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Traverse City Seeing A Lot of Fall Tourists in the Area

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The leaves are changing and Fall weather is here, but that's not stopping tourism in the Traverse City Area.

In fact, for some businesses like local wineries, this time of year is the busiest.

And, downtown businesses say things are not slowing down for them either.

The Cherry Republic tells 9 and 10 News that aside from their normal big selling items, Fall draws people to the wine.

Two Lads Winery says the bad year for apples and cherries, did not affect the grapes.

Business downtown stays steady even when the snow starts to fly, because of Winter festivals like the Winter Wow Fest.

 

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