ASHWAUBENON - Tourism in the area's number one tourism county is also growing.
Green Bay's Convention and Visitors Bureau says Brown County saw more than five million visitors last year.
That's up nearly 3 percent from 2011.
Last year, out-of-town visitors spent $550 million in the county with a total direct and indirect spending impact of $900 million.
"We look forward to continuing to work without many tourism partners as well as community leaders to continue growing this tourism product and thus growing the impact tourism has on Brown County," said Brad Toll, Green Bay Visitors and Convention Bureau president and CEO.
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