In this Issue:
By the time the year 2022 fades into 2023, the professionals who market and promote the Visit USA product abroad will witness some changes in the way they do business. But it’s likely that many of the core tenets of the process will likely remain the same, according to Jeff Karnes.
Surroundings (or Alentour), a digital platform for local tourism in France, recently reported on a survey of the expectations of French holidaymakers this summer on national territory. Among the major trends: leisure booking is done at the last moment, by gleaning ideas online. Preference goes to outdoor activities.
Social networking influences the way we travel, whether it be for leisure or business, a recently published YouGov Global Profiles report tells us. From planning and researching trips to keeping in touch with others.
News and happenings in the industry from including new products, DMO marketing, traveling with pets, other trends, and where the U.S. ranks with the world’s most beautiful sights.
Cowboys and Culture, Only in Fort Worth. Instead of spending hours driving far destinations far away, one can spend that time learning how to be a cowboy or shopping-for example! It’s all here: Western Heritage, Ranches, Sophistication, Arts and even Tax-Free Shopping!
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