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St. George—With the exponential growth of tourism in Southern Utah, the Washington County Commission has restructured tourism operations in the county and announced the hiring of Kevin Lewis as Director of Tourism. After an extensive interview process, Lewis was selected from more than 60 applicants for the newly created position. Lewis will oversee all tourism-related functions for the county including conventions, events, domestic and international travel, marketing, public relations, sports, outdoor recreation, facilities and tourism development. Throughout his career, Lewis has demonstrated success in a vast range of marketing, tourism and event positions – most recently as the Director of Sports and Outdoor Recreation for the county. He is the recipient of multiple awards for creative advertising and public relations work, including many of the television and multi-media assets for the Tourism Office. Lewis played the lead role in bringing events like the IRONMAN 70.3 North American Pro Championship to the area. In 2017, the Sports and Outdoor Recreation Department was involved with more than 40 major events that brought in $78 million in economic impact to the county. Tourism is one of the major contributors to the economy in Washington County. In addition to millions in direct economic impact from visitors, the tax revenue generated by visitors substantially helps reduce the tax burden of residents. According to data from the Utah State Tax Commission, Washington County receives $6.1 million in tax revenue annually from visitor room rentals – more than all but two counties in the state. Tourism-generated tax revenue provides more than $1,200 in tax relief per household each year. The increasing level of tourism activity brings a continued boost in employment as well. Data from 2016 shows tourism-related jobs made up 16.6 percent of the total job base in Washington County and tourism-related employment opportunities grew by 22 percent from 2012 to 2016.

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The majority of his time in the Coast Guard was spent in Kodiak, Alaska and overseas, but he is very happy to have officially retired in Charleston with his wife, Rosalba and four children: Christian, Samantha, Jonathan, and Travis.

Having moved and traveled all over the world, James is thrilled to bring his experiences to his new career in Real Estate at Century 21 Properties Plus. 

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd

Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd congratulates two of its shareholders on being named to South Carolina Lawyers Weekly’s 2018 Leadership in Law Honoree list. John Tiller and Jay Matthews are among 30 attorneys from across the state to be recognized. Nominated by their peers and selected by South Carolina Lawyers Weekly, Leadership in Law honorees have achieved success in their practice and have made a positive impact on the legal community as well as the community at large.

As a deeply experienced and widely respected trial lawyer and mediator, John Tiller leads Haynsworth Sinkler Boyd’s Insurance Defense Practice Group. He focuses his practice primarily on products liability, premises liability and personal injury actions, including complex matters involving numerous plaintiffs. John was inducted into the National Academy of Distinguished Neutrals in 2016. He received his B.S. from the College of Charleston and his Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina.

Is the housing market collapsing in the US?

Seems to be quite a bit about american sub-prime mortgage problems and US housing market over-supply in the specialist newspapers/magazines over here in the UK. Any views from the states?

i think my house is collapsing .

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