Calloway Gardens in Pine Mountain say they are cutting some jobs at their resort.
Owners say they are working to eliminate some jobs and will also close for more than a week in January 2014.
CEO Edward Calloway says the first six months of 2013 were worse than anticipated, despite more than $2 million in improvements this year.
He says the gardens are seeing growth in daily and weekend visits, but other areas are not performing.
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