Every year tourists bring in billions of dollars to Louisiana. The main reason? Culture. Louisiana has become a multicultural melting pot of African, West Indian, American Indian, Spanish, French, and English cultures. People want to visit the French Quarter to hear jazz music or to celebrate Mardi Gras. Tourists want to see alligators, eat po’boy sandwiches, attend a crawfish boil, or hear Creole being spoken by a native. Tourism is big business for the state, but the state brings in money in a variety of other ways. Agriculturally, Louisiana produces large quantities of crawfish, cattle, poultry, dairy products, sugarcane, and rice. Paper production, coal, petroleum, chemical production, and food processing are also big industries in the state. All in all, Louisiana has much to offer to locals and tourists.