TUESDAY REMINDER – ASSEMBLY TOURISM & ARTS PANEL TO HOLD HEARING IN CAPE MAY ON NEW JERSEY TOURISM INDUSTRY CONCERNS

Committee to meet Tuesday in Cape May Court House

Assembly Tourism and Arts Chairman Matthew W. Milam on Thursday announced the committee will hold a hearing in Cape May on Tuesday to hear from the tourism industry on the future of tourism in New Jersey and its impact on businesses. The Assembly Tourism and Arts Committee hearing will be held at 11 a.m., Tuesday May 4 at William E. Sturm Administration Building at 4 Moore Rd. in Cape May Court House.

“We will hear directly from New Jersey’s tourism industry about destination marketing and the future of tourism in this state and what that would mean for businesses,” said Milam (D-Cumberland/Atlantic/Cape May). “This is especially important for our shore communities and regions like Cape May that rely heavily on tourism for job creation and economic development. Our statewide economy cannot succeed with a vibrant tourism industry.”

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