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
New online certificate program, offered through SDSU Global Campus, in partnership with the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association, will help students explore the fundamentals of tribal tourism planning.
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) is seeking a well-organized, self-starter for a project based position of Partner Program Coordinator.
It’s hard to believe we’re just one month away from our 22nd Annual American Indian Tourism Conference, which begins on October 25, in Fort McDowell (Arizona).
This year has been such a whirlwind with so many changes, so I’m excited for the chance to catch up with you all in Arizona.
I know every community is at a different level of readiness when it comes to fully re-implementing cultural heritage programming, so although tourism can be a path to economic recovery, it can’t come at the expense of our health, our safety and our peace of mind.
AITC COVID-19 Mitigation PlanDear Members, Partners and Friends As the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant continues to make headlines, an increasing number of potential attendees at our 23rd Annual American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC) have been asking the same...
AIANTA Applauds Senate Passage of Infrastructure BillLegislation calls for $550 billion in upgrades to airports, roads, bridges, ports and other infrastructure widely required by a healthy visitor industry.ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO (August 12, 2021) — The American...
O me’a”kwa: Final Days of Summer(I’m going to travel over there, Northern Paiute)Ha muh (How are you?) Dear Members, Partners and Friends, I hope this newsletter finds you healthy, happy and enjoying the final days of summer. If you haven’t been paying attention, 2021...
AIANTA Seeks Albuquerque Area Hotel for Go International 2022The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) is seeking proposals from qualified Native American and non-native venues in the Albuquerque, New Mexico area to accommodate AIANTA’s two-day Go...
I hope this newsletter finds you all healthy, happy and (hopefully) planning some much-needed summer travels.
It’s been a year since I first started talking about “cautious optimism” with respect to the visitor industry starting to re-open to travelers. Now, a year later, travel still hasn’t returned to its pre-pandemic levels.
In partnership with the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, AIANTA hosted two workshops showcasing how tribes can grow their cultural tourism efforts.
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