2019 was a great year for tourism in Daviess County, the Kentucky Department of Tourism said Tuesday.
The report said tourists spent $228.49 million here last year.
That was up $9.97 million from a year earlier.
And the 2018 numbers had been up $6.31 million from the previous year.
Local officials had expected 2020 to be even better.
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