New Orleans able to maintain tourism ...

New Orleans able to maintain tourism despite oil spill fears

There are 2 comments on the USA Today story from Jul 3, 2010, titled New Orleans able to maintain tourism despite oil spill fears. In it, USA Today reports that:

For all the talk of the BP oil spill scaring tourists away from Louisiana and the beaches of Mississippi , Alabama and western Florida , one city in the region has stayed full of visitors since the crisis began.

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acorn obama

Spring Hill, FL

#1 Jul 3, 2010
yeah, can't wait to hit those new orleans beaches!


#2 Jul 4, 2010
Invite tourism yes--but show some responsibility and common-sense. That is to say; do regular air samplings and shoreline water-quality monitoring--and make the results public!

Certainly don't follow the politician/EPA style of mis-informing and mis-leading the public.

Would be nice if all that affected shoreline tourism were just man-eating shark attacks or stormy weather (the good old days).

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