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July 9, 2013 7:28 PM

Callaway Gardens CEO pulls the trigger on cuts, believes nature resort will rebound financially as group business picks back up

Less than a year after selling 7,000 of its 13,000 acres, Callaway Gardens is still working to lure more visitors to the nature-oriented attraction amid a U.S. economy that is slowly rebounding.

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