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The U.S. Travel and Tourism Advisory Board (TTAB)—an advisory entity to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce consisting of public- and private-sector travel stakeholders from across the country—met and voted to move their recommendations for boosting international visitation and spending in the U.S.
The travel industry welcomes the president’s attention on the crucial topics of infrastructure, trade and national security—and knows exactly how to help him achieve his goals in these areas.
President Trump’s State of the Union address last night was a call for unity—and the travel industry paid close attention to his remarks on infrastructure, trade and national security.
Winter resorts are gearing up for the cold weather, and the Winterplace Ski Resort in Ghent, West Virginia is no exception. The resort kicked off its season by hosting Congressman Evan Jenkins and twelve West Virginia-based travel and tourism leaders for a Travel Talks roundtable.
Last week, Congressman Ken Buck participated in a Travel Talks Roundtable at Wiley Roots Brewery in Greeley, Colorado. Ian Steyn, a board member of Colorado Tourism, led the roundtable with 14 other travel and tourism leaders including representatives from Denver Airport, Visit Fort Collins and the Greely Chamber of Commerce.