Tourism to Alaska has steadily increased every year over the past decade - over 26% since 2010. This year, more than 2.26 million visitors are expected to travel to the 49th state, spending more than $1.4 billion and generating more than $126 million in state revenues.
Besides creating one in ten jobs in Alaska, tourism indirectly impacts other sectors of the business community as well. Industries ranging from construction to finance make their living by supporting the tourism industry, and tourism employees themselves use their wages to add back into Alaska's economy.
Join us to hear from tourism leaders in Alaska as they break down the latest trends, share challenges of their industry, and forecast what the future of Alaska tourism will mean for Pacific Northwest businesses.
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Denali National Park