From left, Kim Lawson Yosemite spokesman Scott Gediman and Rhonda Salisbury, executive director of the bureau at Visit California’s 2017 Outlook Forum Feb. 27 at Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara.
From left, Kim Lawson Yosemite spokesman Scott Gediman and Rhonda Salisbury, executive director of the bureau at Visit California’s 2017 Outlook Forum Feb. 27 at Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara. Submitted Photo
From left, Kim Lawson Yosemite spokesman Scott Gediman and Rhonda Salisbury, executive director of the bureau at Visit California’s 2017 Outlook Forum Feb. 27 at Bacara Resort & Spa in Santa Barbara. Submitted Photo

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