Lt. Governor Listens: AK Tourism Industry After weeks of traveling across the state to hear from local business leaders, we have completed a report summarizing the voices of Alaska’s tourism business community. Click Here to see the May 2021 Alaskan Tourism Business Report. The impacts of COVID-19 global pandemic have been felt across the state, but Alaska’s tourism industry has been hit especially hard by the lack of a cruise season in 2020, and the prospect of either a shortened or cancelled 2021 season. We want to hear personally from communities and businesses about how the loss of the cruise season has impacted business, and of course, how we can ensure Alaska’s tourism businesses remain viable for the 2022 season. If you have comments or concerns regarding the impacts on the Alaska tourism industry, please let us know by emailing email@example.com. LT. GOVERNOR LISTENS TOUR NEWS Lt. Governor Hears From Fairbanks Area Businesses Impacted by Cruise Ship Cancellation Local business leaders from the Fairbanks and Denali Borough hospitality industries meet with Lt. Governor Meyer to discuss the impacts of the canceled 2020 and 2021 cruise ship seasons. Dunleavy Administration Gauges Impact of Lost Tourism on Alaskan Businesses Lt. Governor Meyer meets with KTVF to discuss the Lt. Governor Listens tour. Skagway Residents Discuss Tourism Industry Funding Proposal with Alaska’s Lieutenant Governor Kevin Meyer Business owners in Skagway attend a virtual town hall with Lt. Governor Kevin Meyer to discuss the devastating impacts of the canceled cruise ship season. Lt. Governor Seeks Information on Impacts Due to Loss of Cruise Industry Lt. Governor Meyer visits Ketchikan to learn about the previous and upcoming impacts on the local tourism industry caused by the loss of cruise ship passengers.