In the range of about a day, Maine has made two “best of” records in huge name distributions.

On Monday, Travel + Leisure Magazine named the state one of its Top 50 spots to visit on the planet one year from now.

Around 24 hours after the fact, US News and World Report called Ogunquit its top goal to get a good deal on wedding trips in 2020.

The honors add to Lonely Planet’s assignment of Maine as its fourth top 2020 locale to visit on the planet and Fodor’s adding Portland to its 2020 Go List.

Desolate Planet refered to Maine’s “lighthouse strewn coastline,” “culinary scene” and the arrangement of occasions got ready for its bicentennial festival as check to look at the state.

Travel + Leisure featured new one of a kind top notch food alternatives on Deer Isle.

Amidst all Maine’s recognition, Governor Janet Mills, a democrat, declared a 10-year financial advancement plan at a wood plant in Searsmont.

While Maine has had a lot of accomplishment in drawing in 37 million or so guests a year, the state has an extreme workforce deficiency and is maturing out.

Gov. Mills and her group want to battle both of those issues by utilizing Maine’s image — its outside, absence of traffic and personal satisfaction — as advertising devices.

“We think a lot of the reasons we score high on these polls is we have a lot of great assets,” said Heather Johnson, the official of Maine’s Department of Economic and Community Development.

Dana Connors, CEO of Maine’s State Chamber of Commerce says he’s seen a large number of those “assets” utilized better as of now in the “past few years,” which has added to Maine’s travel industry wins.

He thinks the state needs to keep up the exertion on the off chance that it needs to make those transitory Mainers permanent ones.

“You cannot market and say you’ve done your job,” said Connors. “You have to continue to be in the game.”

Maine shares its top spot on Lonely Planet’s rundown with areas in Italy, Japan and Central Asia.

In New England, Boston additionally made Travel + Leisure’s “must-see” list.

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