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Savvy Travelers Booking 2020 Vacations, Travel Leaders Survey Finds

A Travel Leaders Network survey of nearly 2,700 frequent travelers found that half are starting to make finite plans for their next vacation or have already made plans, while the other half say they are

ARDA & ARDA-ROC Release Best Practices & Recommended Guidelines for Resorts

The American Resort Development Association (ARDA) and the ARDA-Resort Owners' Coalition (ARDA-ROC) today released their recommended guidelines to help define the role of the timeshare industry in promoting

New Jersey Allows Re-Opening of Outdoor Tennis and Other Recreational Businesses, with Restrictions, and Loosens Some Prior Restrictions on Golf

On May 18, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy issued Executive Order 147, which allows for the resumption of certain outdoor recreational businesses (subject to conditions and restrictions), and loosens

As States Begin Opening Up, Survey Shows Travelers Expecting to Stay Closer to Home Over the Next Six Months

The latest findings of the Travel Intentions Pulse Survey, conducted by MMGY Travel Intelligence, reveal just 36% of U.S. travelers intend to take a domestic leisure trip in the next six months. When asked

Frampton Construction Completes TownePlace Suites in Panama City Beach, Florida

Construction is complete on a 124-room TownePlace Suites by Marriott in Panama City Beach, Florida. Frampton Construction Company partnered with Cardella Construction of Plantation, Florida, to complete

When will we start traveling again? Here’s what experts are saying

In April 2019, more than 2 million travelers passed through U.S. airports every day. A year later, the coronavirus pandemic all but shut down air travel, as people sheltered in their homes, scared that

Consumer Interest in Travel Categories Remains Significantly Lower

RESTON, Va. - The latest insights from Comscore (Nasdaq: SCOR), a trusted partner for planning, transacting and evaluating media across platforms, shows that consumers are seemingly still not ready to

Hotel Operators Prepare for a Peak Summer Travel Season That May Never Check In

Seasonal hotels normally would be revving up now in preparation for an onslaught of summer travelers. But this year, there is uncertainty in whether summer travel will be a pent-up rush or a slow trickle

New York State Features Buoyant Festivals for Groups

Outdoor festivals can be experienced in all corners of New York state and at all times of the year for groups looking to enjoy nature.

Travel Virtually To U.S. National Parks, Including Ones You Probably Wouldn’t Otherwise Get To

With VR and 360-degree videos, you can now immerse yourself in environments that give you a real sense of place without actually being there. Google has been taking advantage of things like VR field trips