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Published Apr 10, 2020 12:00AM


USTOA showcases international music videos throughout April

NEW YORK – The United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA)  invites the travel community to virtually #ComeTogetherWithUSTOA in April by tuning into USTOA’s social channels for international music videos. As people practice social distancing and all public gatherings are canceled, including concerts and performances, USTOA will be bring people together with music videos from artists based in the destinations that tour operators members visit. 

“As USTOA members come together to begin to plan for recovery, this social media campaign will allow our global community to virtually unite through the inspiring universal language of music,” said Terry Dale, president and CEO of USTOA. “By supporting international musicians, destinations, and tour operators throughout the month, we hope to offer uplifting and engaging content.” 

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