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Hawaii Tourism Association welcomes Turtle Bay Resort

NORTH SHORE, Oahu, Hawaii – The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to welcome Turtle Bay Resort as its first resort to support the global tourism initiative of the association.

Hawaii’s leading airlines becomes Ambassador for the Hawaii Tourism Association

HONOLULU, Hawaii - Hawaii's leading airline today became a tourism ambassador and joined the initiative by the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) to attract new developing markets to the state to furth

Hawaii appoints tourism ambassador from Austria

The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to announce their latest appointment of Paul Haselmayr representing FTI Touristik in Linz, Austria, as HiTA's latest global tourism ambassador.

Hawaii Tourism Association working to bring Middle East tourists to the...

HONOLULU, Hawaii - The privately-managed Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA), in coordination with the HiTA tourism ambassador based in Doha, Qatar, is planning to hold a cocktail presentation for trave

Hawaii Tourism Association attracts local attractions to its global ambassador program

HONOLULU, Hawaii - The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to welcome Under The Sea Hawaii as its latest member ( www.undertheseahawaii.com ).

Keeping the main pillar of Hawaii’s economy standing

HONOLULU, Hawaii (eTN) - Tourism has long been and continues to be the main pillar of Hawaii’s economy.

Russian tourism organization joins efforts of HiTA

HONOLULU & MOSCOW - When Russians travel, they like to spend a lot of money, they like to stay in luxury accommodation, and they stay for awhile – generally 2 to 3 weeks at a stretch.

Hawaii Tourism Association appoints ambassador for Saudi Arabia

HONOLULU, Hawaii - The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Muhammad Imran Hassan as their tourism ambassador for Saudi Arabia. Mr.

Adolf Gaischeg of Mags Tours in Slovenia appointed Ambassador for HiTA

HONOLULU, Hawaii - The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) announced that Adolf Gaischeg of Mags Tours in Slovenija – the Republic of Slovenia – has been named their newest Ambasador.

Nepal Ambassador to help expand tourism reach for Hawaii

HONOLULU, Hawaii - The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to announce the appointment of its newest Ambassador, Mr.

Hawaii Tourism Association goes on the road

HONOLULU, Hawaii - After appointing Hawaii Tourism Ambassadors in India, Qatar, Colombia, and Moscow, the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) President, Juergen Thomas Steinmetz, is bringing the aloha m

The Gulf region is on Hawaii Tourism Association’s radar

HONOLULU, Hawaii - After appointing Hawaii Tourism Ambassadors in India, Singapore, and Colombia, the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is now expanding to the highest spending region on the globe wit

Hawaii Tourism Association expands to India

HONOLULU, Hawaii - After recently appointing international tourism Ambassadors in Colombia and Singapore, the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) today appointed Mr.

Colombia explores Hawaii as a new travel destination

HONOLULU, Hawaii - The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) today appointed Jorge Gonzales Carling and Juliana Osorio Valencia as their new and first tourism ambassadors from Colombia.

International Hawaii Tourism Ambassador program launched

The Hawaii Tourism Ambassador program launched today with the appointment of Patrick Wong of World Express Pte Ltd. as the Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) Singapore ambassador.

HiTA offers a constructive approach to deal with Hawaii homeless issues

Just this past Saturday night, I walked along Kalakaua Avenue close to the Hyatt Regency, and came across a young man sleeping on the sidewalk on his mattress made of cardboard, with a sign: "Veteran

Seychelles cited as example of tourism success by Hawaii Tourism Association

As small as the islands may be on a global scale, Seychelles is drawing attention for the way it is managing the pillar of its economy, the tourism industry.

Hawaii Tourism Authority wants 88 million dollars to disappear from the...

The Hawaii Tourism Association (HiTA) is asking why the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) wants to hide details of the 88 millions dollars they are spending in promotions.

Hawaii Tourism Association applauds HVCB phone sales campaign

HONOLULU, HI – The Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau (HVCB) announced today that they are launching a telephone sales campaign this week in an effort to bring new meetings business to the island

Number of Hawaii tourists declines in January

HONOLULU - Hawaii tourism — the state's No.