A new study suggests tourism had an economic impact of nearly $150 million last year in Steuben County. The report, conducted by Kentucky-based Certec Inc. and commissioned by the Steuben County Tourism Bureau, says the industry is tied to more than 2,600 area jobs. You can view more information by clicking here.

Last year, 1.9 million people visited the northeast Indiana county, which is known for picturesque lakes and Pokagon State Park.

The findings suggest tourism is linked to nearly $43 million in direct wages and salaries.

Source: The Steuben County Tourism Bureau, Certec Inc.

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