DC Tourism Numbers Up

When it comes to tourism spending, Door County showed continued growth last year, according to a report released Friday by the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Jon Jarosh , Director of Communications and P.R. at the Door County Visitor Bureau, says the spending reflected a solid increase over 2012…
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Jarosh says visitor spending translated into jobs and income in the county…
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Visitor spending also generated 33.2 million dollars in state and local taxes, an increase of 1.35 million dollars, or 4.25% over 2012. The state’s tourism economic impact report comes on the eve of National Travel and Tourism Week, which runs from Saturday through May 11th.

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