AIANTA Newsletter

Recent AIANTA Newsletters 

November 2019

  • Director’s Corner: The Great (Rural) Divide
  • Save the Date: Indian Country Tourism Fundraising Webinar Series
  • AIANTA Secures Hotel Andaluz Albuquerque as the 2020 Go International Host
  • Small Business Saturday: Shop Native
  • Save the Date: AITC 2020
  • Share Your Expertise at AITC
  • Balancing Nature and Commerce
  • Take the State of Indian Country Tourism Survey
  • Discover Native America: Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post

View our November 2019 newsletter now.

 

October 2019

  • Director’s Corner: Expressing Gratitude
  • AIANTA Wraps Up Successful American Indian Tourism Conference
  • Photos from AITC
  • Go International: Reserve Your Space Now
  • Native American Heritage Month
  • Best of Indian Country Tourism Recognized at AITC
  • AIANTA Seeks Tribal Hosts for Upcoming American Indian Tourism Conferences
  • Save the Date: AITC 2020
  • Share Your Expertise at AITC
  • Take the State of Indian Country Tourism Survey
  • Discover Native America: The Museum at the Makah Cultural & Research Center

View our October 2019 newsletter now.

 

September 2019

  • Director’s Corner: The Power of Storytelling
  • Best of Indian Country Tourism Recognized at AITC
  • This is How We Gather
  • Save the Date: AITC 2020
  • Take the State of Indian Country Tourism Survey
  • President Signs National Scenic Byways Bill Into Law
  • Discover Native America: Frog Bay Tribal National Park

View our September 2019 newsletter now.

 

August 2019

  • Director’s Corner: Back to School But Not Too Early to Plan Your Next Vacation Day
  • American Indian Tourism Conference Agenda
  • Words of Welcome
  • Native Art Show at AITC
  • Enroll Now: Cultural Heritage Tourism Certificate Program
  • Why Attend AITC
  • Discover Native America: Annual Blooming of the Dogwood Pow-Wow

View our August 2019 newsletter now.

 

July 2019

  • Director’s Corner: Coming to a Community Near You
  • American Indian Tourism Conference Agenda
  • Support Re-Authorization of Brand USA
  • We the People
  • Call for Board Members
  • Paddle to Lummi

View our July 2019 newsletter now.

 

June 2019

  • Director’s Corner: Ready, Set Go!
  • Experience Oklahoma’s Native American Culture During AITC
  • Call for Board Members
  • Top Questions from AIANTA’s Recreation Economy Webinar
  • AIANTA Introduces ‘Tribal Row’ at IPW 2019
  • Nominate Your Destination
  • Professional Certificate in Cultural Heritage Tourism
  • Why Attend AITC
  • Previous Enough Good People

View our June 2019 newsletter now.

 

May 2019

  • Capturing a Slice of the Recreation Economy
  • Indian Country Expresses Strong Optimism for Tourism
  • How do You Say Mother?
  • Register Now for the Annual American Indian Tourism Conference
  • Experience Oklahoma’s Native American Culture during the American Indian Tourism Conference
  • AIANTA Code of Ethics Pledge

View our May 2019 newsletter now.

 

April 2019

  • AIANTA Welcomes New Leadership
  • Native American Moon Names
  • Registration is Now Open for the Annual American Indian Tourism Conference
  • Experience Oklahoma’s Native American Culture during the American Indian Tourism Conference
  • AIANTA Code of Ethics Pledge

View our April 2019 newsletter now.

 

March 2019

  • Women’s History Month: Women Leaders in Cultural Tourism
  • Registration is Now Open for the Annual American Indian Tourism Conference
  • How Do You Say Mother?
  • Now Hiring: AIANTA is Seeking a Public Lands Partnership Program Manager
  • Now Hiring: AIANTA is Seeking an International Outreach Coordinator
  • AIANTA Code of Ethics Pledge
  • AIANTA is Seeking New Members for its Board of Directors

View our March 2019 newsletter now.

 

February 2019

  • How Indian Country Says “I Love You”
  • Join AIANTA at IPW
  • Save the Date: 21st Annual American Indian Tourism Conference
  • Share Your Opinion on the Future of Tourism
  • Request a Free AP Stylebook Subscription

View our February 2019 newsletter now.

 

January 2019

  • 2018 in Review: A Snapshot of AIANTA’s Year
  • Sharpen Your International Marketing Skills at Go International
  • Working with the AIANTA Media Department

View our January 2019 newsletter now.

 

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