This year's National Travel & Tourism Week , May 2-8, has the theme "The Power of Travel." Travel and tourism professionals from across the nation work throughout National Travel & Tourism Week to promote the impactful contributions their travel markets and organizations make to the U.S. economy. The travel community marks the event in a number of creative ways, from staging local rallies and conducting media outreach to securing proclamations and resolutions from local governments. Travel is a primary industry in America
Published on Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Southern Living has released the results of its " The South's Best " winners, a digitally crowd-sourced survey. New Bern was among the Best Small Towns. Wilmington and Winston-Salem are among the Best Cities on the Rise. Nags Head is among Best Beach Towns. Banner Elk, Boone and Hendersonville are among the Best Mountain Towns.
Great Smoky National Park and Pisgah National Forest are among Best Parks. Snowshoeing in Beech Mountain and Camping on the Appalachian Trail are among the Best Outdoor Adventures. Highland Mountain House in Highlands
Published on Thursday, March 11, 2021
The following was posted in the most recent Visit NC NewsLink e-newsletter
Registration is now open for the annual Visit NC 365 Conference!
Brought to you virtually this year April 21-22, each half-day session includes stimulating keynote speakers, breakout sessions, and the reveal of Visit NC’s newest marketing campaign. The Visit NC 365 Conference, named for the year-round tourism industry across the state, brings together more than 500 of the state's tourism industry leaders.
This complimentary industry event will include two days
Published on Monday, March 8, 2021
The following was published in a recent Visit NC NewsLink e-newsletter
Americans’ optimism about the month ahead with regards to the pandemic reached a new record high, says Destination Analysts , increasing an additional 5 points this week. Now more than 44 percent of Americans feel that the situation will improve during the next month, while 18 percent feel the situation will get worse (down from a record high of 55 percent at the beginning of the year.)
In addition to record high expectations this week, Americans are feeling less
Published on Monday, March 1, 2021
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