National Travel & Tourism Week
About National Travel & Tourism Week
National Travel & Tourism Week - May 7-13, 2017
, is a tradition celebrated annually since 1984. The event was established as National Tourism Week when the U.S. Congress passed a joint resolution in 1983 designating the week to be celebrated in May. In a White House ceremony, President Reagan even signed a Presidential Proclamation urging citizens to observe the week with ceremonies and activities in their communities.
Every year, the New Orleans Convention & Visitors Bureau, along with our major tourism partners, join cities across the United States to celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week and the industry that employs more than 86,000 locals and brings $7 billion to our city annually. See More Facts
Looking for a career in the hospitality industry? Check out the Job Fest coming up on Wednesday, April 12th at the Cut-off Rec. Center and Wednesday, May 17th at the Stalling St. Claude Center.
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