Louisville tourism officials are trying to convince tourists to stay longer than they normally would.

They’re trying to tell visitors not to come to Kentucky if they have to drive from California or Arizona.

And they’re trying, in a different way, to get them to stay on the same page about why it’s not a good idea for them to come.

They’ve had to do it, they say, because of a rash of car crashes.

They don’t like the fact that people think they’re getting away with this kind of thing.

They think we’re being overly aggressive.

The Louisville tourism office is a little bit of an anomaly in the tourism industry.

It’s a nonprofit organization that has been operating since 1999.

It has more than 1,000 employees and is mostly funded by hotel and restaurant owners.

Its motto is: We’re all the same.

And it wants people to come, but the main message is: Kentucky is different, we have to have fun.

That message has come across loud and clear.

It also has come through an ad campaign that went viral on YouTube.

The Kentucky Tourism Office is a nonprofit that operates out of a hotel and restaurants.

In a video posted to YouTube on Tuesday, the office says it’s trying to encourage tourists to come by providing a more pleasant experience for people traveling in Kentucky.

We are also trying to keep a sense of fun and relaxation when you’re traveling, they’re asking visitors to tell us.

We want to make sure you are able to have a great time while you’re here.

We’re not trying to scare people away.

The video, which has nearly 1.4 million views, shows people sitting in a room, wearing colorful, colorful clothing.

They take pictures of themselves while they watch.

A little girl who has a pink hat is playing with it, and she’s wearing a dress.

In the background is a smiling man holding a toy dog and playing with the toy.

In one picture, a man wearing a hat and sunglasses is talking on a cell phone.

It ends with the message: Please come and have fun, because Louisville is different.

The Office says Louisville is unique in that the tourism experience is a bit more relaxed.

The office is trying to be more welcoming, and it’s offering some incentives for visitors to come and visit Louisville if they decide to stay for a longer time.

They say they’ll be giving out free gifts and giving out discounts on hotel rooms and hotel taxes, but only if people visit Louisville for a certain length of time.

Some visitors have stayed at least four nights, the Office says.

Louisville tourism is one of the last places to offer discounts for hotel stays.

In August, the city’s Tourism Finance Department announced that it would offer discounts of up to 40 percent on all hotel stays of up a week, with the promise of additional discounts for up to 100 percent.

But the Office said it doesn’t give out discounts for long stays, such as nights in hotel rooms.

It offers no discount for overnight stays.

The tourism office has been in existence for nearly two decades.

It began in 1999 as a hotel.

The Tourism Finance Office has more to offer than just incentives.

It can also be used to promote Louisville as a tourism destination.

The hotel is a tourist attraction, the tourism office says.

It serves as a stop for businesses and other visitors to Louisville.

It does that by offering entertainment and entertainment services.

The downtown location is a great place to have dinner with your family, and that’s the way we see it.

The entertainment is a way to bring people into the city and see Louisville.

But some visitors say the office has not been helpful enough in helping them find places to stay.

They said that if they were given an option to stay in a hotel, they’d probably choose the hotel over the office.

We haven’t been doing a good job of promoting Louisville, they said.

In September, the Louisville City Council approved a new tourism levy that would add $250 million to the budget of the Louisville Tourism Office.

The new levy, approved by a City Council committee, will allow the office to make up the difference between its costs and revenue from hotel taxes.

The city says the money will go toward more hotel rooms, more entertainment services, more events, more food vendors, more bike racks, and more.

The mayor has also proposed a hotel tax increase.

A hotel tax hike is a tax increase that goes to the city of Louisville to fund the construction of new hotels and entertainment facilities.

The money goes into a fund that will be used for public safety and other public needs.

The increase in the hotel tax is the latest in a string of increases for tourism in Louisville, where the city has seen a spike in hotel occupancy and business.

Louisville Tourism Commissioner John Raskopf says the new hotel levy is intended to provide a tax break to visitors and businesses.

But Raskampf says that it is unfair to increase taxes for the