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February 10, 2014 7:50 PM

VIDEO: Marketing lesser-known areas helps Beaufort County tourism, too, lawmakers say

State lawmakers at the Governor's Conference on Tourism and Travel being held on Hilton Head Island said Monday the campaign to advertise the "undiscovered" parts of the state will also benefit the established Lowcountry tourism market.

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