Summer is right around the corner. That means cities around the world will be flooded with people enjoying their summer vacations. One place is reminding residents to be nice to tourists. The agency that promotes travel to Hawaii is launching an online campaign to remind locals about the benefits of tourism. One video ends with the lines, "Take care of tourism. It's a family business." Officials say people sometimes forget how important tourism is for the area and instead start complaining about too many people and too much traffic. What do you think of this campaign? Do we need to be reminded to be nice to tourists? What would your message be to residents and tourists?
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