Baldwin County was anticipating the 2010 tourist season to be one of the very best on record with an 8 percent increase in tourism until the Deepwater Horizon oil spill took place.But Baldwin County is winning the fight against the oil spill.
Safeguards have been taken to help ensure 2010 to be a productive year by letting visitors know that the beaches are still safe, clean and attractive. This will be done by Baldwin County getting the message out that all visitors will be guaranteed an event-free, leisurely vacation.
There will be two television commercials that will air showing that the local beaches in the area are as desirable as ever. In addition, print advertisements will also start circulating to help the cause.
The sky is still a beautiful blue, the beaches are still white, the water is still emerald green and the world needs to know all of this to keep our economy strong.
Local officials and tourism industry representatives have been working around the clock to keep up with the spill and prepare for any effects in Baldwin CountyIt has been estimated that tourists spend $2.3 billion in Baldwin County each year and the industry provides jobs for 41,000 people.
Gulf Shores and Orange Beach have survived hurricanes and still flourished, so I am sure the oil spill will not stop us either.
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