Don't wait until it's too late.
Book your room in NYC while savings last!
The New Yorker Hotel is offering incredible savings for your stay in NYC for the 2022 NYSTIA Annual Meeting. The NYSTIA Annual Meeting room block rates ($199/Metro Queen; $279/double) represent over 40% savings, but is available for a limited time only!
We CANNOT extend this incredible rate - Book your room* ASAP!
*NOTE: The NEW YORKER is holding a limited number of rooms in NYSTIA's room block until September 25, but is willing to increase the room block based on demand provided inventory is available. The NYSTIA event room rate ($199 Metro Queen Room if available) represents over 40% savings and is available to book from Tuesday evening October 25 through Sunday morning October 30. If you have any issues booking your room(s) at the NYSTIA rate please contact our event liaison at the NEW YORKER, Darcy Schecht: email@example.com.
Join NYSTIA at NYITS October 28-30!
NYSTIA has confirmed industry sponsorship with the NY International Travel Show (NYITS 2022) scheduled for October 28-30th.
NYSTIA will be exhibiting in the New York State aisle to maximize the Empire State's tourism presence with travel trade and consumer audiences. Learn more about how you can participate.
Register for These NYSTIA
Travel Trade Programs
presented by ALON MARKETING GROUP
Maximize Your Travel Trade NYITS Sales & Marketing Outcomes! Learn more.
Observe World Tourism Day!
Travel Trade Activation Workshop
- Tuesday, September 27, 10 AM to Noon -
NYS Marketplace Exchange & New York International Show Reception:
- Thursday, October 27, 4 PM to 7 PM -
Annual Meeting Offsite Excursion
Join us on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26 for a special itinerary visiting nationally and globally recognized attractions that highlight and remember the unique history, architecture, and culture of New York City.
Priced separately, these experiences (admissions, cocktails, food, transportation) would cost upwards of $450 - but thanks to our generous Annual Meeting sponsors, your registration is only $145! Learn More & Register.
Celebrate Canal History in Your Community
Celebrate Canal History in Your Community
From towpaths to tugboats, what history does the canal in your community have to tell? Apply for the Historic Transportation Canals Marker Grant Program to commemorate the history of NYS canals in the United States. Learn more...
Call for Nominations: NYSTIA Board of Directors
NYSTIA's Nominating Committee is seeking individuals interested in serving on our Board of Directors. Will you put your expertise, enthusiasm and experience to work for the advancement of New York State's tourism industry and your NYSTIA colleagues? Read more...
StatePoint Media: Content That Connects! New Format, NYSTIA Co-Op Incentives
Now offering two story format options! Choose between standalone feature stories or thematic "Round-Up" story briefs - now is the time to check out the new co-opportunities specially priced for NYSTIA members.
Over 60 New York and Pennsylvania media placements with an estimated reach of over ten million consumers! -Click for details.
Updated Co-Op Guidelines - In accordance with our partners at I LOVE NY, we have updated our Co-Op Guidelines for submission of advertising materials. Click here.
NYSTIA's 2022 Co-Op Programs address digital infrastructure, market intelligence, destination management, group travel, and more! Click a program below to learn more:
Whether you're seeking a new opportunity or sharing one, don't forget about the NYSTIA jobs board! You can also submit your organization's open jobs which we will post on our website and in this newsletter for the general public.
Manager, Public Relations & Special Media Projects, Corning Museum of Glass
Event and Group Sales Coordinator, The Wild Center
Director of Operations, Finger Lakes Visitors Connection
Public Information Officer, Oswego County Tourism
Public Information Specialist 1 (Digital Content), NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation
Manager of Digital Learning & Engagement, George Eastman Museum
Communications Manager, George Eastman Museum
Public Information Specialist, NYS Department of Economic Development