Fourteen representatives of the Olympic Peninsula’s tourism industry met in Olympia recently to show support for the $14.2 billion tourism industry in Washington and to explain to elected officials Why Tourism Matters, a public outreach campaign of the Washington State Destination Marketing Association of advertising, online contact, cooperative projects and public relations. Members included from left, Viva Davis, Hadlock Festival Association; Marilyn St. Claire (partially hidden), Victoria House; Lee Ann Dahl, Hadlock Festival Association; Joni Eades, Elwha River Casino; Carol Wooley, Hadlock Motel; Joe Baisch, Team Jefferson; Diane Schostak, Olympic Peninsula Visitor Bureau; Joy Baisch, Quilcene/Brinnon Chamber of Commerce; Bill Roney, Gateway VCR; Nancy Dudacek Milliman, Floating Feather Inn; Christina Pivarnik, Port Townsend Marketing; Paris Bishop, 7 Cedars Casino & Resort Properties; Bill Tennent, Jefferson County Historical Museum; and Rian Anderson, Coho Ferry. Submitted photo
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