Bill Gelhaus of Jersey Shore Beach & Boardwalk to be featured on the History channel's popular show American Restoration

By | February 24, 2014

NJAA_logoSEASIDE HTS., New Jersey — The New Jersey Amusement Association (NJAA) is pleased to announce that “Riders of the Storm,” an episode of the History Channel’s “American Restoration” program, featuring coverage of the hurricane-damaged Jersey Shore Beach & Boardwalk, will air Tuesday, February 25, at 10:31pm EST on the History Channel.

Episode description: When a New Jersey amusement park owner brings a Hurricane Sandy damaged 1920s Haunted House Car to the shop, the pressure is on to restore a piece of history for a recovering community. With the help of Ted and new painter Niko, Rick hopes to help this wreck-on-wheels once again take some spooky spins.

Since cable companies vary, viewers are advised to check their local cable guide to see where the History channel is located. Additional information is available at

American Restoration: Riders of the Storm
Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
10:31pm Eastern
(9:31pm Central, 8:31pm Mountain,10:31pm Pacific)