The Star Tribune has published an article indicating that just because the economy is bad, doesn’t mean that people are not heading south to escape the frigid temperatures in Minnesota. Within that article, Roger Miller, owner of Minnetonka Travel in Wayzata, is quoted as saying that “business in January and so far this month is up 5 percent over last year.”
For the full article, visit this link: Bad weather, times don’t freeze travel
Stay tuned to Wayzata.com, your local business owner quoted in the media leader.
Image courtesy of MinnetonkaTravel.com.