by: Scott McCaulley
Missouri’s Lt. Governor says that 2020 saw a surge in visitors to the state which could put the Show-Me-State in position for a strong 2021.
Mike Kehoe, during an interview that airs on today’s “Ozarks Now” Program on KRZK, said reports from around the state indicated that visitors looking for a break from the strains of the COVID-19 Pandemic made their way to Missouri.
Kehoe says the attractions across the state are set-up well to see an increase number of visitors in 2021.
The complete interview with Lt. Governor Mike Kehoe can be heard below with a portion of the interview to air on “Ozarks Now” this morning between 11-1 on Legends 1063 KRZK.