Guest editorial: Spend more to plug MN as destination
In 1993, voters in Colorado repealed their state's tourism tax, which, in today's dollars, was fueling an $18 million-a-year marketing effort to attract visitors. At the time the state was tops in the nation as a summer resort destination.
Without the marketing, though, Colorado soon struggled to crack the top 20.
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