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Articles tagged “us travel”

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U.S. Travel Coalition Enlists Restaurants and Retailers to Reverse Trump’s Isolationist Stance

If the travel industry's lobbying and trade associations have any more tricks up their sleeves, they'll need them if they will have any chance of reversing what is essentially the Trump Administration's anti-visitor stance.

U.S. Travel Coalition Enlists Restaurants and Retailers to Reverse Trump’s Isolationist Stance

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U.S. Travel Is Launching a Coalition to Break Through to Trump

The U.S. travel industry doesn't feel its approach to the Trump administration in 2017 was sufficient, and it's taking the next step. The old playbook for dealing with the White House is no longer relevant as travel and related industries try to find their footing.

U.S. Travel Is Launching a Coalition to Break Through to Trump

Tourism

Trump Slump Fears Are Realized as Revised Findings Show Tourism Drop

U.S. Travel's initial forward-looking travel projections seemed too optimistic. Hopefully the industry can have a more serious conversation about averting a prolonged slowdown instead of hoping for the best and staying the course.

Trump Slump Fears Are Realized as Revised Findings Show Tourism Drop

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U.S. Workers Are Taking a Bit More Vacation Despite Their Employers

The U.S. vacation deprivation phenomenon is a nationwide, coast-to-coast problem but seems to be especially apparent in large east and west coast markets that are often the bread and butter of many travel brands' business.

U.S. Workers Are Taking a Bit More Vacation Despite Their Employers

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President Obama’s U.S. Travel Legacy After Eight Years as Tourist-in-Chief

Few other presidents have done as much for the U.S. travel industry as President Obama and by many measures he will hand Donald Trump a healthy and growing industry. But some of the Obama Administration's tourism goals — programs and initiatives — while steps in the right direction, still leave plenty to be desired and require renewed efforts.

President Obama’s U.S. Travel Legacy After Eight Years as Tourist-in-Chief

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Video: U.S. Travel Leaders on What Ails Tourism Today

U.S. Travel is pushing us to take more time off, but millennials are nervous, and middle managers aren't listening. Also, tourism bureaus are doing a better job at communicating the economic impact of travel, and Brand USA is starting to see results with a 10 percent jump in international inbound intent-to-travel.

Video: U.S. Travel Leaders on What Ails Tourism Today