Treon Glenn is the senior director of government relations for U.S. Travel Association. Glenn focuses on issues related to federal appropriations, tax policy and infrastructure.

Prior to joining U.S. Travel, Glenn served in the U.S. Senate for over 10 years in several different capacities. Most recently, Glenn was a legislative assistant in Sen. Bill Nelson’s office, advising on matters related to financial services, international trade, tax policy, housing policy, economic development and privacy. Glenn notably worked on legislation aimed at preserving Florida’s citrus industry, helping small businesses deal with toxic algal blooms and preventing tax-related identity theft.

Glenn also served as a policy adviser to the Senate Special Committee on Aging from 2013-2015. Glenn assisted the chairman in identifying and investigating emerging trends, issues and concerns affecting older Americans, and developed nearly a dozen hearings on retirement security, financial services, consumer scams and other matters.

Prior to his time on Capitol Hill, Glenn was employed by the Associated Press from 2006-2008 as an executive assistant.

Glenn holds a master’s degree in public administration from Norwich University in Vermont and a bachelor’s in legal studies from the University of Wisconsin.

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Funding Recovery & Beyond: What's Still Available

September 14, 2021

Billions of dollars in local, state and federal funding are still available to eligible travel entities. This webinar provides a simple, easy-to-understand breakdown of what funding is still out...

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It’s Official: Juneteenth Is Now a Federal Holiday

June 18, 2021

U.S. Travel worked closely with the bill’s sponsors to build support for the proposal and make the case for its swift passage.

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Understanding and Accessing American Rescue Plan Relief

March 16, 2021

This webinar features the U.S. Travel government relations team as they walk through the travel-related provisions provided by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021—the $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package that includes much-needed federal assistance and substantial support to aid our industry’s recovery—as well as important details on accessing available relief. To learn more about the relief options, we encourage you to bookmark our travel industry relief resource page which will be updated regularly with more information as it becomes available.

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March 03, 2021
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Juneteenth can foster a more complete understanding of our nation’s history and bring even greater meaning to the unifying power of travel.

January 07, 2021
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The U.S. Travel government relations team provides an in-depth overview of the COVID-19 Emergency Relief Package and the components of the legislation that have important impacts on travel businesses. Learn how to access relief, when funds will be made available and other considerations you should...


September 17, 2020
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Join the U.S. Travel government relations team as they walk through a detailed overview of the Coronavirus Relief Fund . Learn from your industry colleagues from across the country on how they are working to gain access to relief, distributing the dollars and maximizing the resources for recovery...


July 28, 2020
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The U.S. Travel team provides an update on the HEALS Act. Tune in to hear what that means for the travel industry and ways to continue activating for relief. View the presentation slides here . *Not intended for media purposes.


July 23, 2020
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This webinar provides a deep dive into advocacy efforts to secure relief, protection and stimulus for the travel industry. Gain insights on anticipated bill timing, next steps and ways you can easily engage to amplify industry priorities . Additionally, Vicki Varela, managing director of the Utah...


April 09, 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.