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Tourism Development & Management

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Arizona is the official Arizona travel and vacation guide from the Arizona Office of Tourism. Find in depth visitor information and videos about Arizona travel, including comprehensive directories of Arizona lodging, dining, shopping, what to do and where to go throughout the Grand Canyon State.

National Household Travel Survey :  Collects data on both long-distance and local travel by the American public. Includes data on mode of transportation, duration, distance, and purpose of trip. Gathers demographic, geographic, and economic data. Access press releases and additional publications and reports.

Travel Industry Association of America

The Traveler's Web:  Travel resources on the Internet

World Tourism Organization:  A specialized agency of the United Nations and the leading international organization in the field of tourism. The website includes information on policy issues, practical sources of know-how, sustainable tourism, ethics in tourism, social & cultural benefits of tourism, recent news and upcoming events, and statistics (see Facts & Figures at the bottom of the home page).

World Travel and Tourism Council:  A forum for business leaders in the travel & tourism industry. Use the search function to find publications, speeches and presentations. The Tourism Research section links to special country reports, position papers, and general publications. Tourism news, research, and links to more WWW resources.


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