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The six-week, self-learning module is offered by AIANTA in partnership with George Washington University. (August 14, 2018)
Poling, who brings more than two decades travel industry experience, is charged with extending the voice of Tribal Tourism in the United States. (August 6, 2018)
The nation’s only Native American Travel Association, celebrates two decades of successful industry growth at its upcoming conference September 17-20 at the Isleta Resort & Casino in Albuquerque, New Mexico. (July 28, 2018.)
The first project of the new AIANTA – Road Ahead relationship will focus on a “Route 66 Tribal Itinerary.” (July 26, 2018)
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Nativeamerica.travel is a destination website that Camille Ferguson, Executive Director of the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA), calls “the portal to Indian country.” // RealClear Life; August 9, 2018
Poling, who has a lengthy track record in tourism promotion and media relations, is tasked with managing the organization’s social media and public relations efforts in domestic and international markets. // TravelPulse, eTurbo News, more; August 8, 2018
The nation’s only association dedicated to promoting tourism across America’s native lands will celebrate its 20th anniversary this September at the annual American Indian Tourism Conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico. // MSN, Native News Online, more; July 27, 2018
… the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association (AIANTA) established the American Indians and Route 66 project in partnership with the Park Service. // Arizona Daily Sun, July 29, 2018
“It’s important that the tribal people are able to tell their story on these public lands,” [said Rachel Moreno.] “So much has been written about us, but not with our input. // National Post; July 14, 2018
As the only national organization dedicated to advancing Indian Country tourism across the United States, AIANTA believes in the power of tribal storytelling through tourism.
For all media inquiries, contact Monica Poling, AIANTA’s Public Relations and Media Manager at 505-724-3578 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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