Tourism

A busy weekend is a good sign for the tourism business

On Memorial Day weekend, the weather was perfect to get outside and enjoy the water. Business owners in the Lake District say it was very crowded during the holidays. “We really had a good time. We had the whole family. “With the influx of people moving here, everyone is looking for a way to get to the lake and we offer valet parking and that keeps us very, very busy. The weather certainly helped,” said Travis Williams, general manager of sales at Meredith. Marina. Meredith Marina workers say high gas prices are not deterring people from boating. “People still ride boats. I don’t think it will affect the boat market. The supply chain certainly still affects him,” Williams said. Not far from Meredith, Weirs Beach was packed all weekend. “Tiki huts, ski school, boat rentals, everything was booked and overloaded,” said Ryan Cardella, operations manager for East Coast Flightcraft in New England. we have already noticed a unique trend at the pier. “The number of people we’ve heard about this year coming to Weirs for the first time is out of control. Never heard anything like it. Literally 50% of people come here for the first time. over here,” said Cardella. edits social media and ads for this boom.” “They see pictures. They see where people are tagging and it seems to be working so I think a friend of theirs came here last year and saw the event they had and they want to be part of it this year,” Cardella said. Business owners are encouraging tourists to book early as demand will be strong this summer.

On Memorial Day weekend, the weather was perfect to get outside and enjoy the water. Business owners in the Lake District say it was very crowded during the holidays.

“We really had a good time. We had the whole family.

“With the influx of people moving here, everyone is looking for a way to get to the lake and we offer valet parking and that keeps us very, very busy. The weather certainly helped,” said Travis Williams, general manager of sales at Meredith. Marina.

Meredith Marina says high gas prices are not deterring people from boating.

“People are still boating. I don’t think it will affect the boat market. The supply chain certainly still affects him,” Williams said.

Not far from Meredith, Weirs Beach was packed all weekend.

“Tiki huts, ski school, boat rentals, everything was booked and overloaded,” said Ryan Cardella, operations manager for East Coast Flightcraft of New England.

Cardella is already noticing a unique trend at the pier.

“The number of people we’ve heard this year, this is their first time at Weirs, is out of control. Never heard anything…

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