New Jersey is committed to spending $25 million in marketing dollars to help promote the Jersey Shore. That promise came from New Jersey Governor Chris Christie during a townhall meeting in Long Beach Island on Tuesday. Christie promised hundreds in attendance that the money will be spent to bring people back to the shore. The governor also told the audience that various grants and loans will still be available to New Jersey homeowners and business owners.
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