Tourism in Hawaii on pace for record gains

Hawaii's tourism officials forecast another banner year for the tourism economy as it announced that the number of visitors as well as per-visitor spending from the first half of the year were both on pace to beat 2011 levels. Visitor arrivals were up 9.8 percent, to 4.7 million, and expenditures rose 20.8 percent, to $8.4 billion. Read the Travel Pulse story here.

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