Welcome! This month I’d like to present an idea for what could be an exciting new destination area for consideration by those cruise line executives who are also GCN readers.
Introduce your group to the many personalities on your next tour with an unlikely item – a straw.
Recent research released by USTOA backs up the economic impact of the group tourism industry.
Discover why your group will love the charming town of Paducah with this brand new video! Sponsored by Paducah CVB.
Georgia will thrill your group with 100 miles of golden coastline, history, pop-culture, art, and hip city options.
Georgia’s Presidential Pathways region is home to historic homes, eclectic sites, and film scenes for pop icons like “The Hunger Games” and “The Walking Dead.”
Georgia’s Historic Heartland is a center point for the state’s history and culture.
Stretching exactly 100 miles, the Georgia coast packs in so many attractions that visitors could spend a month exploring a new place every day and still not hit all of the top sites.
Sprawling Atlanta offers both hip and historic options for groups.
Bob Hoelscher shares some of his most memorable moments from over 50 years of cruises.