TTRA

Wednesday February 3, 2016

“SWEET ’16” AHEAD FOR HAWAII’S VISITORS INDUSTRY?

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With Hawaii’s visitor arrivals posting their sixth consecutive year of growth in 2015 (i.e., the longest run of uninterrupted year-over-year increases since the 1980s), where do we “grow” from here? What opportunities and challenges will the market hold in 2016? PATA and TTRA Hawaii Chapters are pleased to present insights from top-notch economists as well as industry leaders as they share their expertise and forecasts for 2016. And, you won’t want to miss luncheon speaker DK Shifflet & Associates Senior Director Jeffrey Eslinger, who will be providing insights into the constantly evolving travel behaviors of leisure travelers.

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PATA Hawaii president Evan Jordan and TTRA president Chris Kam got down to business with Howard Dicus this morning on sunrise with a preview of the big Tourism Economic Forum on Feb. 3. Haven’t signed up yet? Click for event info and to register today!

Hawaii News Now – KGMB and KHNL

See the full story at: http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/clip/12172543/2016-annual-outlook-economic-forecast-forum

PATA Hawaii Chapter

Stay tuned for details on these education and networking events! All dates TBD unless noted:
Annual Outlook and Economic Forecast Forum – February 3
Safety and Security Forum
Airline and Airports Update
PATA 65th Anniversary Mixer
Holiday Breakfast Fundraiser for VASH

Have an industry event or breaking news on PATA or Hawaii travel? We’re here to support and share, email Dave Mark at PATA Hawaii for digital distribution.

VASH

Friday, December 4, 2015

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The Hawaii Chapters of PATA & TTRA invite you to our annual Industry Holiday Breakfast and Silent Auction at Halekulani. This is a great opportunity to get in the spirit of the holidays and to network with your industry peers.

We’re pleased to welcome the Executive Director of the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association (NaHHA), Pohai RyanNaHHA is dedicated to promoting and perpetuating the thriving culture and natural treasures of Hawaii and it people. This is also your chance to support the Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii (VASH) program through our silent auction.  Jessica Lani Rich, President and Director of VASH, will update us on their efforts. 100% of donations from our Silent Auction go directly to VASH, a volunteer organization dedicated to helping visitors who have been victims of a crime or other adversities.

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