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I am so excited and very thankful to be working with the Monmouth County SPCA! This is a great opportunity for all of us to come together and help save thousands of homeless animals in New Jersey...

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On November 27th, the Saturday after Thanksgiving, you are invited to take a polar plunge off the coast of Belmar. The event will take place at D'Jais and on the beach across the street from D'jais - 1801 Ocean Ave, Belmar NJ. The day will be filled with food, fun, music, and Monmouth County SPCA adoptables. Dogs are welcomed to join guests and plungers on the party deck outside of D'Jais. It's important to note, dogs will not be allowed to plunge in the ocean, maybe next year. FREE dog bandanas will also be available at registration. All funds raised will support the Monmouth County SPCA!

Saturday, November 27th - EVENT DETAILS:

  • 10 am - Registration Opens
  • 10 am-Noon - Pre-Plunge Party at D'Jais
  • 12:30 pm - Doggy Paddle Polar Plunge
  • 1:30 pm - Awards & Recognition
  • 2-3 pm - After Plunge Party

Keep scrolling to learn more about registration and incentives...

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Most importantly, after you register, the more funds you raise, the more incentives you receive. Thanks to the Monmouth County SPCA, you will be able to win limited edition merchandise like sweatshirts, beach towels, beanies, apple watches, and more! I will also be there on the 27th with your chance to win tickets to fantastic 2022 concerts. Let's make the Monmouth County SPCA's first annual Doggy Paddle Polar Plunge a MASSIVE success. Register below...

CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR REGISTRATION STARTED!

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