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NJ TRANSIT Customers Get $10 off the GSFF Weekend Pass |
The 12th Annual Garden State Film Festival rolls into Atlantic City April 3-6, 2014. The event offers more than 180 films from 16 countries, parties, seminars and an open casting call. Meet and greet filmmakers, celebrities and noted guests such as Ed Asner, Laura Dern, Diane Ladd, Bebe Neuwirth and New Jersey's Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno.
A long-time collaboration between the Garden State Film Festival and NJ TRANSIT yields a special offer for NJ TRANSIT customers. Go to www.njtransit.com and click on the Garden State Film Festival marquee to purchase a discounted Garden State Film Festival Weekend Pass for $50, a $10 savings. Customers can also display their NJ TRANSIT ticket, pass or fare receipt at any of the festival box offices and receive the discount (offer does not include NJ TRANSIT transportation). This weekend pass provides access to almost all events (Thursday night benefit and Sunday Black Tie Awards Dinner are ticketed separately and can be purchased at www.gsff.org).
The Garden State Film Festival is an attraction all on its own with events planned in Resorts Casino Hotel, the Trump Taj Mahal, the Chelsea Hotel and Dante Hall. Visit www.gsff.org for additional festival information. Go to www.njtransit.com for rail and bus schedule and fare information.
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