The U.S. Competes for Overseas Travelers

April 2, 2010
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The new Travel Promotion Act, which was recently approved with strong bipartisan
congressional support, could translate into millions of dollars in new business for
campgrounds and RV parks in both rural and urban areas across the country. This bill allows
the United States to compete on the global stage for the billions of dollars and
immeasurable goodwill that would come with additional overseas travelers. With no cost to
the American taxpayer, the bill is funded by a $10 fee paid by overseas visitors to the
United States and matching funds from the U.S. private travel sector.

 

Visit www.poweroftravel.org for more
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