Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Arizona glad to see snowbirds arrive

In some parts of the country, the first robin of spring announces nicer weather to come.

Here, we have snowbirds.

When the winter visitors start arriving, you know the swelter time is officially over. The days of patio parties and outdoor activities are back.

Sure, some folks tell snowbird jokes and call them cool-weather friends.

But we miss 'em when they stay away - and for the past three years, the snowbirds weren't flocking to our Valley.

They've always been good for our economy. A study done by Arizona State University six years ago found that the Valley's winter visitors contribute about $1 billion to the economy. They patronize restaurants, theaters, concert halls, art museums and other business and cultural venues.
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