A Note From the Executive Director of the New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism

“The Division of Travel and Tourism would like to express its concern during this time of great need to the businesses in the tourism community that have been effected by Hurricane Sandy. The relationship between the tourism industry and the state of New Jersey has been and will continue to be strong and proactive, especially during this time of devastation.
 
With the unwavering support of Governor Chris Christie and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno, we remain a conduit and support to the tourism industry. New Jersey has a unique story to tell and we will continue to show the world how resilient our great state is as we begin to rebuild a bigger and better community together,” Grace Hanlon, Executive Director of the New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism.

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