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New Jersey Conference on Tourism Registration is Open
NJTIA promises tips, trends and some surprises at their in person conference to the Hard Rock Casino in Atlantic City on Dec 1-2
By: New Jersey Tourism Industry Association
The conference brings together emerging leaders, professionals, community advocates, and business management working in the dining, lodging, attractions, government, economic development, arts, history, and technology. The schedule begins packs in two days with keynote sessions addressing the future traveler, legislative updates, new markets such as ability travel, LGBTQ, and Millennials. Other must hear sessions include Cannibus and Tourism, Future digital trends, Esports, and the rise of Digital Audio. There will also be presentations from the Division of NJ Travel & Tourism featuring 2021 tourism stats and figures. "Just as Americans have begun to travel safely, we are eager for the return of an in-person New Jersey Conference on Tourism this winter in fantastic Atlantic City," said Adam Perle, President of NJTIA. "NJTIA is excited to join colleagues from around the state, and experts from across the globe, for a top tier professional development and networking event."
In typical New Jersey style, food and fun starts and rounds out the conference with both days centered around the premier Celebration of NJ Tourism lunch takes place featuring announcements, awards and prizes while dining with colleagues from across the state. Start both days with a great breakfast and networking activities like "What You Have Missed Most About NJ", and Jersey Breakfast Treats. Spend your Wednesday Night for a fun night on the town including Karaoke Night on the Boardwalk. Hard Rock Hotel is offering attendees a special room rate of $79 for Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
There are many options to attend by registering to attend the full conference, Wednesday or Thursday conference sessions, Wednesday evening networking, Celebrate Tourism Luncheon, as well as student and sponsorship considerations. The New Jersey Tourism Association (NJTIA) is a 501 c 6 non-profit trade organization. Its members include every aspect of the $38 billion State tourism industry and are a representative body of organizations that promote and serve the individual aspects of that industry.Please go to New Jersey Tourism Industry website https://www.njtia.org/