Will Brown is a senior director of government relations for U.S. Travel Association. Brown joined U.S. Travel in March 2018 and focuses on international security issues, including Customs and Border Protection, visa reform and immigration. Prior to joining U.S. Travel, Brown was the director of government affairs for the National Utility Contractors Association, where he focused on lobbying, policy development and communications.

 

Brown is a graduate of DePauw University and the Catholic University of America, and serves on the Bryce Harlow Foundation Alumni board and volunteers with Habitat for Humanity. 

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Understanding and Accessing COVID-19 Relief for the Travel Industry

January 07, 2021

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...

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History Is Made with the Signing of the Great American Outdoors Act

August 04, 2020

The funding provided by the Great American Outdoors Act will ensure access for generations to come and meet the growing demands of parks and recreation travelers.

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Advancing Industry Priorities in Phase 4 COVID-19 Relief Legislation

July 23, 2020

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...

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July 17, 2020
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Several of the bill’s important policy changes mirror U.S. Travel’s own recommendations.

May 22, 2020
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The National Park Service is entering its next phase of reopening.

April 28, 2020
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U.S. Travel commends the National Park Service for recognizing the urgent need to eliminate impediments to the travel industry’s recovery.

January 17, 2020
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Take advantage of the thinner crowds and beautiful winter scenery and visit a National Park Service site free of charge on MLK Day.

September 27, 2019
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Take advantage of the last days of warm weather and #FindYourPark on National Public Lands Day, one of the National Park Service’s fee - free days.

August 23, 2019
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The National Park Service celebrates 103 years with free admission on August 25.