Cashing in on ‘election tourists’


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  • Sunday, 25 Mar 2018

THE stage is set for a bruising battle but for local tourism players, the general election is likely to be a boon for business.

Even quiet, sleepy towns will have an adrenaline rush, attracting travellers curious about the election candidates, besides the usual hordes of Election Commission staff, media personnel, political party workers or voters returning to their hometowns.

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