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Destination Door County busy waiting for tourism to return

The extension of Governor Tony Evers’ “Safer at Home Order” will delay the tourism season in Door County. Still, the ambassadors to Door County are staying busy planning for the reopening, whenever it may come.  Destination Door County is repeating the message that they want visitors to the area when it is safe.  Jack Moneypenny told DoorCountyDailyNews.com last week that his staff is doing a great job despite the challenges faced.

 

 

Destination Door County is still filling Visitor Guide orders and sending out gift certificates while handling forwarded phone calls by staff members working from home.  Moneypenny reported Friday that Destination Door County has already received 8,000 requests for the visitor guide cherry contest in just 24 hours by people planning future trips to the area. 

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