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US tourism slumping as Trump issues new travel ban

U.S. tourism is officially in a slump. After months of reassurances that the travel industry was as strong as ever, data shows that travel to the U.S. is in fact down. The U.S. Department of Commerce recently showed that international travel to the U.S. dropped 4.2 percent...

source: Suzanne Mason

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Visit Florida’s latest ad campaign doesn’t feature sprawling beach scenes with toes in the sand. Instead, look for craft beers, restaurants, museums and murals — a move designed to hook millennial travelers seeking to experience cities "like a local."

source: Tampa Bay Times

If, over the past year or so, photos of friends posing on the streets of Lisbon or lying on the beaches of Porto have increasingly been populating your Instagram feed, you likely have Portugal’s national airline to thank.

source: Adweek

Tourism Ireland is planning to spend more than €1 million on Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology, to write marketing emails for the agency.

source: The Irish Times

Travel marketing organization NYC & Company has opened an office in Singapore to bolster travel from Southeast Asia to New York.

source: Travel Weekly

Tourism boards are expanding their ad targets to now include man’s best friend, or at least one in Australia is. Visit Victoria released a tourism ad for dogs.

source: Travel Pulse

“A city that speaks for itself.” That’s the mantra of a new campaign to promote Philadelphia and all of the things that have made it a dynamic destination for meetings, conventions, events and overseas visitors.

source: The Meeting Magazines


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