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Ocean City Businesses Worry about the Off-Season Slowdown

December
14
2012

Before the recession, coastal business owners believed Ocean City was about to become a year-round vacation destination. These days, they're worried the tourist season is actually shrinking, making it harder to make a living at the beach. Bryan Russo talks with business leaders about why fall sales were so slow, and what it means for the local community if the "shoulder seasons" remain lackluster.

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