There is another effort to show that many sections of the Jersey Shore are open for business following the devastation left behind from Hurricane Sandy. The Jersey Shore Convention and Visitors Bureau’s website will soon feature a way for tourists to search for open businesses in every shore municipality. The website is visitthejerseyshore.com. New Jersey spends $8.5 million to promote tourism while Pennsylvania spends $32.5 million.
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