Dear TTMA Members, Supporters and Friends,

 

It’s crazy to think that it’s almost summer and we are a year plus into this pandemic!  I think we are all feeling a certain amount of relief for surviving such tough times and finally moving in a positive direction.  I wanted to start off by saying how honored and humbled I am to still remain as President of TTMA and what an incredible journey this year and a half serving this board and our community has been.
 
Thank you to all of our 2021 new and old members.  As you all know, membership has always been a huge component of our focus as it’s TTMA’s priority to be able to provide a space for our members to network, gain education, and feel connected to the travel and tourism industry.  With the current environment, we recognize how hard it has been financially for our community and we are happy that we have been able to continue to provide complimentary virtual programming as well as support our members in discounted memberships or payment plans. 

 

We are hoping to bring back in-person events and networking soon and very much hoping to be able to host our annual Awards Luncheon in person as well.  Please explore our website or various social media platforms for the most updated calendar of events and we hope to see you all on Wednesday, June 2 at our next virtual event focused on the upcoming IPW and Connect Travel conference.


As we move forward, I am hopeful that we will all be able to see each other in person soon again.  It is a privilege to work side by side with our Board of Directors and our TTMA Administrator and to continue the work of making TTMA even more valuable to all of our members.  Thank you again to all of our members, supporters and friends.  We are a strong & vibrant organization because of you.

 

Sarah McCann
2021 President, TTMA - Travel & Tourism Marketing Association, Inc.

 

 

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