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Tennessee Tourism out performs the nation

Tennessee Tourism out performs the nation

Tennessee tourism generated $24.2 billion in domestic and international travel spending in 2021, according to recently released economic impact data from U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Economics. It also marks the largest visitor spending nationally in Tennessee’s history.

Las Vegas Circa Resort & Casino celebrates expansion

Las Vegas Circa Resort & Casino celebrates expansion

Circa Resort & Casino's 35,000-square-foot meeting and convention space is now open and available for booking. The state-of-the art facility marks the second phase of development for the downtown Las Vegas' resort, providing meeting planners contemporary, tech-forward options to book events, galas, meetings and more, off the Strip.

French tourism relishes outstanding year

French tourism relishes outstanding year

Tourists have started rushing to France once again as this year turns into an outstanding year and it’s not yet over, said the tourism minister of the country as France springs back to tourism from two summers that were hit by the destructive pandemic.

Global Adventure Travel to Quadruple Growth by 2032

Global Adventure Travel to Quadruple Growth by 2032

A recently published study by Future Market Insights expects the global adventure tourism market to expand at a 16 percent CAGR (compound annual growth rate) over the next decade. Meaning: By the end of the period, a valuation of $1,484.01 billion is expected for the market.

Jamaica Nears Pre-Pandemic Tourism Spending Levels

Jamaica Nears Pre-Pandemic Tourism Spending Levels

Jamaica has come roaring back since the COVID-19 crisis. The Caribbean island nation’s Tourism Minister, Edmund Bartlett, said at a town hall over the weekend that the country is ahead of schedule in its recovery from the pandemic and is on par with the amount of tourism revenue brought in the last full pre-COVID-19 year of 2019.

Greece to Set New Record for Tourism in 2022

Greece to Set New Record for Tourism in 2022

Greece will probably break records in terms of tourism revenue this summer, Alpha Bank said on Tuesday. In its weekly economic developments report, Alpha Bank highlighted that Greece’s tourism revenue this year is expected to reach 20 billion euros, significantly exceeding the amount generated by tourism in 2019 (18.2 billion euros).