Detroit has Motown. Bristol has country. Nashville has, well, everything. For cities that are known for their sound, music becomes a major part of their marketing efforts.
No matter what age the students are or where they’re going, tour operators are paving the way for student travel.
Glamping has taken off in popularity with individuals and groups across the country.
From shaving days off itineraries to shifting tours to take advantage of weekends, tour operators are finding new ways to accommodate working travelers.
Representatives of four organizations that host regular FAMs talk about their approaches to the tours and their tips for how travel planners can make the most of them.
A few group travel markets are booming and promise to keep growing in coming years.
According to an interview with four group travel industry leaders, the group travel market is increasingly going local with marketing messages.
Groups can’t get enough of these pop culture destinations.
There are a lot of benefits to traveling with a group, so how does the potential group leader begin forming a group and getting a trip off the ground? It starts with identifying your potential travel companions.
Recent fatal motorcoach accidents have again shown how important it is for group leaders to fully understand the potential liability that they and their groups can be assuming before sponsoring a group trip.