North Dakota Tourism Expected To Be Strong This Summer
BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR/KFGO) — North Dakota Tourism and Marketing Director Sara Otte Coleman says high gas prices won’t keep people from hitting the road this summer.
She says a new national study found only a small number of those planning travel were considering the cancellation of their trips.
Otte Colman says there are hints of a strong summer for visitors based on responses from a variety of sources.
The numbers of those on the website researching the state and engaging with digital advertising have been strong.
North Dakota tourism took a big hit in 2020 but rebounded in 2021.
Visitors to the state spent more than $2.6 billion last year.