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Feb. 21, 2024

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Clark County tourism is on the increase

Numbers haven’t returned to 2019 levels, however

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The American Empress sits docked behind the Red Lion at the Quay in downtown Vancouver.
The American Empress sits docked behind the Red Lion at the Quay in downtown Vancouver. (The Columbian files) Photo Gallery

As the pandemic appears to be fading, tourism has picked up substantially in Clark County, even more so than in the rest of the state.

Numbers still haven’t reached 2019 levels, said Erica Lindemann, director of marketing for Visit Vancouver, as she shared a recent report by the state showing a 20.6

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