Why do we hate the Arizona Tourism Board
The Arizona Tourism Boards decision to prohibit all “all forms of motorized travel” from opening to the public in the state will be one of the most controversial and controversial in recent memory.
The board has been at the forefront of the push to reduce car trips in the desert for decades, and it was the primary reason for the creation of the new rules in January.
“We have a lot of tourists that come here from overseas, and we want them to be safe,” Board President Tom Wielicki told The Arizona Republic.
“We want them not to get hurt.”
While Wielicky was careful to point out that he had nothing against car trips, he also said it was important for tourists to be able to make their own decisions on the road, as the board’s new policy was not yet enforced.
Wielicks reasoning has been met with controversy from the beginning, and the board has now been forced to address some of the backlash.
The decision was met with widespread backlash on social media, with many people taking to Twitter to voice their opinion on the matter.
In addition to being the driving force behind the rules, the board also had a hand in drafting the rules.
Wienicki explained to the Arizona Republic that the board had a draft of the rules on its computers before they were finalized.
The draft was then sent to the state legislature and signed into law.
It’s not the first time the board was involved in controversy.
Last year, the Arizona board voted to ban all non-commercial outdoor activities from the resort town of Phoenix, including all sporting events and concerts.
It also passed a ban on the use of cell phones and electronic devices in the resort towns of Tucson and Chandler, which were both met with strong backlash from the public.
A similar ban in Las Vegas went into effect in March, which was met by mixed reviews.
At the time, a group of travelers and local residents protested the decision in front of the board, while others praised it as a positive step.
With the new policy in place, Wielicks team has been working hard to try and improve the experience for tourists and locals alike.
The new rules have been phased in and will go into effect starting on Tuesday.
Here’s how you can help.
Sign up for an Arizona tourist card that will allow you to book a tour to any of the state’s four main tourism destinations: Mesa, Scottsdale, Tucson and Flagstaff.
If you don’t have a card yet, you can still book online or in-person at the Arizona Board of Tourism website.
If that’s not an option, you could use an app that allows you to buy a ticket for your car and get off the highway.
You can also check out the new state tourism office in Phoenix at 480-939-1020.