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Courtney Patterson
With the gradual easing of travel restrictions and stay-at-home orders, many destinations across the U.S. are shifting focus to recovery strategies. Over the last three months, significant changes in... more
Laura Libby
We know we are in for a long recovery. According to STR and Tourism Economics most recent forecast shows that by the end of 2021, average hotel occupancy will still only have returned to around 78%... more
David Burgess
Silence can be construed as many things, and we do not want ours to be misconstrued: Black lives matter and we support the fight for racial justice. We want our work to be intentional. We have been... more
Monica Miller
This blog is part of a series, "Moving Picture Magic - 2020 Edition" showcasing top performing online videos from DMOs around the world. For the last five years, Miles has analyzed top performing... more
Courtney Patterson
With school districts across the U.S. closing in-person classes for the remainder of the academic year (and possibly beyond), parents are searching the internet for kid-friendly activities to keep... more
Naubil Oropeza
Think of your favorite spots in your destination. How many of those are local businesses? There’s no question that these unique shops, restaurants and hotels all have special places in our hearts,... more
Chris Adams
Since March 2020, Longwoods International and Miles Partnership have been surveying U.S. travelers each week on their response to and travel behavior around the COVID-19 crisis. In each survey, we... more
Beth Bradley
  As we enter the next phase of responding and adjusting to the effects of COVID-19, mandatory travel restrictions are evolving and starting to loosen to different degrees around the world. The... more
Beth Bradley
National Travel and Tourism Week is a favorite annual tradition for the U.S. travel community. This year, the spotlight for the 37th NTTW (May 3-9) is on resilience and hope in the face of the... more