N.J. TOURISM REVENUE SETS RECORD IN 2014

New Jersey tourism revenue set a record last year, generating $42.1 billion in economic impact for the state. Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno delivered the news on Thursday at the annual Conference on Tourism, that state tourism revenues were up by  3.8 percent over the year before. Cape May County registered the largest spending increase of all shore counties of 5.5 percent. Tourism spending in Cape May County totaled $5.8 billion, second only to Atlantic County at $7.1 billion. Ocean County was in third with more than $4.3 billion spent in tourism dollars.

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