There are tight marketing budgets in the aftermath of Sandy, but some tourism officials in Monmouth and Ocean counties plan to use their website to tell potential visitors that the Jersey Shore is open for business.
Many residents of Ocean County's Northern Barrier Island will be able to spend the night home for the first time since Superstorm Sandy hit. However, others are returning to massive renovation projects.
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The Monmouth Ocean Development Council's annual business survey serves as a yearly gauge of the shore's commerce leader's goals and obstacles, but this year Hurricane Sandy shifted the focus from what mattered throughout the year to what matters moving forward.
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