Duluth Marketing Campaign Aimed at Bringing Back Tourists
Today, Duluth’s city council will vote on a plan aimed to bring back tourists and their money.
The city wants to spend $75,000 on a marketing campaign telling people they shouldn’t cancel their summer trips. Some hotels say their bookings are down 50 percent because of the flooding.
That marketing money would come from extra tourism taxes already collected.
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