The state of tourism in N.H.: A roundtable

June 2011
New Hampshire Business Review;6/3/2011, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p26
An interview with representatives of the New Hampshire travel and tourism industry is presented. Great NH Restaurants' owner Tom Boucher asserts that the industry is completely economic-driven. New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association's president and chief executive officer (CEO) Mike Somers claims that there are more corporate events and business travels. Mount Sunapee's manager Jay Gamble is concerned on the impact of increased price of gasoline on the industry.


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