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Posts tagged as: National Tour Association

Terrapin Blue’s first quarter success

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Terrapin Blue improves operations with grant expertise, emergency preparedness and savvy digital marketing.

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ABA, UMA and NTA respond to convention questions from BUSRide

There was a bit of flare up among the ABA, UMA and NTA following an early discussion on the idea that all three might come together for one annual convention.

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ABA: Talks with NTA and UMA dissolved over non-disclosure

Peter J. Pantuso, president and CEO of the ABA, today released the following statement in regards to a proposed joint trade show with UMA and NTA.

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Outlook strong for North American travel

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For many motorcoach operators and tour companies, 2011 saw a rebound in the tourism and travel business.

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Apportioned license plate proposal falls short

Charter coach companies will not be required to purchase apportioned license plates, thanks to a recent no vote on the International Registration Plan.

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NTA and Edelman coach tourism pros through oil spill disaster

The National Tour Association (NTA) and Edelman, an independent public relations firm, recently offered free counsel on crisis management and media relations to more than 100 tourism professionals in Biloxi, MS, and Houma, LA, and others impacted by the oil spill on the Gulf Coast.

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NTA announces new criteria for China Inbound Program

The National Tour Association (NTA), Lexington, KY, has announced new criteria for participation in its China Inbound Program. In conjunction with the China National Tourism Administration and the U.S. Department of Commerce, NTA issued changes in order to ensure Chinese group leisure travelers to the United States have a safe and quality vacation experience.

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Tour operators show resilience

The motorcoach tour business is not recession-proof, but it is resilient in the face of today’s tough economy. Operators say the number of people booking motorcoach tours is down from last year and they attribute more last-minute cancellations and smaller group sizes to the downturn. But as people tighten their belts and purse strings, those who still wish to travel see motorcoaches as the most affordable option.

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