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Before the IPW 2017 show floor opens for business, registered IPW buyers and suppliers are invited to join Tourism Cares on Saturday, June 3 from 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m. to help maintain and beautify the National Mall. Buyer registration is complimentary; supplier registration...

source: U.S. Travel Association

Daily Getaways is certainly going out with a bang. The prize for a few lucky buyers? Hyatt points for as low as 1 cent each. It translates to being able to stay in the most expensive hotels in the world for $300.

source: Running with Miles

According to the U.S. Travel Association, the American tourism industry is an engine that generates about $2.3 trillion, and $248 billion of that goes into paychecks of the people who make tourism happen.

source: Centre Daily Times

The U.S. Travel Association issued a statement saying genuine security risks should be addressed but also arguing the U.S. Homeland Security Department be as flexible as possible to minimize disruptions.

source: WINS (New York)

So far, Visit California has set aside $1 million from its reserve funds to market the state at international visitors. The money, the group said, is being used in an "All Dreams Welcome" marketing campaign.

source: The Orange County Register

America's infrastructure has a D+ grade, and is ranked 20th in the world according to the American Society of Engineers, and airport infrastructure doesn't fare much better, with a D grade.

source: CBS Philly


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