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March 8, 2013 4:13 PM

Tourist attractions need to engage visitors, consultant says

Say you visit an artist’s studio while on vacation. You could look at the artist’s work in a gallery. Or you could watch and chat with the artist at work. Or you could take a brush in hand or take a turn at a potter’s wheel.

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