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September 27, 2011
The Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau Certified by EarthCheck

The development of operational best practices and implementation of a policy towards building a sustainable destination have been key goals for the Cancun Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB), which earned its certification for Administrati...
May 04, 2011
Tourism Malaysia Canada Launches Revamped Website

Tourism Malaysia Canada has launched a completely revamped website, which is user friendly and easy to navigate. The new website features more than 10 main channels with over 140 sub-pages, providing more robust content on Malaysia. "We ...
April 20, 2010
Canada's Tourism Working Towards International Strategy

In a speech today to the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal, Jean-Marc Eustache, President and Chief Executive Officer of Transat A.T. Inc. emphasized the need to adopt a concerted strategy for international tourism at a time when dema...
February 27, 2010
TSUNAMI WARNINGS For The State of Hawaii

TSUNAMI WARNINGS For The State of Hawaii: February 27, 2010 Updates and Questions? Call direct: USA +1-808-566-9900 International contacts: Germany: (+49) 2102-1458477 UK: (+44) 20 3239 3300 Australia (+61) 2-8005 1444 ...
November 23, 2009
British Columbia Minister's Council On Tourism Appointed

Thirteen representatives from the tourism industry will provide advice to the Province on how to market and expand B.C.'s growing tourism industry as members of the new Minister's Council on Tourism, Minister of Tourism, Culture and the Art...
September 28, 2009
Oklahoma Tourism Unveils Sustainable Travel Initiative

Today, the Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department unveiled a new travel initiative called ECO -- Encouraging Conservation in Oklahoma -- which promotes, educates and encourages sustainable travel in the state. The ECO program approac...
June 04, 2009
Gunnison River Festival, Colorado: Showcases Recreation Mecca

TheGunnison River Festival is a unique blend of hardcore and lighthearted outdoor recreation that showcases Gunnison County, Colo., from June 26 -- 28. Where else can you find a mix of competitive river boating, a climb-a-thon and adventure...
April 22, 2009
China & Hong Kong Food Culture: Asian Foodprints Conference In Toronto

The Asian Institute of the University of Toronto will present "Asian Foodprints: China & Hong Kong", an international conference on Chinese society through food, on May 1 at its Munk Centre for International Studies, as the opening event of...
February 25, 2009
Viera Nayarit: Accolades For Mexico's Newest Destination

After a successful 2008, Riviera Nayarit builds momentum in 2009. Mexico's newest destination has already received new accolades to support this region as a burgeoning "must see" destination. CheapFlights.com has just named it one of its 12...
February 11, 2009
Ontario Tourism Report Aims To Strengthen Industry

Greg Sorbara, MPP for Vaughan, released a report today that lays out a 10-year plan for boosting the tourism industry by marketing Ontario as one of the world's best places to visit. Discovering Ontario: A report on the future of tourism...
December 17, 2008
San Francisco Approves New Tourism Improvement District

San Francisco's hotel owners and operators have approved the Tourism Improvement District (TID) proposed by the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB). San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom and Board of Supervisors President Aaron Pe...
July 15, 2008
San Francisco Visitors Planning Guide

Whether summer plans include the increasingly popular "staycation" or a coast-to-coast journey, the new summer-fall edition of the San Francisco Visitors Planning Guide is a "must-read." Published by the San Francisco Convention & Visitors ...
May 09, 2008
"Dine About Town San Francisco" June 1-15, 2008

The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau's (SFCVB) popular "Dine About Town San Francisco" program returns June 1-15. On June 4, meet Dine About Town featured chefs at a launch party in The Cellar at Macy's Union Square from 6 to 8 p....
April 11, 2008
Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau Launches New Brand

The Shreveport-Bossier Convention and Tourist Bureau officially unveiled its new brand at a launch event April 3 at the Shreveport Convention Center. The public was invited to attend the event, which introduced Shreveport-Bossier's new iden...
February 21, 2008
New Cultural Guide From Seattle's Convention & Visitors Bureau

Travelers to Seattle have a new cultural resource available from Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau (SCVB) beginning in April. The Seattle African American Heritage Guide features significant African American attractions, museums, her...
February 20, 2008
Vancouver Again Named Top Canadian Destination By U.S. Travel Agents

