Forget password? Click here

AON Travel Insurance Specialist Banner

Open my world: Who’s who at NTA

June 11, 2018

This is the second of a weekly segment titled “Open my world.” Meetings mean business. And you can do a lot of both with NTA’s unique tour suppliers and destinations who are attending Travel Exchange ’18 in Milwaukee. Visit with these partners to add that “wow” factor to current and future tour programs.

THE RIDE
NTA contact: Renee Wilson
New York City
experiencetheride.com
Markets: Student, family, arts/culture

Touted as the hottest way to see New York by “The Today Show,” New York City’s groundbreaking theatrical experience comes to life in the heart of Times Square. Part tour, part show, THE RIDE is a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience that turns the streets of New York into a stage. With stadium seating; 40 monitors; 3,000 LED lights and surround sound, THE RIDE is the world’s only moving theater. Its ensemble cast of singers, dancers, musicians, actors and comedians are discovered along a 75-minute journey through Times Square and midtown Manhattan.

 

Deadwood CVB
NTA contact: Dawn Burns
Deadwood, South Dakota
Deadwood.org
Markets: Historical/heritage, gaming, events

Historic Deadwood, a National Historic Landmark, is nestled in the heart of the Black Hills of South Dakota. Visitors can discover excellent museums, a gold mine tour, a historical cemetery that serves as the eternal resting place to Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Seth Bullock, unique shopping, living history re-enactments and gaming halls, just to name a few! The perfect spot to hub and spoke your travelers out of for their stay in the Black Hills! Just minute away from Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer State Park, Spearfish Canyon and much more.

 

Redding CVB
NTA contact: Jennifer Fontana
Redding, California
VisitRedding.com
Markets:
Adventure, family, faith-based

Redding is in the heart of northern California surrounded by national and state parks, mountains, lakes, waterfalls and caves. Cradled by Mount Shasta and Mount Lassen, Redding receives over 300 sunny days a year, which makes it the ideal hub for group exploration of the Shasta Cascade Region. Possible activities include guided tours, animal shows, botanical gardens, hiking, paddling, rafting, fishing, museums, plays, concerts, local restaurants and goods, and many annual festivals like classic car shows, and beer and wine events. Custom itineraries are available.

« »