While not everyone is ready for summer to be winding down, tourism officials are already working on promoting the fall. The Cape May County Tourism Department is already pushing their Boomerang campaign, which promotes fall events and reasons for visitors to come back again. Many of those events are listed at fallforthejerseycape.com. Cape May County Tourism Director Diane Wieland told Coastal Broadcasting that of all the tourism related spending in the county roughly 16 to 18 percent of it is made in the fall.
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