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Travel agents busy as ever

...combined to paint a bleak picture for travel agents elsewhere in the country, but Alaska travel agents seem to be largely immune to the...nature of Alaska largely shielded travel agents from declining business because...

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KPTMC encourages bed tax for Peninsula

...Hamrick said with the increased budget KPTMC could participate in Outside and international sales missions to educate travel agents and tour operators about the Kenai Peninsula and push spring, fall and winter tourism. Hamrick said she would also...

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Business booming on the peninsula

...services also saw marked increases. The retail sector added four large chain stores, and everything from accountants to travel agents expanded by anywhere from 150 to 350 percent. Oil field service companies comprised the lengthiest entry in the 1989...

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Convention planners launch marketing push

...overseas and send them to Alaska next summer because of perceived safety. The visitors bureau plans to boost contact with travel agents to encourage cruise passengers to spend some time in Anchorage before or after their trip. After Sept. 11, Anchorage...

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04/24/03Thursday, April 24, 2003 Travel agents hit turbulence Lawsuits seek 'dyed' label on farmed salmon OPEC expected to agree to curb production of oil Business...

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...defiant Kenai-Kachemak pipeline gets new partner Travel agents asked to protest airline decision Agassi rallies...staffer, new programs in refuge environmental education Travel agents asked to close doors in response to airline move ...

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...of growth Area housing market points toward stability Print, camera operations set for digital explosion Travel agents busy as ever Alaska Railroad keeps peninsula connected to Anchorage, Interior Visitor industry mixed on prospects...

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