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Area tourism officials lobby legislators

Proctors CEO Philip Morris, Chamber of Schenectady County President Chuck Steiner and Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce President Todd Shimkus chat before a roundtable discussion about tourism issues at the Desmond Hotel in Colonie on Thursday.
Proctors CEO Philip Morris, Chamber of Schenectady County President Chuck Steiner and Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce President Todd Shimkus chat before a roundtable discussion about tourism issues at the Desmond Hotel in Colonie on Thursday.
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Breakfast topics at the Desmond Hotel on Thursday included casino gambling, more state money for tourism and finally building Exit 3 on the Northway. The 90-minute buffet was a chance for Capital Region tourism groups to interact with state legislators. The event was organized by the state’s Hospitality and Tourism Association, one of eight such meetings. Mark Eagan, president of the Albany-Colonie Regional Chamber of Commerce, asked the four Assembly members and two state senators ...


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