U.S. Travel Association Announces Seven Future IPW Host Cities

chicagoThe U.S. Travel Association announced locations for its next seven annual International Pow Wow (IPW) marketplaces, locking in host cities that span America through 2020. Future host cities are:

Chicago, Illinois – 2014 (last hosted in 1998) 


Orlando, Florida – 2015 (last hosted in 2010) 


Miami, Florida – 2016 (last hosted in 2009) 


Washington, D.C. – 2017 (first-time host) 


Denver, Colorado – 2018 (last hosted in 1991) 


Anaheim, California – 2019 (last hosted in 2007) 


Las Vegas, Nevada – 2020 (the 2013 host)

"We are bringing the largest generator of inbound travel to some of America's most remarkable destinations," said Roger Dow, president and CEO of U.S. Travel. "IPW creates tremendous value for all attendees – buyers, sellers and media. This landmark event generates an estimated $3.5 billion in future travel to the United States, with host cities and states further benefiting from the exposure it provides."

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