Destination Door County readies for return of tourism

Postpone, don't cancel.  Door County's ambassador for visitors is sending that vital message to those who are waiting to return to the peninsula.  Destination Door County is asking visitors to postpone trips to the area temporarily.  CEO and President Jack Moneypenny says that the timing of the month-long "safer at home" order to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, is fortunately during Door County's quiet season.  Moneypenny has a request for both locals and eventual visitors when it comes time to invite tourists back in Door County.



Moneypenny is asking people to travel when it is safe and to postpone their stays by rescheduling them in the future when Door County tourism is back open for business.  You can listen to Destination Door County CEO and President Jack Moneypenny's entire interview below.



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