DC Tourism Continues To Grow

You can’t blame Jack Moneypenny for smiling whenever the subject of Wisconsin tourism’s economic impact on Door County comes up. Moneypenny, President and CEO of the Door County Visitor Bureau, has oversight of an organization charged with attracting visitors to the Door Peninsula and is actively involved in directing its planning. At a time when other tourism areas were faltering, Door County held its own and now the numbers are showing continued growth. Moneypenny says the real praise for the good numbers should go to the people who made it possible for a room tax to be implemented county-wide…

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Moneypenny also says the strategy of marketing Door County as a whole with individual attributes continues to attract visitors and their tourism dollars…

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The Door County Visitor Bureau has invited residents to celebrate Travel And Tourism Week at a breakfast Tuesday at the Landmark Resort near Egg Harbor.

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