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PLEASE CORRECT THE RECORD AFTER SUPER STORM SANDY ABOUT THE FAMED ATLANTIC CITY BOARDWALK

News Crews are Invited to the AC Boardwalk which is NOT Damaged and is Opening New Attractions, Nightclubs and Restaurants for Memorial Day Weekend

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (May 17, 2013) – /PRNewswire/ – Since Super Storm Sandy hit the Jersey Shore in October 2012, Atlantic City has battled the misperception that the famed Boardwalk was destroyed in the storm. Due to the storm’s track, Atlantic City’s tourism district suffered minimal damage. People mistakenly believe that the damaged boardwalks and amusement piers they saw on broadcast news programs were in Atlantic City, which is not true. Atlantic City is open for business.

Memorial Day Weekend ushers in a host of new restaurants, attractions and nightclubs including:

About Atlantic City
From sandals to stilettos and foie gras to funnel cakes, Atlantic City offers something for everyone. Enjoy world-class entertainment, dining, shopping, gaming, relaxing on the beach and strolling the historic Boardwalk in the city created to escape the city. For more information visit www.doatlanticcity.com or:

The Atlantic City Alliance was established in 2011 as a private, not-for-profit corporation whose primary mission is to develop and implement a full-scale, broad-based, multi-year marketing program for Atlantic City.

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Skyline – Bob Krist
Skyline – Bob Krist
Atlantic City's Steel Pier
Atlantic City's Steel Pier
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Boardwalk Close Up – Ed Salvato

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