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Topic - Mike Caldwell
A new federal government report says New York state's 22 national parks drew more than 12.6 million visitors who spent $446.4 million in 2012.
A study by the National Park Service says park visitors spent $201 million and supported 3,138 jobs in Maine in 2012.
Going from four wheels to two gets a little more complicated when temperatures dip and snow starts sticking to the ground, but for Ogden Mayor Mike Caldwell, it's all in a day's work.
Find a boxcar-sized dock on the beach, or a soccer ball with Japanese symbols? The state of Oregon wants to hear from you. Just dial 211.
Chris Carpenter needed a pick-me-up in the worst way. A bullpen that just sat back and watched the last time the St. Louis Cardinals ace pitched was ready for extended duty.
Mike Caldwell, the agency's Philadelphia-based Northeast regional director, says national park tourism returns $10 for every dollar invested in the National Park Service.
Mike Caldwell, the park service regional director, said Monday that the report shows that national park tourism is a significant economic driver - returning $10 for every $1 invested in the National Park Service.