With Hurricane Isaac causing a one-day delay in the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., and providing a case study in meeting planning crisis management, U.S. Travel is on the scene with its Vote Travel campaign. The advocacy organization will head to Charlotte, N.C., next week for the Democratic National Convention, too, bringing its message about the huge economic benefits of the meetings and travel industries to the thousands of political leaders at both national ...

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