Eureka: the perpetual squabble | Arkansas Blog

Sunday, July 2, 2006

Eureka: the perpetual squabble

Posted By on Sun, Jul 2, 2006 at 11:20 AM

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I just took a look at the D-G's NW website and found a good story on the perennial fight in Eureka Springs over marketing and the recent decline in tourism income, as measured by the sales tax. The marketing community, at a minimum, will be interested At its core, I'd guess, are larger questions about what it takes to lure tourism these days. Quaint and a passion play go so far. Roller coasters, entertainment, gambling, etc., may go farther. Surely I can stir a difference of opinion in ever-ready-to-fuss Eureka.

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