The Arizona Office of Tourism said the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling on SB 1070 won't impact the way they do business.
The Arizona Office of Tourism released the following statement Monday.
"Today's ruling does not change how we promote the great State of Arizona. Each year, millions of visitors experience Arizona as a vibrant and diverse travel destination. The Grand Canyon State is one of the most welcoming, vibrant and diverse states in the nation with exciting outdoor adventures, fun-family activities, captivating arts and culture, rejuvenating resorts and spas, exquisite local cuisines and a variety of shopping opportunities. As one of the most unique destinations in the world, Arizona is not a place to just visit; it's a place to experience. This is the message that our agency will continue to tout across the globe to encourage visitors to travel to Arizona."
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