NJTIA Recognizes National Tourism Week with Virtual Advocacy Day May 6

The statewide tourism organization, discusses the power and promise of one New Jersey’s leading industry at May 6 online event

TRENTON- The New Jersey Tourism Industry Association announces its annual Advocacy Day event will be held online for 2021 in honor of National Travel & Tourism Week. Taking place since 1983, National Travel & Tourism week has been held every first full week of May, bringing together tourism professionals to elevate the value travels holds for our economy, businesses and personal well being. NJTIA’s Advocacy Day continues that tradition with Invited guests to include Governor Phil Murphy, Adam Sacks to share Tourism and Economic numbers from the past year and Joseph Simonetta of Public Strategies Impact.

Presentations and discussion will begin at 10 am on Thursday May 6. There is no fee to attend, but pre registration is required to receive access to this key event.

To register please go to https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe2tWhxcYvYdFvk-wgcEBeB901oNBZrX7VUjkXoLyxd8eeawA/viewform?fbclid=IwAR0zG2Ji2G10pHoRIfNvcHznTIHYIrir39yyMvDWlvTfCzsRBSnWMaNX7cE

NJTIA advocates for enhanced government support for Tourism in the state by educating our elected and appointed officials on the industry, its economic benefit to the State and the role that those employed by and for the industry add to the quality of life for every citizen of NJ. They hold a long term pubic private relationship with the Division of Travel and Tourism and the Department of State, and manage the NJ Conference on Tourism. On a daily basis the organization dedicates itself to the cause of building tourism within NJ.

Their efforts increase the attraction of NJ as a travel destination and as a result increases the amount of revenue the State collects through many revenue sources. Some of this statewide organization’s goals include advocacy for enhanced marketing and promotion activities and funding in an effort to position the State as a desirable destination, Increased marketing money for DMO effort Transportation funding to improve our system of roadways and travel options, revitalization of urban areas through promoting historical preservation, arts activities and cultural support, creating livable communities to increase NJ’s desirability as a location for business and industry as well as promoting environmentally sensible measures for sustainability. For more information go to www.njtia.org

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