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Bloomberg - April 21, 2017
Christopher Thompson, President and CEO of Brand USA, the U.S. government’s travel-marketing unit, said the industry is currently “dealing with perception versus reality” in terms of what effect Trump is likely to have. A strong U.S. dollar will degrade travel to the U.S. more than any policies, he...
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USA TODAY - April 18, 2017
Christopher Thompson, CEO of Brand USA, a federally funded program that markets the country abroad, said providing border security is important for citizens and tourists. But while the U.S. began last month prohibiting electronics larger than cell phones in carry-on bags of nonstop flights from...
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SF Gate - April 18, 2017
Keynote speaker Mike Fullerton, a spokesman for Brand USA, the nation's public-private partnership dedicated to promoting international travel to United States, said politics impacts travel. He said international travelers surveyed recently said that politics will have an impact on whether they're...
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India Today - April 11, 2017
Over 1 million Indian tourists have spent a whopping USD 12 billion in the US in 2015, a tourism industry official has said here.
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eTurboNews - April 6, 2017
America is great and always has been great in a lot of ways. From a tourism stand point, there are so many destinations within the U.S. This is also the opinion of Thompson, president and CEO at Brand USA. He wants tourists to explore the United States like a local.
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eTurboNews - April 5, 2017
U.S. President Trump wants to “make America great again.” Brand USA tells travelers to the United States they are heroes.
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Travel Pulse - April 3, 2017
Brand USA, the destination marketing organization tapped with the assignment of promoting the U.S. to overseas visitors, wants to see how far international travelers can go with some help from its latest campaign.
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Brand Channel - April 3, 2017
Brand USA is the government-funded body that markets America overseas, to tourists and businesses alike and just launched a new interactive inbound tourism campaign, “See How Far You Can Go,” to highlight the nation’s diversity and extend an open invitation to come and visit.