The summer tourism season is beginning, and restaurant operators and analysts see smoother sailing this year than in the last several vacation seasons. Increased summer restaurant employment projections and improved confidence indexes signal a positive outlook for travel and tourism, which National Restaurant Association research shows produces about 40 percent of restaurant sales. “We are feeling quite positive on tourism this season,” said Larry Majewski, who with wife, ...
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