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Haunted Highways Spotlights Spooky History
Monday, 10/08/12
Tourists can explore Vermont this fall with a few ghostly adventures.
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Vt. Puts Money Into Ski Season Airline Service
Thursday, 09/20/12
By Steve Zind
This week, Vermont officials announced plans to continue a partnership with a Canadian airline that brings skiers from Toronto to Burlington. The state is putting tourism dollars behind the effort in hopes of expanding it in the future.
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Vt. Tourism Officials Work To Attract African-American Visitors
Wednesday, 09/19/12
By Steve Zind
As the nation's demographics change, Vermont tourism officials are beginning to respond. In recent months the state has begun taking the first steps to attract African-American tourists.
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Vt. Tourism Officials Reach Out To LGBT Visitors
Tuesday, 09/18/12
By Steve Zind
Ever since civil union legislation was passed 12 years ago, Vermont has been a popular destination for gay and lesbian couples. But only in the last year has the state begun to market to them.
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High Hopes For Foliage Season
Monday, 09/17/12
Images from Tropical Storm Irene scared off some leaf peepers last year but businesses hope to recoup their losses with a strong foliage season this fall after a sunny, dry summer.
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Vt. Tourism Hands Over Social Marketing, Twitter Account To Public
Monday, 07/23/12
By Kirk Carapezza
The state of Vermont is handing over control of its social media marketing machine. The state says it's seeking an authentic, uncensored voice to promote tourism online.
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Killington Plans New Town Entrance
Monday, 07/16/12
Killington's Select Board is planning to make over the entrance to the central Vermont resort town along Route 4 and Route 100. The goal, town officials say, is to create "a true sense of arrival" to the biggest ski area of the east.
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Crafstsbury May Join Vermont's Byway Program
Thursday, 07/05/12
A tourism association in the Northeast Kingdom wants the town of Craftsbury to become a scenic byway destination for tourists.
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Tourism Revenues Up, Despite Irene
Tuesday, 10/25/11
By Bob Kinzel
Preliminary statistics show that Vermont's tourism industry weathered the fall foliage season well, despite the damage from Tropical Storm Irene. But there are growing concerns that another national recession could affect the state's fragile revenue base.
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Still Digging Out, Dover Digs Deep To Promote Tourism
Friday, 09/30/11
The Select Board in Dover has voted to spend $100,000 to promote tourism and help local businesses still feeling the effects of Tropical Storm Irene.
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Long-Closed Ski Area May Reopen As Rec Area
Wednesday, 06/08/11
A southern Vermont ski area that has been closed for a decade could be reopening as a four-season recreation area.
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Renaming The Champlain Bridge
Wednesday, 06/08/11
By Kirk Carapezza
An effort by some residents in New York to rename the Champlain Bridge in honor of two fallen police officers is stirring controversy. Comments: Should the bridge be renamed? Earlier: Delays Increase Reconstruction Costs  
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