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  • Manatee County tourism leader talks county tourism

    Elliott Falcione, executive director of the Bradenton Area Convention Center and Visitors Bureau, talks about Manatee County tourism during a Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance luncheon on Wednesday.

Elliott Falcione, executive director of the Bradenton Area Convention Center and Visitors Bureau, talks about Manatee County tourism during a Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance luncheon on Wednesday. Video by Claire Aronson caronson@bradenton.com
Elliott Falcione, executive director of the Bradenton Area Convention Center and Visitors Bureau, talks about Manatee County tourism during a Lakewood Ranch Business Alliance luncheon on Wednesday. Video by Claire Aronson caronson@bradenton.com

Manatee County had 3 million visitors in 2015, with $1.1 billion in economic impact

March 30, 2016 7:17 PM