In each of North Carolina’s 17 westernmost counties, tourists spent more money in 2010 than they did the prior year, according to data recently released by a state agency. The numbers are reported by Carolina Public Press, which also noted that Buncombe County led the WNC tourism economy with $729.02 million in tourist spending in 2010, up 11.3 percent from the prior year, making Buncombe the fifth largest tourism economy in the state.
Asheville's downtown is more than a mere place — it's a brand and an economic engine that needs protecting and constant fine-tuning. That was the gist of a presentation by Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority Executive Director Kelly Miller to City Council at its Oct. 21 meeting.
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