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Vermont’s tourism figures have been in the headlines recently.
The state recently reported its lowest number of visitors since at least 1993.
The department says the number of overnight stays dropped from 7,079 in June to 6,865 in July.
The department says that the decline was due to a decrease in overnight stays by tourists and cruise ship passengers.
The governor says Virginia had one of the worst vacation trends in the nation.
He says the numbers reflect a decline in the number and quality of Virginia’s tourism.
We’ve had a tourism crash, Governor Terry McAuliffe says in a recent speech.
The tourism industry employs more than 3,000 people and provides jobs for more than 6,500.
The Virginia Tourism Commission has estimated the industry lost nearly $2 billion in revenue last year.
We’re losing our identity as a state, Terry McAuliffe tells a crowd of Virginians.
Virginia’s tourism industry, which includes the Virginia Department of Transportation, the Department of Agriculture, the Virginia Association of Counties and the Virginia Coastal Commission, was created in 1978 to provide transportation services to Virginia’s growing population.
Travelers can travel to destinations from the coast to the city and back.
The industry was also instrumental in providing Virginia with jobs and support for businesses, said Virginia Governor Terry McCauliffe.
The industry has grown steadily since then.
In 2015, Virginia added nearly 7,500 jobs, a 5 percent increase over 2014, according to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The economic impact of tourism in Virginia is a lot smaller than other states, said David Davenport, president of the National Association of Travel Agents and Travel Marketing.
Tourism is a great thing, but it’s not the only thing that is driving tourism.
We have other industries that are growing that provide jobs, and those are a great source of income for the state, he said.
Tourists can also use the tourism industry to fund local charities and support other local businesses.
Virginia has the lowest percentage of visitors of any state, according the U of V.
The number of Virginias vacationers increased by 5 percent in 2016, according figures released by the Virginia Tourism Board.
Virginia lost 2,639 vacationers to the recession, but that is down from the peak of nearly 4,400 in 2009.