Accidental Tourists 

Mayor Dwight Jones promised Richmond a tourism strategy. So where is it?

In March 2011, Mayor Dwight Jones announced he was making tourism a top priority of his administration. As part of his oft-repeated strategy to grow the city "by design and not default," Jones assembled a commission of high-profile civic and business…

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