TRENTON, N.J. --
Tourism revenues in New Jersey grew by $2 billion in 2004, to $32
billion, according to Secretary of Commerce Virginia Bauer.
The growth was
driven by increases in overnight leisure travel, which grew 9.5%,
according to a survey conducted for the New Jersey Office of Travel
& Tourism by the consulting firm Global Insight.
The top activity,
according to the survey, was casino gaming, which drove 42% of the
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