Have you wondered what the “new normal” for tourism is going to look like?
“Trips get shorter and shorter, booking windows closer and closer,” said Chris Cordova, chairman for the event. “Consumers are downsizing lodging choices, eating in their motel rooms, and are concerned with the volatile gasoline prices. Never since the 1960s have tourism marketing professionals been dealing with as much change as they face today.”
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