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Tourism Leaders Say NJ Must Fight Misconceptions About Sandy

  • Aired: 03/22/2013
  • 02:52
  • Rating: NR
While some parts of New Jersey were devastated by Hurricane Sandy, other areas -- including Atlantic City -- were not hugely impacted by the storm. Tourism leaders say they must get the word out that they're open for business.
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