For the fifth consecutive year, readers of the influential US travel trade publication, Travel Weekly, have selected Vancouver as top Canadian destination in their annual Readers Choice Awards. The distinctive and widely recognized awards a...
February 20, 2008
Vancouver 2010 Olympic Preparations Speed Ahead

February 12 marked the official two-year countdown to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. The city is buzzing with energy in preparation to "welcome the world". Along with the construction of official venues, here are a ...
January 30, 2008
Free Santa Fe Visitors Guide

Each year the Santa Fe Convention & Visitors Bureau publishes a free guide of vital information for visitors to Santa Fe. The Official Santa Fe Visitors Guide is distributed annually to 400,000 travelers, convention participants, and folks ...
January 29, 2008
Orange County Visitor Spending Hits Record High In 2007

The Anaheim/Orange County Visitor & Convention Bureau reports that 2007 visitor spending hit a record-breaking $8.3 billion. According to CIC Research preliminary end-of-the year figures indicate that visitor spending increased nearly 4% fo...
January 16, 2008
The San Francisco CVB Launches "Beyond San Francisco" Web Site

San Francisco is the gateway to many California cities and destinations. World class wines, historic gold mines, monster surf waves, every kind of snow sport and more await just beyond the city's bridges. The San Francisco Convention & Visi...
January 16, 2008
Official 2008 North Carolina Travel Guide" Now Available

North Carolina makes it easy to plan a visit with the new "Official 2008 North Carolina Travel Guide." Filled with information on almost 4,000 accommodations and over 650 attractions and things to do, the 192-page travel guide covers the st...
October 23, 2007
NYC & Company Opens Tourism Office in Brazil

NYC & Company, the official marketing and tourism organization for New York City, has announced the opening of a new tourism office in São Paulo, Brazil, and has selected Interamerican Travel Industry Network to represent the City in this g...
September 07, 2007
San Francisco Audio Tours and PodCasts

There's something that podcast and audio tours can deliver to the curious or unacquainted visitor like no other experience: theater of the mind at any hour of one's choosing. That's especially useful for visitors to San Francisco where ther...
August 17, 2007
Access San Francisco: New, Free Guide For Travelers With Disabilities

Access San Francisco is now available from the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB). Compiled by Access Northern California (ANC), this free publication provides essential information for anyone planning an accessible trip to ...
February 13, 2007
Maine Tourism Professionals Gather For Governor's Conference

More than 300 tourism and hospitality professionals gathered (February 13) at the Samoset Resort in Rockport for the 2007 Governor's Conference on Tourism. The theme of the event was "Maine Tourism in the Modern World." Attendees heard a ke...
February 09, 2007
America's Reputation Abroad to be Focus of SFCVB Outlook Conference

The second annual Northern California Visitor Industry Outlook Conference, sponsored by the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB) Education & Research Foundation, will examine how America's reputation abroad can and does affect...
February 09, 2007
The OC Travel Guide: An Insider's View of Anaheim & Orange County

The OC Travel Guide allows visitors to dive deeper into the real OC during their next visit to Anaheim/Orange County, California. Featuring a new name, smaller size and local insider tips, this year's visitor guide incorporates the trendset...
January 25, 2007
2007 Official North Carolina Travel Guide Now Available

The North Carolina Division of Tourism has released the official 2007 N.C. Travel Guide. Filled with information on almost 4,000 accommodations and over 6,500 attractions and things to do, the 2007 North Carolina Travel Guide covers the st...
January 09, 2007
Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau Releases New Visitor Guide

The new 72-page Official Gettysburg Visitor Guide for the Gettysburg and Adams County, Pennsylvania is now available through the Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau (GCVB). All new photography supports the new magazine format. New copy ...
December 27, 2006
New Tourism Website For Gettysburg And Adams County

The Gettysburg Convention & Visitors Bureau, the official Tourism Promotion Agency for Gettysburg and Adams County, PA, recently launched their new destination website, www.gettysburg.travel. The new site was designed by Connelly Design Stu...
December 12, 2006
Fort Myers/Sanibel Debuts International Websites

Vacation planning for international visitors to The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel in southwest Florida is now easier than ever with the launch the French, German and Spanish Web sites. The area continues to see an increase in internat...
November 28, 2006
100 Restaurants Participate in 6th Annual San Francisco Dine About Town

