|Posted on 5/23/2017 2:27:00 AM.|
Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser has launched a new Horse Tourism Initiative to bring visitors to Louisiana racetracks, campgrounds, therapeutic riding centers and state parks. Nungesser says Texas and Mississippi have great horse shows, but Louisiana is also home to some of the finest equestrian services in the country.
|Billy Nungesser, tourism, Louisiana Horse Tourism, horse|
|Posted on 5/22/2017 11:29:00 AM.|
The future of the four confederate monuments that were taken down in New Orleans is unclear. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser met with New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu today to try and come to an agreement. He says this is a fight for Louisiana’s history and culture.
|Billy Nungesser, Mitch Landrieu, confederate monuments, NOLA|
|Posted on 5/8/2017 12:59:00 PM.|
A Tulane University professor has filed a lawsuit to keep the city from removing a statue of Confederate General P.G.T Beauregard, which is at the main entrance of New Orleans City Park. Richard Marksbury argues that the City Park Improvement Association is the true owner of the monument and Mayor Mitch Landrieu would need their approval before taking it down.
|Confederate monuments, Richard Markbury, Billy Nungesser|
|Posted on 5/2/2017 5:04:00 AM.|
Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser unveils a new initiative called Destination Louisiana to encourage Louisianans to vacation in their home state. Nungesser hopes residents will staycation in the Bayou State rather than jumping on a plane. He says there is so much beauty to see right here.
|Billy Nungesser, Destination Louisiana, staycation|
|Posted on 4/25/2017 10:28:00 AM.|
Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser is not happy the Liberty Place monument in New Orleans was taken down under the cover of night. The monument commemorated a group of white supremacists who fought against the racially integrated police force in 1874. Nungesser says the monuments should stay in place because they’re part of Louisiana’s history.
|Billy Nungesser, Liberty Place, confederate monuments, New Orleans|
|Posted on 4/20/2017 6:48:00 AM.|
North Louisiana is known for its great locations for bass fishing, which is why the Lt. Governor’s Office in partnership with the Office of Tourism and state parks has announced the launch of the Louisiana Bass Trail.
|Billy Nungesser, Louisiana Bass Trail, fishing, Sportsman's Paradise|
|Posted on 4/12/2017 4:26:00 AM.|
For a fifth consecutive year, Louisiana broke a record for tourism. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser says in 2016, the state welcomed a record 47 million visitors, which is more than a 2 percent increase over the previous year. He says tourists spent an average of $360 a person.
|Billy Nungesser, tourism, confederate monuments, Tim Chester|
|Posted on 4/7/2017 10:59:00 AM.|
Festival season is in full swing in all corners of the Bayou State. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser says the Blues Festival gets underway in the Capitol City, while the Crawfish Festival kicks off in Lake Charles. He says there’s plenty to do in Louisiana this weekend.
(photo courtesy of Facebook)
|Billy Nungesser, festival season, tourism, festivals|
|Posted on 3/27/2017 6:28:00 AM.|
Today the first direct flight from New Orleans to London takes off out of the Louis Armstrong Airport. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser will be aboard the British Airways flight and says this is an exciting day for all travelers in the state. He says now that this direct flight is available, it opens up the doors for international tourism to Louisiana.
|Billy Nungesser, London, direct flight, British Airways|
|Posted on 3/14/2017 3:49:00 AM.|
The Louisiana Office of Tourism is promoting the Bayou State to travelers from Germany, as Condor Airlines prepares to offer direct flights to New Orleans this summer. Lt. Governor Billy Nungesser says representatives from his office spent the last week in Berlin promoting Louisiana’s food, culture, and history to the German-speaking market. But their efforts don’t stop there.
|Billy Nungesser, LOT, tourism, Germany, New Orleans|
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