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The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) launched its first-ever “State of the Tourism Industry” survey earlier this week.
As we enter January, we can’t help but note that 2018 was an amazing year for the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association as well as a successful year for tourism throughout Indian Country in the United States.
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association has joined forces with the Route 66 Road Ahead Partnership (RAP) to ensure Tribal voices and stories are included in a new Route 66 Navigation App. (November 5, 2018)
Small Business Saturday may have come and gone, but there’s still plenty of time to stock up on holiday goods while supporting small, Native American businesses.
The American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) is offering a limited supply of scholarships to qualified Tribal Planners interested in attending the 3rd Annual Go International workshop. Two qualified applicants from each of AIANTA's six regions will...
AIANTA Selects We-Ko-Pa Resort as Host Site for 22nd Annual AITCThe American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association will host the American Indian Tourism Conference at the We-Ko-Pa Resort & Conference Center in Scottsdale, Arizona in 2020.FOR...
“Spirit Song” – a 22-minute film inspired by the album “Voices of the Guardians” by Native American singer-songwriter Gareth Laffely and Emmy Award-winning composer/producer Lance Bendiksen – is now available on GoUSA TV. // November 16, 2018
AIANTA is currently seeking representatives from our Midwest, Pacific and Plains regions to fill vacancies on our Board of Directors. // November 15, 2018
AIANTA has signed an agreement with the National Park Service to develop an educational guide chronicling the stories of the tribes—historic and current—located along the Anza Trail. // November 14, 2018
AIANTA is seeking a freelance travel writer to help chronicle the history, cultures and landscapes of Native American tribes along the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail. (November 2, 2018)
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