AIANTA in the News (2018)



Year End Giving: American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association Promotes Cultural Exchange Native News Online; Dec. 29, 2018

Tribal tourism planners: apply for an AIANTA Go International Scholarship
Indian Country Today; Dec. 21, 2018

Native American Art Markets Offer Authentic Indian Art for the Holidays
Native News Online; Dec. 9, 2018

We-Ko-Pa Resort to Host AITC
e-Turbo News and Indian Country Today; Dec. 7, 2018



Tribal Tourism Growth in U.S. and Canada Prompts Destinations to Dig Deeper Into the Past; Nov. 26, 2018

Tourism on agenda for BIA Tribal Providers Conference
The Cordova Times; Nov. 20, 2018

Discover Ancient Native America’s Culture
Middle Land; Nov. 19, 2018

Spirit Song Now Available on BrandUSA TV
ETB Travel News (Australia); Various; Nov. 16, 2018.

AIANTA to Develop Tribal Travel Guide Interpreting the Anza Trail
Native News Online and Indian Country Today; Nov. 16, 2018

Key Moments from World Responsible Tourism Day 2018
e-Turbo News; Nov. 7, 2018

AIANTA to Facilitate the NATIVE Act
Tribal Business Journal (page 18); Nov. 1, 2018



AIANTA Celebrates Native American Heritage Month
NativeKnot.comTripInfo, e-Turbo News, Native News Online; Oct. 31, 2018

Progress Made In Developing Tourism In Indian Country
Wyoming Public Media; Oct. 8, 2018

In the Game
Meetings Today (page 40); October 2018



Guides Believe Tribal Tourism is Answer to Getting the Story Right
Navajo Times; Sept. 27, 2018

Qualla Boundary, Indian Summer Festival Receive AIANTA Honors
Native Business Magazine; Sept. 27, 2018

Qualla Boundary Named Tribal Destination of the Year by AIANTA
Cherokee One Feather; Sept. 25, 2018

Assistant Secretary Sweeney Signs MOU With The Commerce Department And AIANTA, Native A+E,, Native Business Magazine, Native News Online,, e-Turbo News, TravelWireNews, Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs; Sept. 20, 2018

Tribal Tourism
Albuquerque Journal; Sept. 18, 2018



From False Advertising to Cultural Exchange: Native Americans, New Mexico, and Route 66
National Trust for Historic Preservation; Aug. 20, 2018

Attention, Travelers: You’re Exploring America Wrong
RealClear Life; August 9, 2018

Monica Poling Joins AIANTA Staff
Albuquerque Journal, TravelPulse, e-Turbo News, more; Aug. 8, 2018

AIANTA to Celebrate Two Decades of Tourism Growth Across Indian Country
Native Business Magazine; Aug. 1, 2018



El Pueblo Motel, home of Navajo Code Talkers, key to Route 66 preservation
Arizona Daily Sun, July 29, 2018

Native American Travel Association Celebrates 20th Anniversary, TravelPulse, Native News Online, e-Turbo News; July 27, 2018

Sitka historical park gets benefit of Native knowledge
National Post; July 14, 2018


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Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

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