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Experts on how to best promote the area's top cultural and historical assets say their work in this part of South Carolina looks promising.
"In doing the interviews and getting the information, one thing that is surprising is how much there is in this county," said private consultant Curt Cottle.
He said art forms such as Catawba pottery and the county's Revolutionary War sites are obvious appeals, as are nature-based attractions such as 40-Acre Rock
Carole Summers Morris, another consultant, said leaders here are ready "to go to the next level."
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