Published on : Saturday, July 29, 2017
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association or AIANTA has declared pompously that their 19th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference or AITC will be arranged by the Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin in Green Bay, Wisconsin, from September 11 – 14, of this year.
The AITC offers a first-rate round-table educational forum for the tribes, tribal businesses and various other attendees to assist them in their tourism initiations, development and marketing efforts. AITC is specifically planned to distribute knowledge, experience and best practices of the tourism across USA. Also, it provides a striking line of eloquent speakers whose expertise offer fresh information and guidance for all which starts from tribes which are new to the tourism industry to the ones who have experience in travel and tourism.
Lets take a look at this year’s top features: package a tour, draw more tour operators, make itineraries, placing your tribe for the international tourism market, build up tourism assessments and inventories, utilizing latest technologies and marketing and media policies, defend intellectual and cultural property, work together with state and federal agencies, discover agri-tourism, follow culinary trends and more.
To quote Crystal Holtz, AIANTA Midwest Region Board Member and Sales Manager at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center Green Bay, “Through cultural and heritage tourism, tribes teach visitors from around the world about the unique cultures and traditions of Native America,” said. “We are excited to bring the 19th Annual American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC) back to the Midwest Region this year. Tourism is at the forefront of national discussions in Indian Country, and AITC is a valuable entry point into those discussions and the decisions being made.”