Forum on Creative Tourism Development Slated

Karen Sheckells, the Friends of Herkimer Home and Kyle Jenks welcomed 14 attendees an inaugural cultural tourism event on March 18, and had such a productive session, they have decided to call a follow up meeting. Titled &#8220Maximizing Tourism’s Impact on Total Economic Development&#8221, the event will take place on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 from 5 &#8211 6 pm at Herkimer Home, in Little Falls, NY. They welcome you all to join the growing list of motivated individuals dedicated to fostering, encouraging and facilitating efforts to increase public traffic to historic sites in New York State. Please RSVP to Karen Sheckells at

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  • November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    I for one an looking forward to the discussions about improving New York’s tourism. NY being one of the most established cities in the world, I wonder on how tourism can bring that to new heights.


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