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Posted on 25 March 2010

The World Travel & Tourism Council and the U.S. Travel Association have signed a memorandum of understanding, formally agreeing to share resources and to work closely together to promote the industry’s interests. “With so many issues affecting both WTTC and U.S. Travel, I am pleased that our two organizations, which share several of the same industry leaders as members, will work more co-operatively in sharing communications and research, as well as engaging more closely on future emergency preparedness issues to minimize the impact of future crises on travel and tourism,” said Roger Dow, president and CEO of U.S. Travel. “In addition to exchanging travel and tourism market data and information on marketing, e-commerce, emergency preparedness and sustainability, we will co-operate on developing a strategic plan to identify mutually agreeable industry advocacy platform positions,” said Jean-Claude Baumgarten, WTTC president and CEO.

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