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1/18/2017  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

Travel + Leisure offers up its state-by-state list of travelers’ favorite properties. Do you agree?

1/4/2017  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

Celebrity chef talks about her favorite getaways and the items she can’t travel without.

1/4/2017  |  by Richard D'Ambrosio

Travel publisher's announces its annual top 10 most exciting U.S. destinations, and you may be surprised.

12/14/2016  |  by Richard D'Ambrosio

Consumer magazines take us off the beaten path to places your clients may never have been, and never even thought about going.

12/13/2016  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

On Friday, Jan. 27, the annual New York Times Travel Show once again will host a Trade Day for travel industry professionals. The TMR team will be there, and our own Anne Marie Moebes and James Shillinglaw will be hosting panels. 

12/12/2016  |  by James Shillinglaw

The tour operator association launches its fifth promotion in four years to boost the industry’s image.

12/9/2016  |  by Cheryl Rosen

Another national news outlet discovers the travel-agent channel.

12/7/2016  |  by Richard D’Ambrosio

Consumers remain overwhelmed with information found online, and more travelers are turning their trust and travel plans over to live agents, NBCNews.com reported this week

11/30/2016

Canada tourism celebrated its best summer in more than a decade at the annual Tourism Industry Association of Canada's (TIAC) Tourism Congress.

11/30/2016
The City of Paris has produced a short film designed to attract more visitors to return to the city, where tourism has been impacted by recent terrorist events.
 
Famed French director Jalil Lespert has produced a film tour of the French capital set to the music “Just Need Your Love,” by Nice-based French band Hyphen Hyphen. The 2.5 -minute film “reveals Paris through its monuments, shops, gastronomy and also its hidden treasures and Parisians, on café terraces and along the Canal Saint-Martin,” the Paris Convention & Visitors Bureau said.
 
“Paris is a unique and magical city for so many reasons, whether because of its culture, fashion, gastronomy,” said Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo. “We are resolutely determined to reaffirm Paris’s vocation to welcome visitors from all over the world. Paris, a resilient city, has known how to bounce back and today invites you to come and discover an innovative and vibrant city. Paris will always be Paris.”
 
According to the Paris CVB, tourism accounts for more than 13% of the city’s GDP and 500,000 jobs across the region.
 
The film will be shown on Air France flights and in Galeries Lafayette stores, as well as at airports, including Paris, Milan, Shanghai, Tokyo, New York, Berlin and Beijing.