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14578
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Roberts, founder and president of the Carolina Motor Club, says the coming boom in the travel industry is catching North Carolina short.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 13 Issue 34, Jan 1946, p11, 24-25, f
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29254
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North Carolina's travel and tourism industry is a $7 billion business employing more than 250,000 people, only overshadowed by agriculture as an economic powerhouse. However, in recent years the industry is losing ground to other states and executives are working to reverse the trend and work with other industries for ground-breaking initiatives.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 49 Issue 8, August 1991, p16, 18, 21-22, il, por
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29255
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There is an ongoing concern over North Carolina's occupancy taxes, and who they should benefit. For the state's travel and tourism industry, especially Convention and Visitors Bureaus, the occupancy tax should go to travel and tourism, just as gas taxes and other highway-use fees go toward building and maintaining highways.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 49 Issue 8, Aug 1991, p20
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30406
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North Carolina's travel and resort industry is getting an expanded Tourist Bureau. As a part of the Division of Commerce and Industry, the Tourist Bureau will embrace all fields of service from chambers of commerce and realtors to home-seekers and hotel establishment.
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30994
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In 1958, travelers to North Carolina spent $360 million on business and personal travel. This was a 3.4 percent increase over 1957 and a 135 percent increase over the decade from 1948. The rapid growth of travel in the state is shown in the state's 1.71 percent of the nation's total domestic travel expenditures.
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31077
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The North Carolina Travel Mission has introduce the state's Economy Travel Plan in Europe, and it is being promoted by KLM, the Royal Dutch Airline, as part of the "Visit USA" package. The plan offers travel discounts to foreign visitors and is sponsored by the NC restaurant, hotel, and car associations.
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36282
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Perks such as a plethora of parks and recreation sites, hotels and golf courses, mountain villages and museums equaled a substantial contribution to the tourist industry. Among the sites North Carolina offered for travel and recreation were Fort Fisher, Whirligig Park, Levine Museum, Highlands, and Old Edwards Inn.
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