By Teddy Rosenbluth, Concord Monitor
Tourism officials project that New Hampshire will welcome 3.45 million visitors this summer and rake in $1.8 billion dollars, crediting high vaccination rates and a pent-up demand for travel.
This is good news for the state’s tourism industry, which suffered from a 15% decline in visitors last summer.
New Hampshire Lodging and Restaurant Association President and CEO Mike Somers said in 2020 through November the loss in business to the hospitality and tourism industry was more than $775 million, a loss of about $70 million in rooms and meals tax.
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