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NTA Applauds Senate Travel & Tourism Caucus

June 24, 2011 By: George Dooley Travel Agent

The NTA joined with the U.S. Travel Association in applauding members of the Senate who form the bipartisan Senate Travel & Tourism Caucus. On Wednesday, Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Mark Begich (D-AK), Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Mark Kirk (R-IL) launched the U.S. Senate Travel & Tourism Caucus, designed to promote common-sense policies that reduce barriers to travel and raise awareness of the importance of job-creating travel and tourism industry. Klobuchar, Begich and Blunt serve on the U.S. Senate Commerce Committee, which has jurisdiction over the U.S. tourism industry.

"This is significant. There hasn't been a travel and tourism caucus in the senate for 25 years," said Lisa Simon, president of NTA. "We applaud Senators Klobuchar, Begich, Blunt and Kirk for recognizing that this industry is a major contributor to the national economy. Their leadership on travel industry issues will pave the way for increased U.S. domestic tourism-and international tourism to the United States-resulting in much-needed revenues and jobs throughout the country."

Simon said she appreciates the senators' previous leadership in travel and tourism. "These four Senate leaders have previously established themselves as strong advocates of the successful Travel Promotion Act and other pending legislation that will enhance this growing sector of our national economy," she said. "We at NTA look forward to working with them-and with all members of the Senate Travel & Tourism Caucus."


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By George Dooley | June 24, 2011
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