U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow shared the latest data showing that travel-related unemployment in the U.S. is now at 51%—more than double the worst national unemployment rate recorded during the Great Depression (25%).
Disney Springs has reopened their doors today, but not all restaurants and shops will open.
Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando, and SeaWorld will begin presenting their reopening plans on Thursday, Orange County officials said.
Vice President Mike Pence met with industry leaders and Gov. Ron DeSantis Wednesday to talk about reopening Florida.
Honorees are recognized for their significant inbound travel contributions to the U.S. from their respective markets. Nominations are based on a combination of factors such as customer volume, revenues and unique marketing campaigns promoting America to travelers around the globe.
The document, called “Travel in the New Normal,” was a collaborative effort with medical and infectious disease experts. It does not offer any timeline but presents a layered approach to restore travelers’ confidence by showing that all sectors of the business are adapting consistent best practices going forward.
The event is a travel industry marketplace that generates travel to the U.S.
U.S. Travel Association Announces Cancellation of IPW 2020.
Event Was to Take Place May 30-June 3 in Las Vegas.
Tourism is crucial to the economic growth of the US and has not been impacted by the current administration, a message that both US Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow and Christopher L. Thompson, President and CEO, Brand USA, drove home at the opening press conference at the US Travel Association’s IPW, held this year in Anaheim, California.