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  • Investing in Utah’s Historic Sites Pays Big Dividends, Study Contends

    Utah’s job market has seen major improvement during the past years but there is a particular sector that has captured the attention of investors across the U.S. A new study regarding the manner in which the state has used its resources to invest in the preservation of historic buildings and sites throughout Utah revealed the economic effect of this “backward”-thinking model. Deseret News recently reported on the study conducted by PlaceEconomics for the Utah Heritage Foundation. Apparently, around seven thousand jobs are created annually by the heritage sector of the state’s tourism industry, directly and indirectly.

    Salt Lake City 03 July 2013 15:02

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