Foodies everywhere are already planning their pilgrimages to San Francisco for January 2007. The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB) and Visa will once again offer the popular prix-fixe restaurant promotion, "Dine About Town"...
November 23, 2006
British Columbia is North America's 2007 Golf Destination of the Year

The International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO) has selected British Columbia as the "2007 Golf Destination of the Year" for North America at the IAGTO Awards, held as a part of the 9th annual International Golf Travel Market i...
November 22, 2006
The St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission Has A New Address

The St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission has moved into new space at the America's Center convention complex in the heart of the hospitality district. Their new offices are surrounded by the $3.5 billion in redevelopment underway in d...
October 20, 2006
New Seattle Tourism Tagline And Brand Platform Unveiled

Seattle's Convention and Visitors Bureau (SCVB) has unveiled a new Seattle destination brand position designed to increase tourism to the city. "Metronatural," the new trademarked tagline, is the centerpiece of a powerful new brand platform...
October 19, 2006
New Anaheim/Orange County Dining, Shopping & Entertainment Guide

Travelers in Orange County will find the perfect location for their next meal, cocktail or splurge in the new 2006/07 Anaheim/Orange County Dining, Shopping & Entertainment Guide. The new visitor resource includes the Orange County area's p...
August 23, 2006
Speaking Chinese Easier Than Ever Before With New Phonetics Book

Quick fact: In classrooms on the other side of the world, 200 million children in China are learning English. While in the U.S., only *20,000 children are learning Mandarin-Chinese. How would you say "No problem!" in Chinese? Simply say ...
June 23, 2006
San Francisco Introduces "Dine Out With Visa" For July

This July, the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB) and Visa are introducing a new month-long prix fixe restaurant promotion called "Dine Out with Visa." For the entire month, forty-nine restaurants in San Francisco, including...
June 07, 2006
SFCVB Celebrates "Rising To New Heights" at 96th Annual Luncheon

"With so much going on, we should be 'loud and proud' about what the visitor industry - and the Bureau - contribute to our City." That was charge of Susie McCormick, publisher of 7x7 Magazine and incoming chairman of the San Francisco Conv...
June 06, 2006
Province of Ontario; City of Toronto Partner to Promote Ontario Tourism

Ontario Tourism Minister Jim Bradley (June 6) joined Toronto Mayor David Miller and representatives of Tourism Toronto and the CN Tower at the Ontario Travel Information Centre at Dundas and Yonge to launch three new initiatives to encourag...
April 25, 2006
The 2006 Vermont Vacation Guide

The Vermont Chamber of Commerce 2006 Vermont Vacation Guide is available. The Guide is the state's official source of Vermont travel, lodging, and tourism information for 2006 Spring, Summer and Fall vacations. The 2006 Vermont Vacation Gui...
April 12, 2006
Tourism Toronto Aggressively Targets New Markets

In response to challenges arising from uncertainty surrounding required travel documents, currency exchange rates, increased competition and low consumer awareness, Tourism Toronto is stepping up marketing efforts with partners in key marke...
March 06, 2006
Ontario Tourism Minister On The U.S. Proposed "PASS" Travel Document

The "PASS" travel document recently proposed by the U.S., would reduce tourism and unnecessarily damage the Canadian and American economies, Ontario Tourism Minister Jim Bradley told the Binational Tourism Alliance Conference in Niagara Fal...
February 16, 2006
Ohio Tourism Division Unveils New 2006 Official State Travel Planner

The Ohio Department of Development's Division of Travel and Tourism has unveiled the 2006 Ohio Travel Planner, the Division's primary travel fulfillment piece. The 172-page annual planner is 28 percent larger than its biannual predecessor, ...
October 18, 2005
Vancouver Voted Top City In Americas For Second Year

For the second year in a row, Condé Nast Traveler magazine voted Vancouver the "Best City in the Americas" at their annual Readers' Choice Awards ceremony held in New York October 17. Vancouver won the top spot over San Miguel de Allende in...
October 18, 2005
Tourism British Columbia, Canada Opens Representative Office In Seoul

