Stockton Data Shows Atlantic City Had Good 2017 Overall

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ATLANTIC COUNTY, N.J. -

Atlantic City continues to show signs of an economic improvement as it looks like 2017 was an overall good year for the resort city, according to new data released from Stockton University.

Atlantic City Tourism Performance Indicators released on Monday, January 8th, by the Lloyd D. Levenson Institute of Gaming, Hospitality, and Tourism (LIGHT), showed healthy year-over-year gains for the city despite some short-term losses in the third quarter of 2017.

The performance indicators use year-over-year percentage changes in the monthly figures of three key performance measures: Atlantic County Lodging Fees, Atlantic City Casino Parking Fees, and Atlantic County Non-Casino Revenue.

To view the full results visit stockton.edu/light. 

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