The 2015 OPA Awards Banquet will be held on February 7th 2015
2015 OPA Winter Awards Banquet
November 25, 2014
Please join us on February 7th, 2015 at 7:00 pm for the 2015 OPA Awards Banquet. The Banquet is being held at the Oyster Creek Inn located in Leeds Point, NJ which is conveniently located 20 minutes from Atlantic City. (41 Oyster Creek Rd, Leeds Point, NJ 08220)
This year's National Champions are: Cat Can Do, Cleveland Construction, Tug It, GB Racing, Bye Pole Her, Bat Boat, Wazzup, Simmons Marine, Team 505 CISCO, 702BatBoat.com/Early Detection Racing & Hauling Trash.
The Stugots Cup will be returning to New Jersey as the High Points Champion is Team 505 CISCO.
An email is being sent to the team owners to submit their entry of crew member for the “Jimmy Welsh Trophy.”
"Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives" heads to the Oyster Creek Inn
October 10, 2014
Host Guy Fieri and his “Triple-D” production crew visited the Oyster Creek Inn Restaurant in Leeds Point, NJ for the episode titled "Oldies but Goodies". This episode will be aired this Friday on the Food Network at 10pm EST.
Oyster Creek Inn is a family owned seafood restaurant in Leeds Point, NJ. Bill Kupple is the owner and which is ran by his sons, Jason (Manager) and Scott (Head Chef). It has been home to many of the Jersey Boyz Crew. The Kupple family has supported OPA Racing for many years. This past season, Oyster Creek Inn was a contributing sponsor of the Atlantic City Offshore Grand Prix and continues to open their door for the annual OPA Winter Awards Banquet.
House Specialties include: Grilled Fish & Steaks, Pasta's, Scallops, Shrimp & Crab Cakes which really are South Jersey's Best. The Chef also creates a Nightly Special Menu. We offer a Full Service Bar with a variety of draft & bottled beers. They also offer a nice selection of wines from around the world.....
THE GIFT OF LIFE..... MAKE A DIFFERENCE For GARY ROEBEN
October 10, 2014
GARY ROEBEN, owner of Rogers Speed Shop, formerly of Mantaloking and now in Garwood, NJ for 40 years...and a former renowned power boat racer at the Jersey Shore, is in need this Christmas.
GARY, 67, a Marine and a veteran of the Vietnam War and some of the worst battles of the 1967 era, has recently discovered that he is in immediate need of a KIDNEY TRANSPLANT. Kidney transplants are the most common form of organ transplants and the highest success rate.
Gary's family is expanding their network of friends, relatives and acquaintances in search of a truly altruistic donor. Blood type is no longer an issue with transplants. The donor should be under age 60 and in overall good health. Gender does not matter. It is a lot to ask of a person, but there are many truly well-spirited people in Ocean County, this state and country. You may not be able to give but you never know if you might know someone somewhere!
Gary's insurance will pay all costs for the donor, testing, operation and any other transplant related meds which may be nothing than other than discomfort meds. Most donors are in the hospital 3 days, maximum 4, and okay to go home. With a week's rest they return to work.....