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HALEIWA, Hawaii, USA; BRUSSELS, Belgium; VICTORIA, Seychelles – The International Council of Tourism Partners (ICTP) announced that the Sedona Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau of Arizona, has jo
Perhaps Gov. Jan Brewer misread the invitation and thought she was giving a speech last week before the Governor's Conference on Terrorism . . . not tourism.
WASHINGTON, DC - The US Department of Justice has requested a preliminary injunction to delay enactment of SB 1070, passed by the Arizona legislature, filing a lawsuit against the state in federal cou
An Arizona sheriff is calling on Mexican officials to apologize for what he says is a "threatening" advertisement.
The city of San Diego is off the target list of a "reverse boycott" list of cities and various organizations that are boycotting Arizona.
Everyone in Arizona can agree on this: Right now, the state could use a blast of shiny, happy, sunshine-colored PR.
Arizona took another hit Wednesday as Republicans cast a vote for the home of their 2012 convention. Phoenix made the short list but lost out to Tampa.
Employees of the City of Boulder will no longer be traveling to Arizona for business, City Manager Jane Brautigam announced today, as a show of the city's opposition to the recent immigration legislat
Scottsdale's vital tourism industry, coming off strong gains in the peak season, is now bracing for a potential backlash from Arizona's immigration reform.
MEXICO CITY – The Mexican government warned its citizens Tuesday to use extreme caution if visiting Arizona because of a tough new law that requires all immigrants and visitors to carry U.S.-issued
Memo to Florida's convention and visitors' bureaus, meeting planners, travel agents and anyone else with any real heft in our tourism industry: Arizona's giving us another opportunity.
Arthur Frommer, whose travel guidebook series changed the way we see the world, has stirred up a hornet’s nest with his blog post that criticized the state of Arizona and threatened a personal boyco
The Italian Government Tourist Board is launching a campaign to encourage travel to Italy and is bringing an 18-wheeler to The Borgata Tuesday.The "Italy for Life Hospitality Truck" has expandable sides and is wrapped in graphics that depict the culture and flavors of Italy.