Study recommends market diversification
A recent PricewaterhouseCoopers study reveals that Tunica’s tourism market is largely one dimensional and that it must diversify to survive and thrive.
According to the study, which was commissioned by the Tunica Convention and Visitors Bureau, the Tunica County Board of Supervisors and all nine of the county’s gaming establishments, the Tunica market is facing unprecedented challenges that could impact its ability to thrive if it doesn’t take steps to become more appealing to a wider, more diverse audience.
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