Mary Quinn Ramer, the new head of VisitLEX. Ramer said Lexington has tourism opportunities that Louisville can't offer.
Mary Quinn Ramer, the new head of VisitLEX. Ramer said Lexington has tourism opportunities that Louisville can't offer. Lexington Herald-Leader
Mary Quinn Ramer, the new head of VisitLEX. Ramer said Lexington has tourism opportunities that Louisville can't offer. Lexington Herald-Leader

Lexington getting ready to ride wave of new tourism in 2015 and beyond

January 11, 2015 04:40 PM

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