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Tourism season kicks off

Jason Ferguson
Published: Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Duane Laflin of the Grand Magic Show shows the crowd his “bank note.”

 

Owners and employees of over 30 area tourist attractions all converged on Rocky Knolls Golf Course last Thursday morning to kick off the tourist season with the annual attractions meeting, hosted by the Custer Area Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber executive Dave Ressler welcomed the crowd, reminding those in attendance to continue to focus on the customer service Custer is known for.
“Customer service is what makes all our businesses work,”â��Ressler said.â��“That’s what keeps them coming back.”
The meeting is an annual chance for area attractions to cross-mingle, allowing business employees and owners who may not normally see each other during the summer to talk and give each other information on their businesses, which they in turn can pass on to visitors to their attractions.
“It’s all about cross-promotion,”â��Ressler said.
After lunch, each business owner or employee was allotted three minutes to tell the crowd about the new or updated things available at their business this summer.

Owners and employees of over 30 area tourist attractions all converged on Rocky Knolls Golf Course last Thursday morning to kick off the tourist season with the annual attractions meeting, hosted by the Custer Area Chamber of Commerce.

Chamber executive Dave Ressler welcomed the crowd, reminding those in attendance to continue to focus on the customer service Custer is known for.

“Customer service is what makes all our businesses work,”â��Ressler said.â��“That’s what keeps them coming back.”

The meeting is an annual chance for area attractions to cross-mingle, allowing business employees and owners who may not normally see each other during the summer to talk and give each other information on their businesses, which they in turn can pass on to visitors to their attractions.

“It’s all about cross-promotion,”â��Ressler said.

After lunch, each business owner or employee was allotted three minutes to tell the crowd about the new or updated things available at their business this summer.

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