AIANTA Town Hall Series
Join AIANTA in a lively discussion about the state of the tourism industry. AIANTA CEO Sherry L. Rupert (Paiute/Washoe) and Board President Emerson Vallo (Pueblo of Acoma) will lead a two-way conversation among tourism professionals and industry stakeholders, including some of its major initiatives. Tribal tourism representatives are also encouraged to attend and share their programs as well.
From the AIANTA Blog
As you read this newsletter, I’m enjoying my first business travel in 15 months. For this trip, I’m traveling with Bruce Rettig, AIANTA’s Tribal Content Developer and Lorraine Gala Lewis, AIANTA’s Data & Outreach Specialist, and will also be joined, virtually, by Dan Wiley, the Senior Manager, Integrated Resources Stewardship of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. We’re meeting with tribes and Native-owned hospitality businesses located along the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail in Idaho and Montana.
Nearly mid-way through 2021 it seems that the historically epochal events of 2020 are finally coming to an end. Millions (approximately 408) have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the virus that nearly ground global tourism to a halt in 2020.
AIANTA Launches Tourism Marketing Workshop for Tribes Along the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) has introduced the first in a series of free tourism marketing workshops developed specifically for tribes located along the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. The first workshop will take place at the Wildhorse Casino and Resort in Pendleton, Oregon, on June 10, 2021 at 8 a.m. (PDT).
Restarting Tourism Marketing in Indian CountryThe American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) is hosting a free tourism marketing workshops in the Pacific Northwest. As reservations, tribal tourism enterprises and Native-owned businesses re-open to...
Culture Bearers Otis Halfmoon and Allen Pinkham, Sr. to Share Tribal Perspectives of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail
Culture Bearers Otis Halfmoon and Allen Pinkham, Sr. to Share Tribal Perspectives of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail Otis Halfmoon Nez Perce, retired National Park Service interpreter, and Allen Pinkham, Sr., former chairman of the Nez Perce Tribe will...
AIANTA is seeking a graphic designer to design an original, 100-page Cultural Heritage Tourism Guidebook (CHTG),
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association is seeking a graphic designer to design an original, 8-page AIANTA Annual Report, which will showcase AIANTA’s successful programming for Fiscal Year 2019-2020.
O me'a"kwa: A Time for Recovery(I'm going to travel over there, Northern Paiute)Ha muh (how are you?), I hope this newsletter finds you healthy, happy and eagerly planning for the future. I’m thrilled by a recent report from the CDC that nearly one third of the...
How to Leave No Trace When Visiting Indigenous LandsMonument Valley Tribal ParkPhoto Credit: National Park ServiceLocated in the Navajo Nation on the border of Arizona and Utah, Monument Valley Tribal Park, boasting sandstone masterpieces framed by the clouds, is one...
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