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PHOTO: Tourism secretary talks marketing

Jim Hagen
South Dakota Tourism Secretary Jim Hagen speaks to the Rotary Club on Thursday afternoon at the Ramada Inn and Suites in Mitchell. Hagen talked about the state's new marketing campaign for the summer and how it will utilize aerial videography shot from a helicopter throughout the state. With this summer's campaign, the tagline "Your American Journey" will accompany the familiar slogan "Great Faces, Great Places." (Chris Huber/Republic)
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