U.S. Travel Association’s Experience Network and the National Tour Association (NTA) have entered a strategic partnership to provide valuable educational opportunities to its members.
"We're very excited about this recent collaboration with NTA," said Doug Killian, senior director of international communications at Mall of America and the chair of U.S. Travel's Experience Network. "Our council hopes to build on this relationship with the tour association, and to continue to provide engaging, educational opportunities that will benefit both of our memberships."
Both organizations hope this new relationship will continue to bridge their networks and industry members at large.
"NTA members know that our association provides top-quality educational sessions, so a partnership with U.S. Travel’s Experience Network is the perfect fit," said Pam Inman, NTA president. "I’m excited that we can work together to bring meaningful, relevant information targeted to our supplier attendees and another venue where they can learn and share ideas."
About Experience Network: The U.S. Travel Experience Network represents more than 800 U.S. Travel members in organizations as diverse as national parks, iconic landmarks, shopping centers, entertainment venues, world-class attractions and sightseeing tours. The council’s purpose is to enhance the effectiveness of the individuals and organizations who participate, by providing them with tools, connections and support.
About NTA: Founded in 1951, the National Tour Association is a global association of packaged-travel professionals serving travelers to, from and within North America. NTA’s annual convention, Travel Exchange, will take place Dec. 14–18 in San Antonio. For more information, visit NTAonline.com.
U.S. Travel Association is the national, non-profit organization representing the $1.2 trillion travel industry, an essential contributor to our nation's economy and success. U.S. Travel produces programs and insights and advocates for policies to increase travel to and within the United States. Visit ustravel.org for information and recovery-related data.