LITTLE ROCK, AR – Many Arkansas businesses that were affected by the Gulf oil spill from the Deepwater Horizon on April 20, 2010, said the huge toll it took on the seafood and tourism industry is making a steady comeback this year. Central Arkansas restaurants and travel agencies who suffered from oyster shortages and cancelled vacations last year say things are looking much brighter now. Todays TVH.com spoke with Arkansas business owners: "Everything looks better, we've got enough oysters, the price went down a little bit," Manager Rafael Cervantes said. Cervantes says it's a welcome treat after last year's oil spill brought a bit of a drought. "Shipments delayed or sometimes we didn't get none because they didn't have enough. They're coming in regularly now," Cervantes said. Cervantes says the quality of the seafood is looking better too. And so is the appeal of a Gulf vacation this year. "I've booked reservations all the way through the end of September," Jayne White said. White with Poe Travel in Little Rock says it's says almost like the oil spill never happened. "People are just kind of forgetting it, the beaches are all clear and the panhandle is beautiful as it has been in the past," White said. Even White and her coworkers have gulf getaways coming up. "We didn't last year but we're all going this year," White said. And White says good deals await travelers. Todays TVH.com also talked with the owner at Cajun's Wharf in Little Rock and she says their gulf supply is just fine right now. The Deepwater Horizon oil spill that occurred on April 20, 2010 and claimed the lives of 11 oil rig workers, is the worst ecological disaster in the history of the United States. Arkansas Lawyer Search: Little Rock personal injury lawyer Published by maritime lawyer Gordon, Elias & Seely, LLP
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