AIANTA’s Winter Newsletter is Here!

Continuing Outreach: AIANTA Brings Indian Country’s Diversity to the European Market
AIANTA, with Tribal partners from Arizona, Oklahoma and Washington, head to Italy and Germany
 
As international travel and tourism continues to hold its place as the largest service export in the United States, the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) along with tribal nations and businesses from around the country, are continuing outreach overseas this winter, attending Showcase USA-Italy and ITB-Berlin – one of the world’s largest travel tradeshows.

This February, AIANTA brought Indian Country tourism to the national discussion at NCAI’s Tribal Nations Policy Summit and Winter Session in Washington, DC.

AIANTA Executive Director Camille Ferguson, AIANTA Board President Sherry L. Rupert and AIANTA Eastern Board Representative Lora Ann Chaisson attended the event, where they not only heard from national leaders from throughout Indian Country, but also brought tourism policy affecting Tribal Nations to the discussion.
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Message from the Director

More on the 20th Annual AITC

Go International a Success in 2017


Focus on Tourism: How You Can Participate Internationally

AIANTA Announces FAM Trip in WA

Culinary & Agricultural Tourism

Cultural Heritage Tourism Certificate Program

Skift Highlights Indian Country Tourism

AIANTA’s Resolutions

Welcome New Members
News From Around the Nation
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