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Tourism Squamish is surveying residents

The organization is asking locals for their opinions on tourism.
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Squamish welcomes over 600,000 visitors annually, who brought in roughly $95 million in direct spending, according to Tourism Squamish.
Tourism Squamish is asking locals what they think about tourism in town.

The organization wants residents to fill out a new survey, which is open from now until April 15.

 “Tourism is an important part of life in Squamish. Before COVID-19, we welcomed over 600,000 visitors annually, who brought in roughly $95 million in direct spending. Locally, tourism supported an estimated 788 jobs and $35.5 million in wages,” the society said in an online post.  

“The more information we have, the better we can manage and support both tourism and residents. The results of this survey will help us plan for the future when travel is again encouraged. “

 The survey takes up to eight minutes, and, at the end, those who complete it will be eligible to win one of 20 unique Squamish prizes, which are altogether valued at about $2,800.  

Questions can be directed to linda@tourismsquamish.com.