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    Two events honored as top events to visit in U.S. and Canada in 2015 (ABA, 9/9/14)

    Each year tens of millions of tourists visit destinations in North America as groups on motorcoach trips. The American Bus Association is proud to announce two spectacular 2015 events as the winners in the ABA's 34th annual Top 100 Events in North America.
     

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    US hotels don't understand Chinese tourists, study says (Phys Org, 9/22/14)
    Multinational hotel chains that want to increase their market shares of Chinese guests, especially at their hotels in the U.S., may need to reconsider their global branding strategies, a new study says.

     

     

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    Omni Nashville Celebrates First Birthday (Successful Meetings, 10/1/14)
    In honor of the first anniversary of this Marketplace 2014 host hotel, the property has released some fun statistics from its inaugural year. I wonder how many pounds of coffee are attributable to ABA members....

     

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    Nashville tourism sets record in 2013 (WSMV-TV, 10/10/14)
    Nashville leaders said the city raked in $5 billion from tourists in 2013, which represents 30 percent of Tennessee's entire tourism income.

     

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    ABA Top 100 Event 'Centennial Festival of Riverboats' to have multi-million economic impact (Louisville Business First, 10/15/14)
    A motorcoach tour, which includes about 42 people, will spend an average of $20,000 in a city per trip. During the Centennial Festival of Riverboats being held in Louisville this week, there will be 93 motorcoaches full of passengers who will spend three or four days here. Those visitors alone will generate an estimated $1.9 million in tourism dollars to fuel the local economy.

     

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    Fall foliage colors Southwest Missouri countryside
    The Monett Times
    Southwest Missouri is known for its nooks, crannies, highways and byways that meander through quaint towns, along country fencerows, through national forests and atop scenic overlooks that are prime real estate for leaf watchers in the fall. In Cassville, Roaring River State Park is starting to dress in fall colors of red, yellow, orange and purple as the temperatures begin to dip and the days grow shorter.

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    Global Vacation Ventures highlights 5 spooky destinations for Halloween getaways
    PRWeb via Virtual-Strategy Magazine
    Global Vacation Ventures (GVV) is a leading concierge country club travel agency that caters to each of its members’ individual vacation desires and needs. This Halloween, GVV knows that some travelers want to experience the holiday as never before with a trip to a haunted destination for some fall thrills. In this article are some of this leading travel provider’s best spots to get scared this month.

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    Take an agritourism trip through Georgia
    Gainesville Times
    This may very well be one of the most glorious starts of a fall season. The weather has been beautiful with crystal-clear skies. Among the great attractions of the fall are the various forms of agritourism, a term used to describe a getaway to a place that dabbles in some kind of agriculture.