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01/10/2012

NOM EXPOSED: New Jerseyans will go the distance (either in-state or out)

by Jeremy Hooper
CapehighAt the northern tip of New Jersey lies the city of High Point. At the south, you'll find Cape May. The distance between the two is around 207 miles. That means that a proud New Jerseyan who wanted to spend a day driving through the vast expanse of all that is the Garden State would need to stay in the car for around four hours to make it from bottom to top.

But now consider a few more figures:

KEEP READING: New Jerseyans will go the distance (either in-state or out) [NOM Exposed]

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