American Indian Tourism Conference delegates shared so many great photos on social media, and we’re proud to re-share a few of our favorites below.
Also, make sure you check out AIANTA’s AITC Photos at Google Photos.
If you missed this year’s conference, be sure to save the date–Sept. 14-17, 2020 in Fort McDowell, Arizona–for AITC 2020.
— Native Wisconsin (@NativeWI) September 17, 2019
— U.S. Travel (@USTravel) September 17, 2019
#BrandUSA's Nick Mattera is sharing insights on visual storytelling when inspiring int'l travelers to #VisitTheUSA. Astronaut John Herrington & TV personality @ArielTweto will also speak about their role in our upcoming @IMAX film #IntoAmericasWild. @OfficialAIANTA #AITCTulsa pic.twitter.com/YNOQMPBwRA
— Brand USA (@BrandUSA) September 19, 2019
Today, National Native American Coordinator Tedd Buelow is attending the American Indian Tourism Conference in Catoosa, Oklahoma. If you weren't able to attend, you can catch up on our agency's latest Tribal efforts in this edition of TribalNet Magazine: https://t.co/sFBjB1aOsY pic.twitter.com/9x6xTum4rP
— Rural Development (@usdaRD) September 19, 2019
Tribal Chairman Jeff L. Grubbe presents the story of our new Agua Caliente Cultural Plaza at the American Indian Tourism Conference in Tulsa, Okla. pic.twitter.com/ldHzDfhRpW
— Agua Caliente (@AguaCalienteNDN) September 26, 2019
— OK Indian Gaming (@okindiangaming) September 20, 2019
Thank you @OfficialAIANTA for opportunity to be keynote at the 21st American Indian Tourism Conference.
An honour to share our successful work and strategies from Canada.
Will be good to see some of the delegates at our #IITC2019
— Keith Henry (@KeithHenryMetis) September 17, 2019
The Fort Sill Crown Dancers performing at the Preview Reception at the 2019 American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC) in Tulsa, Oklahoma. FMYN will host the 2020 AITC Conference. #AITCTulsa
Posted by Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation on Tuesday, September 17, 2019