Simon Hudson, left, director of the Center of Economic Excellence in Tourism and Economic Development at the University of South Carolina, talks Monday with Brad and Deborah Spencer of Ahh Green Spa at Hudson’s booth during the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference.
Simon Hudson, left, director of the Center of Economic Excellence in Tourism and Economic Development at the University of South Carolina, talks Monday with Brad and Deborah Spencer of Ahh Green Spa at Hudson’s booth during the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference.
Simon Hudson, left, director of the Center of Economic Excellence in Tourism and Economic Development at the University of South Carolina, talks Monday with Brad and Deborah Spencer of Ahh Green Spa at Hudson’s booth during the Ecotourism and Sustainable Tourism Conference.

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