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The Union-Recorder

In the midst of announcement that the state of Georgia now ranks second in the southeast for tourism numbers for the 2010 year, Milledgeville-Baldwin County CVB Director Jane Sowell said that numbers locally remained steady during the 2010 year and saw a rise in day visitors in 2010, and CVB officials have already seen an increase in tourism so far this year.

According to a press release issued on July 6 by Gov. Nathan Deal's office, travelers spent a whopping $21 billion in Georgia during the 2010 year, a number that's up 8.3 percent from 2009.

Locally, tourism was up in terms of day visitors, said Milledgeville-Baldwin County Convention and Visitors Bureau Director Jane Sowell.

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