The tourism and economic development potential of New Jersey’s Revolutionary heritage is among the topics featured on NJTV News’ October 28, 2019 report. The segment also highlighted the logo design contest currently underway to select a visual brand for Revolution NJ.
Crossroads Executive Director Janice Selinger and NJ Historical Commission Executive Director Sara Cureton shared on Revolution NJ and the public-private partnership’s work on plans to commemorate the state’s contributions to 250 years of United States history. Highlighting the potential storylines that could attract heritage travelers to New Jersey during the semiquincentennial and beyond, John Hatch, principal at Clarke Caton Hintz and a member of the partnership’s historic site assessment team, narrated a brief walking tour of Revolutionary-era Trenton.
Watch the segment from the NJTV News website.