Despite oil spill, optimism still hig...

Despite oil spill, optimism still high for beach tourist season

There are 2 comments on the The Mobile Register Online story from May 12, 2010, titled Despite oil spill, optimism still high for beach tourist season. In it, The Mobile Register Online reports that:

Baldwin County's 2010 tourist season was projected to be one of the best on record before the Deepwater Horizon oil spill and can still be a productive year if visitors understand that the beaches are still attractive and open, area officials said Tuesday.

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Robonymous

Louisville, KY

#1 May 13, 2010
I hate to say it, but the wife and I have decided not to make the trip this year. We've got to plan vacation now and can not wait to see what the situation is in August/September.

Some of the pictures I'm seeing are just heartbreaking. We're hoping for the best for Gulf Shores and the entire Gulf shoreline.
Les

United States

#2 May 13, 2010
Good luck.....hope for the best

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