Your support helps AIANTA fulfill its mission to define, introduce, grow and sustain American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian tourism in a way that honors traditions and values.
- Gain recognition as a leader in the travel, tourism and recreation industry.
- Elect the AIANTA leadership and provide guidance for AIANTA’s programs and direction.
- Keep up-to-date with tribal tourism and recreation news, opportunities and issues through AIANTA’s newsletters.
- Receive notices of funding, training, scholarships and promotional opportunities.
- Present new services, programs and events in the newsletters and social media..
- New members are profiled in the e-newsletters and social media.
- Tribal and Business Members are listed on AIANTA’s online membership directory
- Members can nominate entries in the annual Cultural Tourism Destination Awards.
- Participate in exciting regional projects and technical assistance opportunities, like Route 66 and the Grand Canyon National Park Desert View Heritage Site projects.
- Support advocacy efforts in Washington, D.C. to increase tribal tourism infrastructure and program funding.
- Enjoy reduced registration rates at the American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC) and other events.
- Enjoy reduced rates for promotions and marketing opportunities.
- Receive promotion assistance from AIANTA’s public relations media staff for openings and events.
- Opportunities to participate in domestic and international travel trade shows, such as ITB Berlin, Showcase USA–Italy and IPW.
- Tribal and business members can use the AIANTA logo on their website and promotions.
Building a Regional Tribal Tourism Alliance
Speakers: Sherry L. Rupert, AIANTA; Geri Hongeva, Arizona American Indian Tourism Association; Jason Morsette, North Dakota Tourism Alliance
Surviving the Active Shooter
Speaker: Regis Pino, Amerind Risk