Local Agencies not Marketing Kenai Peninsula Just for Fishing

Posted: July 25, 2012 at 12:00 pm

7/25/12

The King Salmon related closures in the Kenai and Kasilof rivers this year, on top of issues lingering in the Homer area when it comes to the catch share for halibut are leading some to say that it’s time to begin branching out on how the market the various areas of the Kenai Peninsula to out of town visitors.

 

Michelle Glaves, Executive Director of the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce said that that’s not really a new idea for the city ofSoldotna..

 

 

We also spoke to Monte Davis with the Homer Chamber

 

 

According to various studies though the Alaska Tourism industry, the largest draws when it comes to the out of state tourism, is Mountains, Glaciers, and Wildlife viewing opportunities that can only be found in the state of Alaska.

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