Destination Directory

  • Hitting the Slopes this Season?

    Hitting the Slopes this Season?

    According to a new study by Airlines Reporting Corporation (ARC), air ticket purchases made through United States travel agencies for flights to top ski destinations in the U.S. and Canada is on the rise. Travel to ski destinations in December 2016 grew nearly 10 percent from December 2015. Is skiing on your group tour radar this winter season? Here are the top five ski destinations based on December 2016 growth.

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  • Sevierville: Ready to Welcome You Back

    Sevierville: Ready to Welcome You Back

    In the Smoky Mountains, the scenery is still beautiful, the people are still friendly and the attractions are still open. Come visit us now to experience all the things you've come to love about the Smokies. From hiking in the national park to skiing Ober Gatlinburg, playing the day away at Dollywood and shopping 'til you drop at Tanger Outlets Sevierville, all your favorites are ready to welcome you back.

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  • It’s Not Personal. It’s Business: New Year's Resolutions

    It’s Not Personal. It’s Business: New Year's Resolutions

    With the dawn of 2017, you might have a few personal New Year's resolutions. But what about your business and career? If you have new annual goals for your career and business, let these resolutions to help you along the way.

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  • The Uncertain Future of Cuba Travel

    The Uncertain Future of Cuba Travel

    Changes in government regulations this year opened up travel opportunities for United States citizens. Despite the first arrival of a United States airline in Havana, Cuba, on November 28, however, travel to the island nation from the U.S. is caught in the turbulence of an uncertain future. Along with concerns about the country's inability to accommodate the influx of tourists, both Cuba and the U.S. face unpredictability in government changes.

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Spotlight Collection

  • Experience ColumbusExperience ColumbusAs the 15th largest city in the U.S., there's a lot to see and do in Columbus. While you're in Ohio's capital city, whatever you do, don't miss out on these group musts. COME FOR GREAT NEIGHBORHOODSStroll along quaint brick streets and tour private homes ...
  • Go City CardGo City CardSave up to 55% off admission to top attractions with one, easy-to-use pass. Pay one low price and nothing at the gate. It’s that easy. Traveling in a pack? Groups of 10 or more can get extra savings with exclusive group discounts. In a group, not everyo ...
  • American Bus Association (ABA)American Bus Association (ABA)Every January, ABA welcomes the travel and tourism community to the first conference of the year – the industry’s premier business event – Marketplace.  More than 3,500 tour operators, suppliers and exhibitors come together to kick off a new year of ...
  • Philadelphia CVBPhiladelphia CVBHappy Groups, Happy Planners in Philadelphia. Philadelphia makes it easy with: Itinerary planning assistance Convenient motorcoach drop-off and parking Plenty of new and educational attractions and events throughout the city. Philadelphia’s Easy ...
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Featured Content

Social Strategies to Leave Behind in 2017

And 2017 is here! The new year is a great time to set new goals and vow to banish bad old habits.

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Attract NEW Fans by Cross-Promoting

Psst! Want new social fans that LOVE you? Cross-promoting is a powerful way to draw your fans from one of your social sites to another.

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Come On, Get Appy

There are plenty of travel resources online, and plenty of travel apps to download. Many CVBs and DMOs offer their own smartphone and tablet apps that serve as comprehensive guides to their destinations, or as guides that focus on specific themes for which their destination is known. When you can research information about a destination before the trip begins, how do you know if an app will enhance your group's experience? When it comes to mobile apps, the information isn't about what to do—it's about what to do next. 

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Recent Blogs

Nothing Is Impawssible

Flying with a group of humans is already a hassle—and if one of your group members is flying with a service animal, navigating the airways gets a little bit trickier. Here are five tips to help you and your group member's furry, four-legged counterpart along on the journey.

Last Year's News, This Year's Stories

A new year is a chance for a fresh start, yet we can't deny the past affects the future. In 2016, the travel industry experienced challenges and triumphs, leading to hope and uncertainty that will continue throughout 2017 and the years to come. Here a few pivotal moments from 2016, and how they could still affect the travel industry in the new year.

Wishing You a Very British Christmas

"Yes! Yes I do! I like Christmas! I love Christmas!" says Reginald Owen during his portrayal of Ebeneezer Scrooge in Edwin L. Marin's 1938 film adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Dickens' story isn't the only tradition the United States inherited from England for the holidays. In fact, many American Christmas traditions originate from across the pond. Here are some fun facts, a bit of history and some tips to "British up" your holidays.