National Travel and Tourism Week May 7-13, 2017

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National Travel and Tourism Week | U.S. Travel Association

Last year, 450 organizations across the U.S. participated in National Travel and Tourism Week (NTTW)—America’s annual salute to travel and tourism.

About

Established by a congressional resolution in 1983, this week of events serves to champion the power of our industry. Travel and tourism professionals from across the nation work throughout the week to promote the impactful contributions their travel markets and organizations make to the U.S. economy.

The travel community marks the event in a number of creative ways, from staging local rallies and conducting media outreach to securing proclamations and resolutions from local governments.

 

Theme

This year’s National Travel and Tourism Week will shine a spotlight on the power of travel by recognizing the millions of people who keep this industry strong: the Faces of Travel.

This industry supports the livelihoods of more than 15 million Americans, whose careers have blossomed. And it is one place where the right things matter most—reliability, hustle and attitude. These are the people who help others connect because hospitality runs in their DNA, fueling the travel industry’s continued success. These are the jobs and the people we should be celebrating.

Planning resources will be available in the next few weeks. We look forward to hearing how you’ll be participating.

Tourism Advisory Council Meeting, June 12-13, Havre

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Join the governor appointed tourism advisory council as they review marketing plans from regions and CVB’s across the state in beautiful Havre, Montana.

Montana State Parks – Makoshika Visioning, June 29

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Makoshika Visioning

Makoshika Visioning with Erik Dion – Erik Dion is Makoshika State Parks maintenance foreman. He will be introducing himself, giving us an update on what changes have been made while under his foremanship so far, as well as what he envisions for the park and new and exciting changes upcoming in the park. A free BBQ will be offered at this program. Please bring anything you may need to be comfortable, such as warm clothing, insect repellent, water, etc.

A campfire program schedule is available at the Makoshika Visitor Center.

Contact Sue Veroye at (406)377-6256 for more information.

 

Innovate Montana Symposium, July 12-13, Billings

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Innovate Montana Symposium 2017

The Innovate Montana Symposium is Montana’s signature annual business and networking event, connecting innovative ventures from diverse industries with economic opportunity. Over the course of two days, we’ll provide the insights, tools, and collaboration that foster thriving businesses and communities in our state. The event’s high impact speaker series will be paired with focused breakout sessions so inspiration is directly channeled into action plans. Brain dates and social events will make sure the right people are in the room for creating new ventures and powerful partnerships.

Check out last years Event or become a Sponsor. Download the Sponsor Packet.

MT Lodging & Hospitality Annual Fall Meeting, Sept 25-27, Big Sky

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Join industry professionals and key vendors and partners for the hospitality industry’s premiere event.

Learn more at http://www.mtlha.com/

2018 Montana Gov Conference on Tourism & Recreation April 15-17, 2018, Big Sky

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Welcome – Montana Governor’s Conference on Tourism & Recreation, the premier event supporting Montana’s leading industry.

Welcome

The Governor’s Conference on Tourism and Recreation is the annual gathering of Montana’s tourism and recreation industry.

The 2018 conference will be at Big Sky Resort April 15-17

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