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NJ Hall Of Fame's Mobile Museum

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New Jersey is home to a lot of famous people and the Garden State’s Hall of Fame is now on a promotional mobile tour!

Inside the massive trailers you can find information and memorabilia from people like: Buzz Aldrin, Tony Bennett, Mary Higgins Clark and Jack Nicholson.

In 2014, Jersey’s own Joe Piscopo will be inducted into the Hall of Fame and he couldn’t be more excited.

“Ya know it’s an honor, it’s a true honor. When you look at the wall here at the mobile museum Hall of Fame, I don’t know what I’m doing here. We’re excited to be able to bring the museum here and when I look on the wall I see Frank Sinatra and Bill Bradley, Buzz Aldrin, Yogi Berra, and Jack Nicholson and then for me to be among that group is humbling,” Piscopo said.

Piscopo will be inducted on January 14th at the Newark Museum. “It’s a big event, I’m telling you great new Jerseyians from Mr. Ray Chambers and Bill Parcells and in memory of Whitney Houston it will be a great event. Sponsorship is needed and it goes to the children to help educate everyone on how great this state is. Ya know, it will help keep people in this state, ya know when the kids see how great it is they will be like I can be like these guys,” Piscopo said.

70 notable people have been inducted into New Jersey’s Hall of Fame from 15 different fields since 2008.


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