Stuart & Jay Podolsky Rename the Johnny Cash Suite to the Governor's Suite to Honor Governor Chris Christie

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The owners of the Berkeley Hotel Stuart and Jay Podolsky rename a suite in their Asbury Park Hotel to celebrate the re-election of the Governor Christie of the New Jersey.

We decided to rename our largest suite to the Governor's Suite to honor Governor Christie.

To celebrate the re-election of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie for a second term, real estate developers Stuart & Jay Podolsky owners of the Berkeley Carteret Hotel in Asbury Park, NJ decided to rename their famed suite known as the Johnny Cash Suite at their hotel to the Governor's Suite.

"We have been supporters to the Governor and we are extremely pleased with the election results, so we decided to rename our largest suite to the Governor's suite to honor our Governor and hopefully presidential candidate in the future," noted Stuart Podolsky.

About the Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel
With stunning views of the Atlantic, the Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel is a stunning boutique hotel in Asbury Park, New Jersey. The hotel combines classic architecture with cutting-edge design to create a unique place to stay. The large ballroom includes a crystal chandelier and large windows with stunning ocean views. Visitors can choose a king or queen room or a king suites, all with generous amenities, including luxurious bedding, 32-inch HDTVs, mp3 docking stations, and wireless Internet. Beyond the rooms, the Berkeley Oceanfront Hotel boasts a fitness center, seasonal outdoor poor with oversized Tiki Bar and private cabanas, and the Dauphin Grille, a bistro serving seasonal fare by the sea. Asbury Park is home to the legendary Stone Pony, the club that launched Bruce Springsteen, and a newly restored boardwalk.

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