As any vendor knows, it’s not enough to lay out wares, spruce up the storefront and sit back with hands folded, waiting to be discovered. To attract shoppers, a marketplace has got to make itself known. That seems to be happening with the Land of Umpqua, as it’s promoted by the Roseburg Visitors and Convention Bureau. A recent report released by the bureau indicates that people who come to the area or stop while passing by are relishing certain features of our Southern Oregon hospitality. In addition, Bureau Director Jean Kurtz has said she’s optimistic that the number of drop-ins …
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