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Featured Content

Holiday Travel Packing Tips to Share with Clients

As we enter a busy family-travel time of year, many clients may be anticipating the stress of cancelled flights and lost luggage. Help them eliminate one of those stressors by sharing these tips for traveling carry-on only.


The Day I Demoted Myself

The Day I Demoted Myself: The Power of Transparency in the Workplace


Getting Student Travelers to Disconnect

Student travel can be a great niche market—you get into a groove with a particular school or teacher, and you have repeat business for years. Working with student groups can also present a range of challenges and rewards. A major challenge is getting kids to unplug from technology, so they can focus on their travel experience.


Recent Blogs

Persistence Pays Off: Turning No into Yes

I was attending a conference about four years ago and it was the last day of the conference in the middle of "after lunch" appointments. In between appointments, I was talking with a friend, discussing the conference—the highs and lows, and everything in between. Then I looked at my watch and realized that I was two minutes into my next appointment. I told my friend that I would be right back, as I had talked with this particular person for the previous three shows and was told, "No, we're not going to offer our clients an international tour; it's too far away and not what we want to do."

Appreciation: It Goes a Long Way.

Every year, Destination DC hosts a feel-good event called "DC Loves Buses" day. This is a day where the tourism industry in Washington, D.C., comes together to thank tour bus drivers for all they do to bring group business into the city. The drivers are surprised with goodie bags and lunch, provided by our industry partners.

Learning to Go with the Flow

This personal story from Ragan Myers, one of Group Today's Top 10 Next Gens in Group Travel, is a perfect example of how tour planners need to be flexible and creative when things don't go as intended.