Tourism British Columbia has announced the opening of a full-time office in Korea with the appointment of Marketing Garden Korea as its representative office effective October, 2005. With 117,000 visitors in 2004 representing a 13.6% inc...
October 17, 2005
New York City The Safest Large City In America

New York City is the safest large city in America with crime dropping to levels not seen in decades. According to FBI's Uniform Crime Report for 2004, the city experienced a 4% drop in overall crime from 2003 to 2004 compared to the nationa...
July 07, 2005
Tourism Australia Expands In Canada

Tourism Australia (TA) plans to expand operations in Canada by opening an office in Toronto Managing Director, Scott Morrison, said at the 2005 Australian Tourism Exchange (ATE) in Perth. "Tourism Australia's increased focus on the Canada m...
March 29, 2005
Vancouver International Airport Authority Supports CTC Relocation

Vancouver International Airport Authority is urging the federal government to follow through on plans to relocate the Canadian Tourism Commission (CTC) to Vancouver from Ottawa. "British Columbia is the premier global gateway for passengers...
October 08, 2004
Vancouver Voted Top City In Americas

Condé Nast Traveler magazine has voted Vancouver the "Best City in the Americas" at their annual Readers' Choice Awards ceremony held in New York. Vancouver won the top spot over Victoria and Quebec City. "We're extremely honoured to ac...
September 27, 2004
Orlando Area Unaffected By Hurricane Jeanne

On Monday morning, the Orlando/Orange County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Inc. (Orlando CVB) talked with businesses in Metro Orlando's visitor corridor including the Orange County Convention Center, airports, and major theme parks and is p...
August 03, 2004
Statue Of Liberty Welcomes Back Visitors After Extensive Renovations

The Statue of Liberty will welcome back visitors for the first time in more than two years after extensive renovations and security upgrades to the national monument. Visitors will be able to enter the pedestal where a new glass ceiling pro...
May 13, 2004
New York City's Best Restaurants Celebrate 2004 Summer Restaurant Week

Summer Restaurant Week 2004, NYC & Company's appetizing annual event featuring New York's world-class restaurant community, will offer three-course pre-fixed lunch menus for just $20 and/or dinner menus for $30 (excluding beverage, tax and ...
March 30, 2004
Tourism Vancouver Welcomes New Legislation On Tourism Levies

In response to a request by Tourism Vancouver, new provincial legislation has been introduced that will allow various tourism industry sectors in Vancouver to voluntarily participate in a levy program to generate marketing funds. The 1,0...
November 05, 2003
Greater Cleveland Official Visitors Guide

Order the new Official Visitors Guide (OVG) and find out all that Greater Cleveland has to offer. This full-color 80-page publication highlights area events, attractions and hotels in Greater Cleveland and also features $500 worth of mega-v...
November 04, 2003
New York City The Safest Large City In The U.S

New York City is the safest big city in the country, according to a report from the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The FBI's 2002 "Crime in the United States" indicates that while crime increased nationwide, New York City's crime rate act...
September 09, 2003
TTIC Awarded $14.3 million To Market Toronto

The Toronto Tourism Industry Community Coalition (TTIC) has been awarded $14.3 million by the Government of Ontario to market and sell Toronto as a top-of-mind destination for tourists and business travelers. The provincial funding announce...
July 02, 2003
Vancouver-Whistler Selected As Host City For 2010 Winter Olympics

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced July 2 in Prague, Czech Republic the selection of Vancouver-Whistler as Host City for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, scheduled February 12 to 28, 2010 and March 12 to 21, 20...
June 16, 2003
World Events Impacting International Travel To British Columbia, Canada

International overnight customs entries to British Columbia for March totaled 274,535, a decrease of 13.3 per cent from March 2002. Year-to-date, international overnight customs entries showed a decline of 4.9 per cent over the first quarte...
April 09, 2003
Canadians Need Visas To Visit Malaysia Due To SARS

In an effort to control SARS, the Malaysian government has decided that all Canadian nationals and citizens intending to visit Malaysia need to apply for a visa in order to enter the country. This takes effect immediately. Visa requirem...
March 17, 2003
Hundreds Gather To Enjoy The Sounds & Colours Of Malaysia

