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First cruise ship of the season arrives earlier than expected

...crew members to the capital city this summer, said Elizabeth Arnett, tourism marketing manager for the Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau. Those figures do not include smaller ships with less than 50 people aboard, or the passengers arriving...

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First cruise ship arrives in still-snowy, rainy Juneau

...year aboard cruise ships, according to Nancy Woizeschke, president and chief executive officer of the Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau. She added that more and larger ships are scheduled to visit this year. "We were close to the million...

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Legislators request tourism growth target

JUNEAU -- There isn't a benchmark to determine how much the state should spend on tourism marketing, some legislators concluded in January.

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State, industry talk marketing

...said John McConnochie, an owner of Cycle Alaska tours in Juneau. "When you add that to belonging to the Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Chamber of Commerce, something's got to give, to be quite honest," he said. "This match...

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Preparing for next summer's tourists

...Tourism industry officials are trying to gauge what next summer might bring to Southeast merchants. The Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau has been talking with tour operators, the cruise industry and other convention and visitors bureaus about...

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Juneau to see more passengers on fewer ships this summer

...Juneau will see more cruise ship passengers but fewer cruise ships this summer than last, according to the Juneau Convention and Visitors Bureau. A total of 683,077 passengers and 539 ship visits are expected in Juneau this year. Last year, about...

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