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Williamstown Launches Website

Williamstown, N.J., has launched a new website to inform people—from residents to developers—about the town. The site (growwithwilliamstown.com) reflects the latest branding and logo for the suburb.

“This new website showcases the growth and prosperity of our town,” says Mayor Daniel P. Teefy. “The main navigational sections of the site outline who we are, where we are and what incentives are offered to ease the new business process here in Williamstown.”

Haddonfield Labeled Beautiful Downtown

Haddonfield, N.J., is a picturesque town—and now the whole state of New Jersey will be able to see that with their own eyes. 

New Jersey Monthly selected downtown Haddonfield as the area to grace its September cover for the “Our Favorite Downtowns” article. 

Keansburg Named Affordable Beach Town

New Jersey beaches have received much praise this year—Keansburg, N.J., is the latest town to be honored.

REALTOR Magazine—the official magazine of the National Association of Realtors—recently released their “Cheapest Beach Towns in America, list and placed Keansburg as No. 8, with a median list price for beachfront property of $140,000. The magazine looked at areas with a population of at least 1,000 to come up with their top 10 list.

Keansburg Unveils New Website

The Borough of Keansburg, N.J., recently revealed its new branding, logo and website with Lieutenant Governor of New Jersey Kim Guadagno and other public officials during an opening event for the area’s newest restaurant—La Playa.

The branding initiative was designed to allow viewers to instantly recognize Keansburg—a square-mile coastal town. The website provides easily accessible information to residents, businesses and visitors.

Philly Mayor Honored with Life Sciences Award

Last week, on Tuesday, May 12, the Greater Philadelphia Life Sciences Congress, a division of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau, celebrated Philadelphia’s life science and hospitality industries.

Mayoral Candidates Forum

All seven Philadelphia mayoral candidates recently met to discuss the challenges and opportunities in the travel and tourism industry.

The candidates met during the Mayoral Candidates Forum on Hospitality and Tourism, hosted by five major tourism industry organizations at the Independence Visitor Center in Philadelphia. The organizations were the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Greater Philadelphia Hotel Association, the Independence Visitor Center Corporation, the Pennsylvania Convention Center Authority and Visit Philadelphia.

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