For two days, the Malaysia, Truly Asia Showcase brought to Metrotown's Centre Court, Burnaby, British Columbia the warmth of paradise. More than eight hundred people gathered throughout the weekend to learn more about Malaysia as a holiday ...
November 01, 2002
Vancouver The Focus Of Major Travel Media Publications In 2002

Tourism Vancouver anticipates a modest increase in enquiries and visits from Americans in the coming months as a result of recent Vancouver focussed articles in major newspapers such as the New York Times and New York Post. Both papers, wi...
June 26, 2002
Ontario Fall And Winter Experiences

Ontario's growing collection of unique fall and winter experiences now includes scuba diving in November and ski-joring, a combination of cross-country skiing and dog-sledding. Cam Jackson, Minister of Tourism and Recreation, highlighted th...
June 26, 2002
CN Tower Celebrates Canada Day July 1, 2002

The CN Tower, Canada's Wonder of the World and a national icon proudly celebrates Canada's Birthday on July 1st by providing visitors with an atmosphere of celebration and entertainment on this special occasion. A significant tribute will ...
June 13, 2002
New York City's New Tourism Web Site

NYC & Company, the city's official tourism marketing organization, has announced the launch of New York City's brand new tourism web site - www.nycvisit.com. The new site features audio with the voices of today's biggest celebrities as well...
June 13, 2002
New Attractions Abound In Anaheim/Orange County

Whether travelers are planning to stay in The Anaheim Resort district or venture throughout Orange County this summer, a multitude of new attractions await. Continuing the renaissance of Anaheim/Orange County, the region boasts new hotels, ...
June 04, 2002
mywhistler.com, The Official Site Of Whistler, British Columbia

Tourism Whistler has re-launched Whistler's official Web site with a brand new, more intuitive URL, www.mywhistler.com, offering users the most comprehensive and easy-to-use online guide to Whistler and the definitive Whistler vacation plan...
March 13, 2002
Tourism Whistler Launches New Japanese Web Site

Tourism Whistler has launched a new Japanese Web site www.tourismwhistler.jp offering a wide range of vacation ideas and assistance to travellers and tour operators from Japan. The Web site was officially launched in Japan last week by Tour...
March 01, 2002
British Columbia Tourism Awards

Clive Beddoe, President and CEO of WestJet was named the Tourism Industry Leader of the Year at the third annual British Columbia Tourism Awards. Held the evening of February 28 at the Park Plaza Vancouver Airport Conference Resort, Richmo...
February 14, 2002
Norfolk Convention & Visitors Bureau Reinvents Web Site

The Norfolk Convention and Visitors Bureau has introduced a new Web site for consumers and travel industry professionals, www.norfolkcvb.com. The comprehensive site, provides user-friendly information about the city's attractions, accommod...
January 30, 2002
Ontario Invests $16.2 Million In e-Tourism Initiative

Ontario Tourism, Culture and Recreation Minister Tim Hudak and EDS Canada have announced that Ontario is investing $16.2 million in a Tourism Consumer Information System (TCIS). The system will combine the province's call centre and tourism...
January 29, 2002
San Jose Convention & Visitors Bureau To Open New Offices

Effective Feb. 1, 2002, the San Jose Convention & Visitors Bureau will relocate to new offices at the following address: 125 South Market Street - Suite 300, San Jose, CA 95113 The Bureau's phone number and web address will remain unchan...
January 22, 2002
San Jose Named Safest Big City in America

Visitors to San Jose, the Capital of Silicon Valley, can travel with the knowledge that Northern California's largest city is also America's safest big city. This distinction comes as a result of rankings released by Morgan Quitno, a publis...
January 16, 2002
Tourism Vancouver & VISA Partner To Boost Travel To Vancouver

Tourism Vancouver and Visa Canada have announced a three-year marketing partnership to promote both domestic and international travel to the city. Currently more than 8.4 million domestic and international tourists spend approximately $3.5 ...
January 07, 2002
New York City History And Heritage Tours

Visitors and New Yorkers alike are invited to explore the diverse heritage and rich history of the world's second home, New York City, during this winter's Insider's Hour program featuring one-hour tours of cultural organizations. Through ...
January 02, 2002
Spend Your Regards to Broadway; Get Broadway Show Tickets

