by Corrinne Hess
The Village of Pleasant Prairie will end its relationship with the Kenosha Area Convention and Visitors Bureau and create its own tourism bureau by Jan. 1.
The village, which approved the move this week, will use the room tax from its hotel and motel rooms to pay for the new non-profit Pleasant Prairie Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Pleasant Prairie currently has five hotels. A sixth, a four-story, 108-room Fairfield Inn and Suites was approved Monday. It will be built just north of the Pleasant Prairie Premium Outlets.
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