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Published May 12, 2020 12:00AM


USTOA Executive Committee Members Look to 2021 for Travel Recovery

In all likelihood, travel will not significantly pick up steam until 2021, said members of USTOA’s executive committee during a virtual Town Hall Meeting.

USTOA President and CEO Terry Dale noted that findings from a new USTOA member survey, which has yet to be released, found that 57 percent of active-member business on the books for 2021 is rebooked guests from canceled 2020 departures.


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