Broadway star Valerie Harper, NYC & Company President Cristyne L. Nicholas and League of American Theaters and Producers President Jed Bernstein gave away the first pair of free Broadway tickets this morning to kick off Spend Your Regards t...
December 20, 2001
Talk In Texas - Newsletter

A Tale Of Two Texas Cities A new commuter train called the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) now joins the friendly 'rival' cities of Dallas and Fort Worth. Historically, Fort Worth was built on the wealthy cattle trade, while Dallas made it...
November 21, 2001
2001 BC Escapes Program Wins Gold for Tourism BC

Tourism British Columbia's record-breaking 2001 BC Escapes program brought home a Gold Award in the Leisure/Travel Products & Services category at the Canadian Marketing Association's RSVP Awards on Friday, November 16. "Needless to say, we...
October 09, 2001
Tourism Whistler Offers An Irresitable "Girls" Weekend Getaway

Tourism Whistler has designed a unique weekend package especially for women looking for a little pampering this fall. The Girls Weekend Getaway package features two nights accommodation at one of Whistler's fine hotels, a gourmet cooking le...
September 26, 2001
Free Luxury Trip To Korea Contest Launches New KNTO Website

According to Mr. Jo Young Kim, Director for Canada of the Korea National Tourism Organization (KNTO), KNTO is establishing its major English-language tourism website www.tour2korea.com. A promotion will be held until mid-November to celebra...
September 17, 2001
New York City Mayor Giuliani Delivers Tourism Message

Citing the need to bolster the city's economy and businesses in the wake of the World Trade Center tragedy, New York City Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani encouraged the world to support New York City with visitor spending. Mayor Giuliani: "I e...
September 15, 2001
New York City Visitor Hotline Established By City's Tourism Bureau

Visitors to New York City in need of assistance can contact the toll-free New York City visitor hotline at 1-888-805-4040 for up-to-date traveler information and for assistance while in the city. The hotline, established by NYC & Company...
September 13, 2001
Compassion And Solidarity From Dresden

Dear Colleagues and Friends - we are still shocked by the pictures of the horrible events in New York and Washington and we would like to express our deepest feelings of compassion and solidarity with you and the American people. We hope th...
September 11, 2001
Devastating Terrorist Attack On The United States Grounds All Air Traffic; Attacks Aimed At World Trade Center In New York And Pentagon In Washington

All major news sources are reporting a devastating terrorist attack on the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington. Earlier this morning, just minutes apart, two jetliners purposely crashed into the ...
July 13, 2001
2008 Beijing Olympics Increases New York City's Chances For 2012 Games

The International Olympic Committee's decision to award the 2008 Olympics to Beijing, China is good news for New York City's chances to host the 2012 Games, according to Cristyne Lategano-Nicholas, President and CEO of NYC & Company - the C...
July 10, 2001
New York City Presented With Travel + Leisure's World's Best Award

NYC Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani and NYC & Company President & CEO Cristyne L. Nicholas were presented Travel + Leisure's World's Best Award by Editor-in-Chief Nancy Novogrod at a brief ceremony (July 9) at City Hall. New York City was voted t...
July 06, 2001
New York City 'Ticket To Summer' Savings

Your Ticket to Summer, presented by NYC & Company - the Convention & Visitors Bureau and major sponsors American Express and Continental Airlines, runs through August 2001. It includes special savings at more than 80 of New York City's fine...
June 12, 2001
The 22nd Montréal International Jazz Festival

The love of jazz and the favorable exchange rate are enticing music aficionados from across the globe to flock to the 22nd Montréal International Jazz Festival from June 28 through July 8. An entertainment spectacle from noon to midnight, t...
May 30, 2001
International Travel To British Columbia Exceeds Expectations

Propelled by increased travel to Vancouver, Victoria and Whistler, international travel to B.C. in the first quarter of 2001 increased 5.3 per cent over the same period last year to total 834,787 overnight customs entries. "We're enjoyin...
May 19, 2001
Omaha's Convention & Visitors Bureau Announces New Tourism Campaign

When many people think of Omaha, Nebraska, cornfields, steak, cowboys and Indians come to mind. In an effort to update these old-fashioned stereotypes, the Greater Omaha Convention & Visitors Bureau (GOCVB), along with its marketing partner...
May 02, 2001
Maui Military Museum Opens at Napili Plaza

