ND Tourism Took Hit In 2020

Minot, ND) — Officials are reporting that North Dakota lost out on about one-billion-dollars in tourism revenue during 2020 due to the pandemic. Officials say more than 900-million of that would have gone to businesses around the state. Officials added that one way for the state to rebound is if people get out during the winter and enjoy the outdoors, but while also visiting local businesses that need their support. Despite the pandemic’s toll on the state’s tourism industry, North Dakota is still expected to recover sooner than most of the nation’s tourism industries.

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