Gov. Kay Ivey announced Tuesday that Alabama is on pace to set a record in tourism spending by the end of the year.
“It looks like the industry is going to exceed $24 billion — with a ‘b’ — this calendar year,” Ivey said.
During the annual Alabama Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Auburn, Ivey said since 2013, Alabama’s tourism industry has more than doubled, growing from about $11 billion to now more than $24 billion, barring any unexpected downturns.
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