The tourism numbers through the end of Sept. in Cape May County were ahead of 2013. Cape May County Tourism Director Diane Wieland spoke at a lunch for the Greater Cape May Chamber of Commerce. Wieland told the crowd that the occupancy tax from the county was up $634,447 through the first three quarters of the year. Some of the upcoming trends to watch for in 2015 including wellness travelers and people looking for signature experiences. It is expected that tourism will continue to grow in 2015 in the county as well.