It looked like difficult times for Rhode Island’s travel economy when David DePetrillo became the state’s tourism director in 1983. Providence had just come out of a turbulent decade that saw the closing of its most visible hotel, the Providence Biltmore, for five years (it reopened in 1979). Newport, the state’s driving force for leisure…
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