The Maui Military Museum opened this week at Napili Plaza. Museum Hours are 12 noon - 8pm, Wednesday through Sunday. Admission is free. Alan DeCoite, President of Maui Military Museum and an enthusiast in preserving Maui's aviation histo...
May 02, 2001
Connecticut Quick Escape Packages

The latest trend for the new millennium traveler is short escapes that are spread throughout the year. A one or two-night retreat can be the perfect remedy to sooth the body, mind and soul. Getaway packages are popping up all over the stat...
May 01, 2001
What's New in San Diego - Summer 2001

For a second consecutive year, San Diego was named the "most family-friendly city in the southwestern U.S." in the April 2001 issue of Family Fun magazine. Also, the World-Famous San Diego Zoo and SeaWorld San Diego were both listed among t...
April 30, 2001
City Wide Festival Highlights New York City And The United Kingdom

Fall 2001 will witness the largest, most ambitious international initiative in New York City for almost 20 years, with the dynamic presentation of UKINNY, a two-week - Oct. 14 through 28 - city-wide festival. Featuring more than 100 differ...
April 30, 2001
Premier American Paintings Unveiled at Joslyn Art Museum

Some of the finest examples of American paintings, from colonial portraiture to 20th-century modernism and abstraction, are on display at Joslyn Art Museum from April 14 through June 17. An American Anthem: 300 Years of Painting from The Bu...
April 30, 2001
Elbow Beach, Bermuda: Pink Sand Beaches And Giant Blue Marlin

The historic 55-acre Elbow Beach, Bermuda, located on a private, mile-long pink sand beach, offers a special "Elbow Big Fish" package from NOW through October 31st, 2001. The package is built around the "Bermuda Big Game Classic" fishing t...
April 30, 2001
2001 Canadian National Exhibition

This year, the CNE will be Toronto's "Entertainment Hub" with the addition of new nightly outdoor entertainment that includes pyrotechnics, acrobats and more! What: 2001 Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) When: August 17 - September 3, ...
April 25, 2001
"The Tempest" at The Virginia Arts Festival

Royal Shakespeare Company Performs the Only U.S. Engagement of Renowned Play at the Virginia Arts Festival... Excitement builds around the Royal Shakespeare Company's upcoming visit to the Hampton Roads area as part of the fifth annual V...
April 25, 2001
Ohio Travel Opportunities - May 2001

Sauder Village Quilt Fair, Sauder Village, Archbold, May 1-6 View more than 400 quilts during this six-day show at historic Sauder Village. The show's nine categories range from antique pieces to large wall hangings. Special presenters ...
April 25, 2001
Connecticut Offers Rest For The Weary With Quick Escape Packages

Rose And Garden Weekend -- Greater Hartford, CT Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24 marks the 3rd annual Greater Hartford Rose and Garden Weekend. More than half a dozen gardens and historical attractions in the Greater Har...
April 19, 2001
New Marketing Strategy From Orlando's International Drive Resort Area

The International Drive Resort Area has published its first Official Visitors Guide, recently launched a new web site and now provides a toll free number for consumers and travel agents to access this famous vacation destination that is ce...
April 17, 2001
Wilmington, Delaware To Host Four Major Cultural Exhibitions

"An abundance of riches" - that's definitely what's happening to Wilmington, Delaware, this summer as four major art and history exhibitions come to town. May 11 - August 5: The Delaware Art Museum kicks off the season with American Impr...
April 16, 2001
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Open For 2001 Season

America's lighthouse, the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, has opened its doors seven days a week for visitors who wish to climb to the top. Friday, April 13, 2001 the Lighthouse reopened and will remain open through Monday, October 8, 2001. Pre-M...
April 16, 2001
Outer Banks Powwow Special Event

Close your eyes and picture yourself transported to a sunny field, banked by trees with the cry of sea gulls echoing on the wind and the tangy taste of salt in the air. Hear the beat of Native American drums underscoring songs that blend ma...
April 12, 2001
New York City's Tenth Annual Summer Restaurant Week

