Northwest Michigan's tourism outlook is much better this year than it has been in recent years, due to increased consumer spending and based on the reservations made so far. These numbers are from Muskegon, but they certainly augur hope for the top of the mitten too.
When it comes to the 2011 tourist season, the community should buckle up for a fast start in June and expect a trophy finish by Labor Day, tourism officials say.
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. Source: Mlive.com