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Las Vegas’ Emerging Activity Scene

Las Vegas-bound groups are venturing outside the casinos and finding plenty of immersive activities to their liking

Mini-Tours May Fill The Bill

Have you tried offering mini-tours? That is, short, single-destination trips right here in the U.S., perhaps long weekends or four-day, three-night offerings?

A Revolutionary Experience

Unveiled this past spring, a new museum in Virginia’s Historic Triangle tells the story of America’s fight for independence

NASA Visitor Centers Tell the Story of Space Exploration

From the Eastern Shore to Hampton Roads, coastal Virginia has played a big role in America’s space program

8 Top Stops on the Blue Ridge Parkway

Build an irresistible itinerary around the area’s musical heritage, mountain lore, spectacular scenery, wonderful attractions and outdoor activities.

Give Receptive Travel a Try

Let’s say you’re doing well so far in offering an outgoing travel...

Putting Together Your 2017 Group Travel Schedule

With the new year here upon us, you should have your schedule of 2017 trips set up and ready to go. All you need is the travelers to fill them.

Start Your Own Travel Club – Part 2: The Four Myths of Selling

People across the country, involved in sales, have been stricken with the disease “quit-itis.” They quit everything too soon, from their prospecting efforts to their follow-up attempts

Start Your Own Travel Club – Part 1: How to Get Started

A travel club is an organization that plans group tours to various destinations around the world. Here’s why you should start your own and how to get started!

Goodies Inside

It’s the holiday season, and in the spirit of giving, our Industry Forecast edition of Leisure Group Travel is wrapped full of special surprises.

Industry News

New Orleans Hotel Collection Welcomes Groups of all Tastes

With the upcoming Tremé Fest, Restaurant Week and a crowded slate of...

Wisconsin Tourism Secretary Wins International Award

Wisconsin Tourism Secretary Stephanie Klett has been recognized as one of 45 “Top Women in Travel” by Women in Travel and Tourism International.