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    May 06, 2019
    With over 50 million visitors traveling to Orange County in 2018, it was a record breaking year for tourism. This record number of visitors spent $13 billion across the County, an increase of 4.2% over last year. To learn more about the trends affecting the hospitality & tourism industries in Orange County, join OCBC for the 2019 Economic Development Forum on Wednesday, May 29, at the Anaheim Convention Center. 

    The annual Economic Development Forum will feature tourism experts from across Southern California, as well as two featured speakers: Lenny Mendonca, Chief Economic and Business Advisor to Governor Newsom and Director of GO-Biz; and Mark Thorpe, Chief Executive Officer, Ontario International Airport. To learn more about the forum, For more information, contact Jesse Ben-Ron, OCBC Director of Workforce and Economic Development. 

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