Higher prices in Hawaii may be prompting resistance from visitors

04/27/2005 | American City Business Journals

As prices have risen in Hawaii during the past year, government data indicates visitors to the state may be starting to resist by cutting back on things like dining and paying for attractions. Spending per person per trip has dipped slightly despite higher prices, and local businesses worry tourism spending may have plateaued in the face of price increases.

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