Hotels seen as way to help build tourism in New Jersey

02/18/2008 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

A push is on to build tourism in Gloucester County, N.J., by building new hotels, but some wonder whether the plan will work. Tourism advocates say they can sell the region as a great place to stay that has easy access to Philadelphia and Atlantic City, and a 74-room Hampton Inn and a 64-room Holiday Inn Express are planned.

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