Minnesota’s Tourism Assessment Program (TAP) analyzes a community’s tourism potential. The program includes identification of tourism assets by the community, a site assessment by visiting team of experts, and written recommendations developed by the University of Minnesota Tourism Center and Extension’s Center for Community Vitality. Five Tourism Assessment Programs have been conducted in Minnesota communities since 2007. This research identified the changes the program has helped to stimulate.
Bhattacharyya, R.; Templin, Liz; Messer, Cynthia; Chazdon, Scott; Hermanson, L..
Ripple Effect Mapping of the Tourism Assessment Program.
University of Minnesota Extension.
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