New director, distillery are reminders of the value of tourism
By The Staff
Wednesday, February 22, 2012 at 7:30 am (Updated: February 22, 8:09 am)
If you support tourism in Lebanon, last week was a reason to celebrate.
Not only did the Lebanon Tourist and Convention Commission welcome its new executive director, but the community was able to celebrate what could become our next tourist attraction.
The tourist commission had a rough year in 2011 for more reasons than we care to list here, but 2012 has gotten off to a much better start.
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