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High gas prices raise concerns about tourism in Gettysburg

GOTTIESBURG ABOUT BUSINESS OWNERS’ CONCERN. THE GOTTIESBURG TOURISM OFFICE IS DEFINITELY CONCERNED IF TOURISTS STAY AVAILABLE BECAUSE OF INCREASING GAS PRICES. THIS WILL DEFINITELY HARM THE LOCAL ECONOMY SEOM LALOC HOTELS ARE ALREADY FEARED BECAUSE BUSINESS IS STRONG NOW. THERE ARE PROBLEMS TO COMPLETE THE CANCELLATION AT THE LAST MINUTE. There is JUS at the VYER refueling quickly now, they have problems filling these numbers RLCA Peret Zach will be the appointment of Gettisburg, it is the desire to travel as before outweighs regarding inflation and gas prices, but M GUT tells me my thoughts how we come the tourist season . PEOPLE WHO MAYBE GO SOMEWHERE THIS WEEKEND IMTIG CAN STAY AT HOME. BECAUSE THE TOURS RELATE TO HIGH GAS PRICES. THIS IS REALLY EXPENSIVE. I WATCH THIS. I JUST FILLED MY TANK SECOND TIME. JUST NOW THIS SHOULD BE LOOKED AS WHERE I GO. I THINK WE ARE STILL TRAVELING, YOU THINK. YES. GETTIESBURG IS RELATEDLY CLOSE TO MAJOR PLACES SUCH AS WASHINGTON AND BALTIMORE, BUT IF THE PRICE OF GAS CONTINUES TO RISE, GETTIESBURG MAY FEEL TOO TOO

High gas prices raise concerns about tourism in Gettysburg

Tourism is a major industry in Gettysburg, and some officials are concerned that high gas prices could alienate people. While business is booming right now, some hotels are worried about filling up last-minute cancellations. “They used to replenish very quickly. “I’m having trouble filling these rooms,” said Karl Petrzak of Destination Gettysburg. Petrzak said the desire to travel still outweighs concerns about inflation and gas prices. in the blink of an eye, I would have decided to go somewhere this weekend, perhaps I would have stayed at home, ”Petshak said. Gettysburg is relatively close to major metropolitan areas such as Baltimore and Washington DC. too far.

Tourism is a major industry in Gettysburg, and some officials are concerned that high gas prices could alienate people.

Even though business is booming right now, some hotels are worried about last-minute cancellations.

“They used to fill up very quickly. Now they’re having trouble filling those rooms,” said Carl Petschak of Destination Gettysburg.

Petszak said the desire to travel still outweighs concerns about inflation and gas prices.

“But my intuition tells me that as we approach the travel season, people who might have decided to go somewhere this weekend in the blink of an eye can stay at home,” Petshak said.

Gettysburg is relatively close to major metropolitan areas such as Baltimore and Washington DC. However, if gas prices continue to rise, Gettysburg may seem too…

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