Visitors fromare expected to return to Southwest after receiving the go signal to enter the . However, some in the area say they’re getting numerous calls, and they’re running out of room to accommodate the tourists, a report said.
“The Canadian business for Fort Myers.is big,” said Chad McCumber, the manager of the Blueway Village in South
“Thebusiness right now is booming, so to get spots in right now is difficult.”
This surge of requests and calls forfrom Canadians follows an announcement made by Canada’s government. The Canadian government recently announced that land to the . is scheduled to resume on November 8.
Canadians were barred from enteringfor more than a year due to COVID-19.
“We obviously couldn’t get our Canadian friends that we’d have here on the regular,” McCumber said.
He and the otheranticipate the economic activity boom Canadians will bring to the region.
“I’m confident that’s millions of dollars that they bring into the, just in the business. That’s a huge boost,” McCumber said.