Not only are individuals and couples visiting spas and resorts, but groups find these special getaway spots are perfect for them, too.
Three Travel Exchange sessions focused on emerging markets in Hispanic travel, faith-based travel and young professionals in the tourism industry.
The video-based news and publicity program for NTA and UMA organizations became a major element on the convention floor.
Travel Exchange featured several sessions that highlighted current trends in tourism, giving attendees a fascinating look at new trip ideas.
Lisa Simon, president of NTA, and Vic Parra, president of UMA, discuss Travel Exchange 2013.
Social media is so pervasive in modern life today that it has become an important tourism marketing channel.
Travel South executive director Liz Bittner discusses how her organization works to leverage individual state travel offices’ tight resources.
Joe David Rice, tourism director for the Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism, talks about Arkansas’ heightened national profile.
Baby boomers are no passive travelers.
Courtesy Mackinac Island Tourism BureauWhat started as a single tour operator’s idea in the late 1990s has become one of the most influential organizations in the tourism industry. Travel Alliance Partners, commonly known by its initials, TAP, is a growing consortium of tour operators from across North America that have teamed up to offer their…