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The significant increases in Chinese travel into southern California automatically translate into an increase in Chinese travelers into the Coachella Valley. In this part of the state, Chinese tourists are drawn to shopping at stores like the outlets in Cabazon, gambling...

source: The Desert Sun

Business travel is growing and smart businesses are seeing the value of meetings and events as a strong element in the marketing mix. After all, according to the U.S. Travel Association, the total number of business trips in the U.S. keeps increasing year after year.

source: Vancouver Business Journal

"Friendlier service doesn't cost a thing." That’s what one travel writer said, after complaining about an experience on board a flight recently. But as a flight attendant with years of experience, my first thought was: Yes. It does.

source: Mashable

Over the last decade, destination marketing organizations (DMOs) have leveraged the rise of mainstream interest in food to open new consumer markets and drive business to a wider range of regional travel suppliers working in the food and beverage (F&B) sector.

source: Skift

About 23 million travelers around the world will cruise in 2015—with the majority sailing from North American ports, the Cruise Lines International Association reported last week.

source: eTurboNews

Americans have gotten used to more bad news than good when it comes to job growth. But that may not be true in some job categories—as in, the travel industry.



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