Travel Industry Makes its Case to Congress

Travel Industry Makes its Case to Congress

The U.S. Travel Association has organized a leglislative “fly-in,” bringing hundreds of travel industry representatives to Washington, D.C., to talk about the power of meetings and travel to create jobs and fuel the U.S. economy.

More than 300 delegates arrive March 16 for a day of presentations and an evening of networking. On March 17, they will filter through Capitol Hill engaging with members of Congress. More than 295 individual appointments are scheduled.

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