Published on : Friday, December 29, 2017
In last year, Wenlin Liu, the Wyoming Principal Economist explained that the state had a great year as National Parks observed 100 years, and in 2017, with the solar eclipse, the state witnessed yet another boom in tourism.
Liu states nationally that consumers are now sure and spending more, which he mentioned should keep our number of visitor stable. He said, “We still think our tourism industry will do okay, because anytime your national economy is strong, most consumers, most residents, they’ll probably continue to visit national parks.”
This comes following 44 percent of solar eclipse travelers who went through a survey explained that they arrange to come back to the Cowboy State in the next two years.