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New York State Tourism Conference Rescheduled for November 16-18

May 29, 2020

TROY, NY – The New York State Tourism Conference (NYSTC), presented by The New York State Tourism Industry Association (NYSTIA), has been rescheduled for November 16-18, 2020 at the Renaissance Westchester. The 2020 NYSTC, originally scheduled for April, offers high-quality, outstanding travel-focused content and key industry networking opportunities to create an exceptional experience.

On Monday, November 16, the New York State Tourism Advisory Council is planning to hold its November meeting on-site, prior to the opening of the conference.

Bob Provost, President & CEO of the NYSTIA commented, “The New York State Tourism Conference convenes the industry's leading professionals and thought leaders to identify best practice and strategies to maximize success. The added opportunity to engage with the members of the New York State Tourism Advisory Council will enrich the conference experience in 2020."

Cristyne Nicholas, Chair of the NYS Tourism Advisory Council said, "The annual NYSTIA conference is a great opportunity for the different parts of the state's tourism community to come together, and we look forward to giving the members of the New York State Tourism Advisory Council the chance to have the tourism voice heard."

Natasha Caputo, Chair of NYSTIA and Director of Westchester County Tourism & Film added, “We are delighted to welcome the NYS Tourism Advisory Council at the 2020 NYSTC in Westchester County. We look forward to seeing everyone in November and showing the beauty and resilience of our slice of New York."

Conference attendees represent a wide cross-section of the New York State tourism industry including business owners and managers, destination marketing organization professionals, chambers of commerce, trade associations and state agencies. The conference also welcomes partners who support tourism throughout New York State, and students studying hospitality, culinary, travel and tourism.

Learn more about the NYSTC here