U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration

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U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration

Also called the USTTA. A former U.S. government agency that had offices in numerous foreign countries and promoted tourism to the United States. Because its purpose was largely being filled by the Visit USA Committee, the USTTA shut down in 1996.
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The eight states are also hosting 80 travel agents from the United Kingdom as part of a United States Travel and Tourism Administration Travel Counselor Program.
The United States Travel and Tourism Administration (USTTA) recently announced that the U.
In addition, Clinton's pledge to boost funding for the United States Travel and Tourism Administration (USTTA) to make it more competitive with Italy's $100 million expenditure or the U.
WASHINGTON, May 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States Travel and Tourism Administration, better known for promoting travel to the United States from foreign countries, is embarking on a major new initiative in keeping with the Clinton administration's agenda for encouraging domestic economic growth, particularly in multicultural and minority communities.
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