November 8: New Website Launching Soon - Annual Meeting Photos
Heads Up! Our New Website Will Launch Soon...
We wanted to let you know that we will be going live with our new website shortly - likely before next week's newsletter comes out!
Stay tuned to our News Posts and social media - there will be a much more detailed introduction posted when we go live. For now a special shout out and thank you to Rachele Markle who spearheaded the project for NYSTIA, and to Bren Jobe, who lead the Corporate Communications team in developing the site with us.
The new website provides numerous improvements in user functionality, content management, and more. It represents a major investment in time and resources to better prepare NYSTIA to serve its members in the future. - Bob Provost
2022 NYSTIA Annual Meeting Photos Are Now Online!
Be sure to check out our new album on Facebook featuring all of the photos from the 2022 NYSTIA Annual Meeting in New York City!
Many thanks to Virginia Miller at Alon Tourism Solutions for sharing some of her photos, including the amazing panoramic shot you see above. View the photos of:
Rebecca Hughes promoted to Executive Deputy Director of Canals
Rebecca Hughes has been promoted to Executive Deputy Director of Canals, effective immediately. In her new role, Rebecca will provide executive leadership under Canal Corporation Director Brian U. Stratton...Read more.
Destinations International Launches Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Pilot Program
Destinations International has launched its "Tourism for All" pilot program, an equity, diversity and inclusion program created in partnership with the Charlottesville Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau, Virginia, to support these organizations in... Read more at TravelPulse
Cortland Curiosities: A Strange & Forgotten History Trail
The Cortland County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB), along with many local Cortland County tourism partners, are pleased to announce the launch of Cortland Curiosities: A Strange and Forgotten History Trail. Read more.
American Bus Association Features Fly Creek Cider Mill on its 'Best of the Best' List
This Is Cooperstown, the official tourism promotion agency of Otsego County, congratulates Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard for being included on the “Best of the Best" list issued by the American Bus Association (ABA). The historic Mill will be featured in the November
-December issue of ABA's official magazine, Destinations. Read more.
November Employee Benefits Tips & Guidelines from NYSTIA Member Brown & Brown
In their Employee Benefits November
Newsletter, NYSTIA Member Brown & Brown Inc.
provided important guidance on a number of issues, including reimbursement for Travel and Lodging Expenses in 2023 per Dobbs v. Jackson, 2023 FSA Limits, NYS Election Laws and access to premium subsidies for spouses and dependents. Read more.
Travel Unity Northeast Summit: Northeast Keynote Speakers Added
Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau (GBCVB) Executive Vice President Hilina D. Ajakaiye and Stowe Area Association Executive Director Carrie Simmons will deliver keynote speeches during the 2022 Travel Unity Summit Northeast, which will be hosted Dec. 7-9 in Auburn, N.Y. Read more.
State of the American Traveler Survey Findings - November - Tuesday, November 8 at 8 AM
Join Destination Analysts
to learn the top trends in travelers' media consumption, understand what economic pressures are doing for the near and long-term outlook for travel, and.... Learn more & Register.
State of the American Traveler - Destination Management Edition- Tuesday, November 15 at 3 PM
custom research explores how U.S. travelers see the impact of tourism on destinations and their local communities as well as how the travel experience could...Learn More/Register
The Year in Review and the Year Ahead- Tuesday, December 4 at 2 AM
, the global leader in tourism research and analysis, will join Miles Partnership
to jointly present the latest research, analysis and global examples. Learn more & Register.
Vote YES for Prop 1, The Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Bond Act
As mentioned by our friends at Parks & Trails New York, be sure to flip over your ballot today to vote Yes on Prop 1, which will approve the $4.2 billion Clean Water, Clean Air, and Green Jobs Environmental Bond Act. The Bond Act will protect clean drinking water, modernize critical infrastructure, support tens of thousands of local jobs, and make our communities safer despite extreme weather. Learn more.
NYSTIA's 2022 Co-Op Programs
address digital infrastructure, market intelligence, destination management, group travel, and more!
NEW: Executive Director, Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center / Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry
The Executive Director is responsible for the management and oversight of the Seneca Falls Heritage and Tourism Center and Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry operations...read more.