Tourism commission report calls for fundamental changes, extension of study

THE BLACKSTONE VALLEY EXPLORER offers tourists a close-up view of the region. / COURTESY BLACKSTONE VALLEY TOURISM COUNCIL
THE BLACKSTONE VALLEY EXPLORER offers tourists a close-up view of the region. / COURTESY BLACKSTONE VALLEY TOURISM COUNCIL
PROVIDENCE – On Thursday the Tourism Study Commission presented the R.I. House of Representatives a report highlighting five recommendations for a more collaborative approach to developing a statewide tourism marketing strategy and requested an additional 18 months to continue their statewide survey. After reviewing 12 other state marketing campaigns, Lauren H. Carson (D-Dist. 75, Newport),…

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