Despite a lackluster year at the Jersey Shore, Governor Chris Christie wants to cut the state’s tourism promotion budget using Hurricane Sandy federal dollars from $25 million last year to just $5 million this year. The Associated Press reports that the same company, MWW, has a three year contract to handle the tourism promotional efforts. Last year’s campaign was widely criticized for starting too late after summer vacations had already been booked.
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