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The McDonald's at the Natick rest area on the Mass. Pike offers a welcome respite for Betsy Wall, who oversees state tourism. The McDonald's at the Natick rest area on the Mass. Pike offers a welcome respite for Betsy Wall, who oversees state tourism. (FILE/THE BOSTON GLOBE)
April 22, 2007

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Betsy Wall , executive director, state Office of Travel and Tourism She says she is ‘‘a ridiculous booster of Massachusetts and helping people find places to go and things to do in the state.’’ Which is only appropriate, since Wall oversees the state agency in charge of promoting tourism. Tourism brought $13.1 billion and more than 23 million people to ... (Full article: 292 words)

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