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REMARKABLY HOSPITABLE DuPage County is second only to Cook County, home to Chicago, in generating tourism revenue for Illinois.


• Visitors to DuPage County contributed just under $2.15 billion to the state’s economy in 2011. • Tourism was responsible for over $126.3 million in state tax receipts and $35.14 million in local tax receipts. • DuPage County employs over 20,720 people in the hospitality industry.


Year after year, these tourism statistics help confi rm that visitors fi nd DuPage County to be a highly attractive and affordable alternative to staying in Chicago.


Sources: U.S. Travel Association; State of Illinois Offi ce of Tourism (IOT)


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Addison Aurora Bartlett Batavia


Bensenville


Bloomingdale Bolingbrook Burr Ridge


Carol Stream Clarendon Hills Darien


Downers Grove Elk Grove Village


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J-10 I-5


A-11 D-16 H-4


E-14 Elmhurst


Glendale Heights Glen Ellyn


Hanover Park Hinsdale Itasca


Lemont Lisle


Lombard Naperville


D-14 Oak Brook E-11 K-8


Oakbrook Terrace Roselle


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Schaumburg St. Charles Villa Park


J-3 Warrenville F-15 Wayne


J-7 West Chicago D-16 Westmont C-9


Wheaton


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Willowbrook Winfi eld


G-13 Woodridge G-11 Wood Dale J-6


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H-10 E-5 H-1 F-2


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E-15 F-5


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