New York City's Tenth Annual Summer Restaurant Week will take place June 25 through 29, 2001 with more than 120 of the city's best restaurants offering prix-fixe, three-course lunch menus for just $20.01 - a fraction of their usual cost. Th...
April 10, 2001
The Health & Harmony Music & Arts Festival In Sonoma County

The Health & Harmony Music & Arts Festival is set for the weekend of June 9-10,2001 at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, Calif. The Festival is the largest event of its kind in California and has, against serious competition, won...
April 02, 2001
Stage Set For Stratford Festival Of Canada

The scenic 19th century Southern Ontario city of Stratford is bustling with activity at springtime, as residents prepare for the hundreds of thousands of visitors who flock here each year to take in lush scenery, sumptuous restaurants a...
March 30, 2001
California, Florida And New York Rank Among Top States In Spending By Domestic And International Travelers

According to data excerpted from the Travel Industry Association of America's Tourism Works for America, 10th Annual Edition 2001, California ranked number one overall in terms of total spending by domestic and international travelers, earn...
March 19, 2001
San Jose Expands Services To Meet The Needs Of Busy Travelers

San Jose, "The Capital of Silicon Valley," is fast becoming a mecca for business and leisure travelers with an anticipated increase of 8 million visitors in air arrivals alone by 2004. In anticipation of continued growth, San Jose is expand...
March 02, 2001
British Columbia Tourism Awards

Bill Barkley, the recently retired CEO of the Royal British Columbia Museum, was named Tourism Industry Leader of the Year at the Second Annual British Columbia Tourism Awards. Held the evening of February 22 at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver,...
February 28, 2001
British Columbia Offers Great Escapes For Spring

B.C. tourism businesses are expecting travellers from across North America to be flocking to British Columbia thisspring thanks to BC Escapes, Tourism BC's $6 million North American marketing campaign. Now in its fifth year, the 12-week cam...
January 24, 2001
Royal Bank Presents Vancouver With 7,000 Years Of Chinese Innovation

The Royal Bank of Canada today announced it is the presenting sponsor of Science World's China! 7000 Years of Innovation - an exhibit in Vancouver that will feature ancient China's wide-ranging contributions to modern science and technology...
January 17, 2001
Utah Restaurants & Clubs Get Ready To Welcome 2002 Winter Olympics

Opening Ceremonies for the XIX Winter Olympics are just one year away, and Utah restaurants are turning up the heat in the kitchens, getting ready to welcome the world with delicious food and warm western hospitality. According to Tom Gu...
January 08, 2001
British Columbia Tourism Increases Amid Intense Competition

International travel to British Columbia from the U.K., Taiwan and South Korea increased in October 2000 compared to the same month in 1999, according to customs entry information released today by Tourism British Columbia. However, tota...
January 05, 2001
Ontario Tourism Figures Up

The development of strategic partnerships with the private sector and local governments, coupled with new Budget initiatives, contributed to an increase in overseas visitors to our province in 2000, Ontario Tourism Minister Cam Jackson anno...
December 26, 2000
Buffalo Gearing Up for Yearlong Centennial Celebration of Historic 1901 Pan-American Exposition

Buffalo and Western New York are throwing a yearlong party in 2001 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the historic 1901 Pan-American Exposition held in Buffalo. And just like 100 years ago, when 8 million people attended the great e...
December 11, 2000
Bald Eagles At Brackendale, British Columbia

Dozens of majestic bald eagles rest in a towering cottonwood tree on the shores of the Squamish River. Others soar gracefully above the rushing river and great numbers congregate on sandbars and shorelines. Welcome to winter in Brackendale,...
December 01, 2000
Tourism Toronto launches Gay and Lesbian Toronto

Tourism Toronto officially unveiled its Gay and Lesbian program in San Francisco, California at the 8th Annual Gay and Lesbian Travel Expo in October. Tourism Toronto along with business leaders, media and Toronto's Gay Community have pr...
December 01, 2000
Vancouver Holds Position In Conde Nast Traveler's Top 10 Foreign Cities

Vancouver has been ranked one of the world's top 10 foreign cities for the third year in a row by readers of the prestigious Condé Nast Traveler. Some 26,000 readers participated in the magazine's annual "Poll of Consumer Attitudes" which r...
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