State tourism official sees growth potential in Marion County
By Stephen Lega
Wednesday, April 9, 2014 at 6:00 am (Updated: April 9, 6:02 am)
Elaine Wilson wants to bring traffic to Lebanon.
“Think of trail systems as an interstate of people ... if you don’t have an exit ramp coming into your town off that trail system, you’re never going to benefit from all that traffic” said Wilson, the executive director of the Kentucky Department of Adventure Tourism.
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