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NTA Announces Six Product Development Trips for 2010

January 7, 2010



Madeline Vied                                                    
January 7, 2010


NTA Announces Six Product Development Trips for 2010

LEXINGTON, Ky.NTA has announced six Product Development Trips for 2010. These trips are designed for tour operators looking to develop new itineraries to both overseas and North American destinations.

Trips scheduled for 2010 are:

  • San Diego Experience – April 29-May 3, hosted by the San Diego CVB
  • Slovakia and Hungary – May 8-13, hosted by the Slovak Tourist Board and DiscoverSlovakiaTours
  • Big Island of Hawaii – July 6-11, hosted by Fly Away Holidays Inc.
  • Calgary Horsepower Tour – July 16-21, hosted by Tourism Calgary
  • Discover Egypt – Sept. 2-10, hosted by Big Five Tours & Expeditions
  • Lancaster and Philadelphia – Oct. 8-12, hosted by Pennsylvania Dutch CVB and Philadelphia CVB

"NTA’s Product Development Trips connect supplier and destination representatives with NTA tour operators who are focused on developing new tours and itineraries," said NTA President Lisa Simon, CTP. "Travel and tourism is all about relationships, and through these trips NTA gives our members another way to develop these business partnerships."

NTA has offered Product Development Trips since 2001. Previous trips included travel to Germany, Eastern France, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, New Zealand, China, Alaska, the Georgia Coast, Rhode Island and the British Columbia coast.

NTA is the preferred association in the tourism industry for packaged travel professionals. NTA strives to provide value for its members by advancing the packaged travel industry through its advocacy efforts and progressive leadership. Connecting its members through business development, government relations, professional development and research, NTA has remained committed to serving its members with integrity and quality service since its founding in 1951. Today, the NTA membership represents 48 countries, and includes tour and travel packagers of all types. To learn more about the most important destination for packaged travel professionals, please visit  

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