Our Opinion: Tupelo CVB's success isn't taken for granted
Tupelo's Convention and Visitors Bureau continued its impressive run of revenue increases in the 2013 fiscal year - the 27th consecutive year of growth generated by the 2 percent sales tax on restaurant, hotel and motel revenue.
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#1 Nov 7, 2013
The idea is not to use tax as a measure of success what has it done to make a better quality of life in Tupelo?
We have people shooting Elephants and sending poison to the President. We have crime and trash in the streets yet CVB builds profits for out of town owners of hotels and restaurants?
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