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Bucks County native featured in 'I Love N.Y.' campaign - NJ.com

Bucks County native featured in 'I Love N.Y.' campaign
NJ.com
A graduate of S.U.N.Y's E.S.F./Syracuse University, where she co-chaired the “Women in Nature” event for three years, she is thrilled to be part of the “I Love N.Y. “ campaign, which she considers to be part of her national educational outreach efforts ...



I LOVE NEW YORK mobile app launched into Apple Apple Store and Google Play - Talking New Media

Talking New Media

I LOVE NEW YORK mobile app launched into Apple Apple Store and Google Play
Talking New Media
The I LOVE NY app is initially available for iPhone and Android devices. To download the free app, visit the iTunes or Google Play app store on your device or go to www.iloveny.com/mobile. In addition, I LOVE NEW YORK's winter tourism campaign includes ...

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What's on the Menu at Dale Talde's Carrino Provisions, Now Open in Jersey City - Village Voice (blog)

Village Voice (blog)

What's on the Menu at Dale Talde's Carrino Provisions, Now Open in Jersey City
Village Voice (blog)
When fifteen months ago Brooklyn chef Dale Talde, a former "Top Chef" contestant, and Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri, stars of HGTV's "Kitchen Cousins," announced their plans to transform the former Jersey City police headquarters into Carrino ...



Study: Visitors spent $1.9 billion on CNY vacations in 2013 - Oneida Dispatch

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Study: Visitors spent $1.9 billion on CNY vacations in 2013
Oneida Dispatch
UTICA >> A recent study released by Empire State Development and the I Love NY; Division of Travel & Tourism reports that visitors spending in Oneida County totaled $1.2 Billion dollars in 2013. Oneida County represents 61 percent of the Central New ...
Tourism deals in $1.2B impact Supports 34304 jobs in region, says studyRome Sentinel

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Seigenthaler, DVL bought by New York PR firm - The Tennessean

The Tennessean

Seigenthaler, DVL bought by New York PR firm
The Tennessean
Finn Partners — whose clients include Bosch Home Appliances, MOMA, I LOVE NY and Verizon Foundation — bills about $65 million annually with its new Nashville firms. For the two Nashville firms, Finn Partners offers opportunities of reach and scale ...

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Local politicians offer mixed reactions Cuomo's proposed agenda - The Saratogian

Fortune

Local politicians offer mixed reactions Cuomo's proposed agenda
The Saratogian
I liked the emphasis on small business as an engine for job growth and the expansion of the I Love NY program to further tourism which I think will benefit our region. I find it very difficult to accept the proposed decrease in Video Lottery Terminal ...
STATE OF THE STATE: Cuomo pitches tax reliefFinger Lakes Times

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East End Experts to Attend New York Times Travel Show This Weekend - Patch.com

Patch.com

East End Experts to Attend New York Times Travel Show This Weekend
Patch.com
Their booth will be located in the USA/I Love NY corridor (booth # 959). Hours on Friday, Jan. 23 are from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Travel Professionals and trade writers only), Saturday Jan. 24 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday Jan. 25 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m..

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Cuomo: IDAs need more state oversight - Newsday

Cuomo: IDAs need more state oversight
Newsday
$25 million for "I Love NY" tourism ads and events, including a wine competition on Long Island. Streamline the issuing of state business licenses and permits. Loan program for small suppliers waiting for payment from large customers. Crackdown on fees ...



'I Love NY' Bus Begins Tours Outside City - NY1

'I Love NY' Bus Begins Tours Outside City
NY1
The "I Love NY" bus is rolling out of town beginning today. It's part of a year-round initiative to get city dwellers out of the five boroughs, to tourist attractions across the state. The bus departs from Midtown and will offer itineraries to places ...



Graphic Designer Milton Glaser Hardly Made Any Money Off The Iconic 'I Love ... - Huffington Post

Graphic Designer Milton Glaser Hardly Made Any Money Off The Iconic 'I Love ...
Huffington Post
Graphic designer Milton Glaser, who created the ubiquitous “I Love NY” logo, didn't make much money off of his work for the iconic campaign, but he doesn't mind one bit. “I was paid $2,000 for execution and mechanical costs of doing it, but that was ...

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