On March 11, a group of travel industry leaders met with President Obama to discuss how meetings and travel can help strengthen the economy. The group, which consisted of companies that serve on the U.S. Travel Association’s board, presented two main agenda items to the president: the need to pass the Travel Promotion Act, which would secure funding for the first-ever U.S. promotional campaign to attract international visitors to the country, and the need to focus on the economic benefits ...

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