Lieutenant Governor Kim Guadagno was in Cape May Monday to promote business at the Jersey Shore.
The Lt. Governor was at the Tree House Antiques Center in cape may. The trip to Cape May is meant to show that Cape May County is open for business, and Guadagno says there are bigger plans in the works to help promote tourism at the shore in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
"Cape May beaches never closed, Atlantic County beaches never closed, they're as beautiful as they were a year ago," said Guadagno.
Plans include promotional trips by the Lt. Governor out of the state, and even into Canada, as well as using some of the federal aid money to market New Jersey.
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