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Friday Check-inNovember 18, 2016

As we look ahead to the political transition in Washington, U.S. Travel is well equipped to advance priorities that protect and grow travel. 

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Friday Check-inNovember 04, 2016

Ahead of Election Day, U.S. Travel continues its efforts to reinforce travel’s value and impact in the eyes of our nation’s leaders. 

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Friday Check-inOctober 21, 2016

With all eyes on Las Vegas, Nevada earlier this week at the final presidential debate, U.S. Travel was on the ground with our industry positioning campaign touting that travel is “More than fun. It’s serious business.” 

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Friday Check-inSeptember 30, 2016

Congress passed a short-term spending bill to keep the government funded through Dec. 9—legislation that also includes $1.1 billion to fight the Zika virus. 

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Friday Check-inSeptember 16, 2016

This week, the Department of Transportation announced members of the new National Advisory Committee on Travel and Tourism Infrastructure, established in last year’s long-term surface transportation bill.

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Friday Check-inSeptember 01, 2016

This week, U.S. Travel convened 800+ destination marketing professionals for three days of learning and connecting at ESTO 2016 in Boca Raton, FL.

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Friday Check-inJuly 15, 2016

From plane ticket to winning ticket, convention-goers headed to the presidential nominating conventions in Cleveland and Philadelphia will see industry positioning messages that tout travel’s impact. 

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Friday Check-inJune 10, 2016

A bill passed the House this week, providing the Transportation Security Administration with resources and flexibility to continue reducing wait times at airport security checkpoints.

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Friday Check-inMay 26, 2016

This weekend’s kickoff to summer should see record-level demand for travel and increased spending.

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Friday Check-inMay 20, 2016

In anticipation of a busy holiday travel period, we’re focused on activities in Congress and the Administration to efficiently and securely process the millions of passengers transiting through our nation’s airports.

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