Vineland, New Jersey

December 2013
njbiz;12/2/2013 Supplement Doing Business, p78
The article features Vineland, a city in New Jersey. According to the author, the city offers both an affordable business location and an excellent quality of life. Details of the location are discussed. The city also offers competitive rail service to destinations across the U.S. and Canada. It notes that officials are committed to progressive economic development programs and policies.


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