On Wednesday, more than 200 travel industry professionals, representing all sectors of the industry, convened in New York City for U.S. Travel's inaugural Secure Tourism Summit to discuss how our industry can prepare for and respond to crisis situations.
Next week, we celebrate 100 years of the National Park Service—the agency responsible for protecting our nation’s most valuable natural resources. Get involved as we recognize the many reasons to commemorate these iconic attractions.
The recently completed national political conventions provided a great platform to promote the value of meetings and the benefits of travel, especially to lawmakers and the thousands of media covering these two major events.
The Visit U.S. Coalition released a set of policy recommendations centered on steps the federal government should take to win back our nation’s share of the global travel market and aid in the administration’s goal of sustained GDP growth.
In this week’s message, we address travel industry matters related to the recently enacted federal budget deal, the release of President Trump’s fiscal 2019 budget proposal and his much-anticipated infrastructure plan.