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HONOLULU, HI — The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA)’s marketing committee announced today that it has approved an additional US$1.238 million from the marketing opportunity fund for programs that wi
HONOLULU, HI – According to preliminary statistics released today by the Hawaii Tourism Authority, total visitor days for air and cruise visitors in September 2009 rose 4.8 percent from the same mon
If current tourism patterns continue, state tourism officials expect the number of visitors coming to Hawaii this year to reach about 6.5 million, or about 207,000 fewer people than last year.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) board voted 9 to 1 today to bring the Pro Bowl back to Hawaii’s Aloha Stadium.
After being scolded for passing up on a Pro Bowl contract, Hawaii Tourism Authority board members told lawmakers today they would reconsider the deal.
HONOLULU: March 02, 2009 – The recently-formed Hawai’i Tourism Association (HiTA) is pleased to announce our first Executive Committee which will guide the association through startup and in deter
HONOLULU, HI — The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), the state agency for tourism, has announced the selection of 25 organizations that will receive funding through its Kūkulu Ola – Living Hawaiian
HONOLULU, HI - The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), the state’s tourism agency, with guidance from its Natural Resources Advisory Group (NRAG), has selected 25 community-based projects throughout the
HONOLULU, HI – The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), the state agency for tourism, is seeking to fund community-based projects that respect, enhance and perpetuate Hawaii’s natural environment and a
HONOLULU — The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) board of directors, led by chairperson Kelvin Bloom, has announced the election of Sharon Weiner to serve as its vice chair.
HONOLULU – The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), the state’s tourism agency, is pleased to announce that the fifth annual Hawaii Tourism Conference will be held on August 7-8, 2008 at the Hawaii Con
HONOLULU, Hawaii – The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), the state agency for tourism, in partnership with the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA), is pleased to announce that applications