Accelerating Recovery with the Let's Go There Campaign


As reopening continues, confidence builds and the emotional connection to travel returns, the Let's Go There campaign will look to incentivize Americans to book and take a trip by providing industrywide offers and discounts to compel Americans to act during a pre-determined booking window. This webinar covers the research behind the campaign creation process and how you can get involved. To inquire about pricing and supporting the campaign today, please contact Letsgothere@ustravel.org.

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IN THIS WEBINAR
President and CEO
U.S. Travel Association

Vice President, Marketing and Industry Communications
U.S. Travel Association

Director, Industry Communications
U.S. Travel Association

Executive Vice President, Public Affairs and Policy
U.S. Travel Association

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April 28, 2020
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U.S. Travel's government relations team hosted a webinar for DMOs on how to navigate the CARES Act. The webinar is devoted to answering questions received from DMOs, CVBs and state tourism offices about their eligibility and assistance for their organizations and staff.


March 30, 2020
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U.S. Travel's government relations team hosted a webinar detailing what the CARES Act means for the travel industry.


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