Recent research released by USTOA backs up the economic impact of the group tourism industry.
Groups seeking a new reason to visit the nation’s capital need look no further that the March on Washington Film Festival this summer.
The Harley-Davidson Museum’s 2016 events focus on high-octane exhibits that shine a spotlight on Harley-Davidson’s deep ties to the sport of racing.
The Hagley Museum and Library recently acquired the world’s second largest private collection of patent models, a selection of which is now on display.
The Group Travel Family’s Darryl Harris has recently published his first novel, “A Lion Doesn’t Have To Roar.”
Dollywood recently debuted their new roller coaster, Lightning Rod.
Welcome! Earlier this month I was fortunate to cruise aboard the 15,000-ton Paul Gauguin on one of its frequent, one-week Society Islands sailings, round-trip from Papeete to the exotic islands of French Polynesia.
The annual Travel South Showcase took place March 6-9 and drew 590 delegates, including 135 tour operators, to Winston-Salem.
The Yale Center for British Art, home to the largest collection of British art outside the United Kingdom, will reopen May 11 following an interior conservation of its landmark building.
Groups are traveling with better safety and increased confidence thanks to the work of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and its outreach efforts to educate travel planners that charter motorcoaches.