Our EWR Airport parking company is excited to announce that beginning this month, the New Jersey Hall of Fame will launch a state-of-the-art exhibition of its inductees at Newark Liberty International Airport. The organization will showcase these inductees using posters, videos, and hologram units in order to inspire travelers who pass through the airport.
In a Metropolitan Airport News article, Governor Christie said, “New Jersey Hall of Fame inductees, people who we are most proud of in this state, have made significant and vitally important contributions to our state’s quality of life, our society in general and to the world.”
EWR’s Terminal B and Terminal C will feature holograms of astronaut Mark Kelly and international recording artist Wyclef Jean – two NJHOF inductees. These units will feature questions and recorded answers to allow participants to learn more about each individual.
“This new exhibition will welcome domestic and international travelers to our State, giving them the opportunity to learn more about who we are in New Jersey and our state’s history, and it will further instill a sense of Jersey Pride for all New Jersey residents,” said Christie in the same article.
Over the last several years, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey has been working to modernize and improve its facilities and with this exhibition, it can give locals and visitors alike a unique, inspirational experience.
The NJHOF project will be completed in installations beginning with two hologram units this month and three more by the end of March. The poster campaign and the video monitors will be completed by the end of spring and travelers will be able to enjoy the wall of fame by fall.
About the New Jersey Hall of Fame
The NJHOF is a non-profit organization that’s designed to honor individuals from the state of New Jersey who have made significant contributions to mankind. From the website: “The people we celebrate have overcome every imaginable obstacle and challenge. They have survived war, overcome the bleakness of poverty, conquered fear and disability and rebounded from untold rejections and failure. Their stories offer boundless hope and inspiration for millions of New Jerseyans. People just like you.”
Some notable NJHOF inductees include:
- Thomas Edison
- Toni Morrison
- Albert Einstein
- Buzz Aldrin
- Jon Bon Jovi
- Michael Douglas
- Bruce Springsteen
- Susan Sarandon
- Tony Bennett
- Yogi Berra
- Jack Nicholson
- Queen Latifa
*Photo courtesy of njhalloffame.org