deena Cortese, and Sammi “Sweetheart” Giancola.

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Mayor Small explained the reason behind honoring the cast, stating, “Because in the last 15 years, this group has made New Jersey proud with strength, perseverance, family values, gym, tan, laundry.”

It’s clear that the Mayor recognizes the impact the show has had on the city, as the spin-off “Family Vacation” recently filmed in Atlantic City. The “JS” cast is overjoyed that their legacy will now be forever celebrated in a place that is so special to them. Congratulations!

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