Family Businesses Anchor Coastal Tourism Recovery

Lodging tax revenue has risen more than 40 percent since the 2009-2010 downturn in Gulf Coast tourism following the recession and BP oil spill, according to figures released in late January by the Alabama Tourism Department. After increasing every year from 2003 through 2008, the lodging tax contribution to the state’s general fund dropped in…

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