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Later colors could boost fall tourism

Door County  has yet to reach its peak fall color season and that could pay off for tourist businesses.  Jon Jarosh, Communication Director for the Door County Visitor Bureau, says this is a busy time for tourism with fall-theme festivals over the next two weekends.  He says with leaves changing colors a bit later, and the right temperatures, visitor traffic could finish strong by month's end.

 

 

With all of the autumn activities, Jarosh says motels and inns are all but booked up for the next two weekends.  So a longer color season might attract a few more visitors to make one more trip to Door County.

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