Super-storm Sandy ravaged the Jersey shore. The beach erosion was devastating. Properties were damaged or destroyed. Come this Memorial Day, Sandy will be a distant memory for many, but they could be reminded just how horrific the storm was if they can't find a place to rent at the shore this summer.
They became overnight sensations. They forever changed the letters GTL, DTF and altered the meaning of the word grenade forever. Of course, we're talking about Jersey Shore, the popular MTV reality show that took the world by storm beginning in 2009.
We all know that shore revenue is an important part of New Jersey's overall tourism economy. But what about the state's historic sites? Some experts say the Garden State struggles to capitalize on heritage tourism.
Ocean County's tourism dollars are nearing unprecedented heights - nearly $4,000,000,000 in 2011, according to state figures obtained by county Freeholder Joe Vicari. That's third in the state, behind Atlantic City and Cape May
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