USTTA


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USTTAUS Travel and Tourism Administration (US DOC)
USTTAUnited States Table Tennis Association
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As a part of the Department of Commerce, USTTA is headed by an undersecretary of commerce.
The USTTA and TIA formed a government-industry partnership to implement the Traveler Safety and Security Initiative, a survey of more than 1,600 public and private U.S.
While McNeill explains that it's difficult to quantify the impact of the loss of USTTA, he does realize that "the future for us is in developing new markets." Fortunately, New Orleans is well-known abroad, where everyone associates the city with jazz.
As part of the cooperative agreement, signed by NEA chairman John Frohnmayer and USTTA head John Keller, African-American, Hispanic/Latino-American, Native-American and Asian-American cultural sites and resources will be identified and included in USTTA's promotional ventures for international tourists.
As an event, the conference marked the culmination of more than a year of preparation on the part of the United States Travel and Tourism Administration (USTTA) for a formal, national conversation about what the industry needs to reposition itself (see "Paving the Way for Travel and Tourism" in the February 1995 issue of ASSOCIATION MANAGEMENT).
(2) 'Navel and passenger fare receipts and payments for 1984-88 incorporate results of a survey administered by the United States Travel and Tourism Administration (USTTA).
Ken Hine, CAE, president and chief executive officer of the American Hotel and Motel Association, Washington, D.C., links the value of WHCTT to the threats to funding of USTTA. "The greatest value of the conference is getting people to understand the impact of our industry.
Travel and Tourism Administration (USTTA), which is actually charged on the governmental side with putting together that private-public partnership, you'll see that its budget has been cut this year by $1 million.
Travel and Tourism Administration (USTTA) has identified research as one of nine main topics up for discussion during the White House conference.