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The Canaveral Port Authority (CPA) Board of Commissioners today voted to approve a resolution for the issuance of a series of bonds up to...
CHESTER, England - With Christmas just ten weeks away, a poll conducted by MoneySupermarket.com has found one in two consumers (53 per cent) are already worried about how they will fund the cost of Ch
AUSTIN — Gubernatorial candidate Bill White has found at least one multimillion dollar program Texas can do without: commercials and advertisements promoting Texas.
Arizona is finding it's got another problem even bigger than illegal immigration. Bad public relations.
Florida tourism industry says it needs more than $34.7 million from the state right now to prove Florida beaches are unsullied by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Harare — THE Zimbabwe Council for Tourism will spend US$3 million on equipping critical service personnel with essential customer service skills ahead of the 2010 soccer World Cup in South Africa in
In order to improve tourism infrastructure in the next few year in preparation to receive soccer lovers from all over the world the Brazilian government and the private initiative are going to invest
In preparation for the World Cup in 2014 and in an effort to strengthening the Brazilian Tourism Regionalization Program, Brazil in getting 280 million Brazilian reais (US$ 144 million) in funds.
The state Department of Tourism spent $251,306 to create the “Live Like You Mean It” slogan and logo when costs like research and branding for the platform are figured in, about five times more th
The California Travel & Tourism Commission is going to the ends of the Earth to lure visitors to the Golden State.
The nation's tourism sector has slammed the Rudd Government for not coming to the aid of the struggling industry despite giving billions to the car industry, saying they were placed at the "back of th
The Queensland government has announced an immediate injection of $4 million for the state's tourism industry after Qantas and Jetstar scaled back domestic and international flight services. The decision by Premier Anna Bligh was made after Tourism Minister Desley Boyle met with high level national tourism heads yesterday afternoon to discuss the impact of the flight cuts.
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