Our 2015 survey shows that the United States continues to be one of the top geographical areas of interest for attendees at The New York Times Travel Show
Over 540 exhibitors from around the world decide to exhibit every year in this unique show. Why? Exhibiting in The New York Times Travel Show gives you an opportunity to meet and negotiate with thousands of travel agents and sell directly to tens of thousands of affluent travelers from the New York, tri-state and northeast region. Increase your brand awareness with the largest gathering in the U.S. of the world’s travel media.
PAST AND CURRENT EXHIBITORS IN THE USA PAVILION:
Alaska, Alaskan Dream Cruises, Alaska Land & Cruise Adventures, Alpine Expeditions, Amelia Island CVB, Aqua Hospitality and Aston Hotels and Resorts, The Atlantic, Bentley & Capri Hotels, Atlantic City Alliance Atlantic City CVA, The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel, Bellingham Whatcom County Tourism, Bolt Bus, Broadway Fantasy Camp, Bureau of Consular Affairs, Busch Gardens – Williamsburg, Cabot Creamery Cooperative, Canal New York, Catskill Assoc. for Tourism Services, Central Florida Visitors & Convention Bureau, Central New York Region, Cliffrose Lodge & Gardens, Collette Vacations, Crown Maple Farm of Hudson Valley, Daytona Beach, Delaware Tourism, Diamonds International, Discover Lehigh Valley/Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, Disney Destinations, Dutchess County Tourism, IGLTA, I Love NY, Kittatinny Canoes on the Delaware River, Emerald Coast CVB, Erie Canal National Heritage Corridor, Finger Lakes Wine Country, The Florida Keys and Key West, Florida’s Treasure Coast, Florida’s Space Coast Office of Tourism, Floridays Resorts, Flybiz.com, Furnished Habitat, Goal Zero, Gold Key Resorts, Greater Miami CVB, Great Western Catskills, Greek Peak Mountain Resort, Haunted History Trail of New York State, Hawaii Prince Hotel/Sea Life Park, ItsEasy Passport and Visa, Kings Creek, Kittatinny Canoes, Lackawanna County CVB, Lake George Regional Chamber of Commerce, League of NH Craftsmen, Liberty Travel, Louisiana Assoc. of CVB, Louisiana North, Louisiana’s Wetlands Cultural Trail, Maine Office of Tourism, The Manhattan Club, Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism, Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau, Mauiva AirCruise, Mill Run Tours, Montauk Chamber of Commerce, Mt. Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce, MTA Metro North/Long Island Railroad, Naples/Marco Island/Everglades CVB, Natural North Florida, New Smyrna Beach Visitor Center, New Hampshire Division Travel & Tourism, New Hampshire Lakes and White Mountains, Nickelodeon Suites Resort, NJ Delaware River Region, NJ Gateway Region, NJ Shore Region, NJ Sussex Skylands, NJ Travel & Tourism, Niagara USA, Oak Plantation Resort, Ocean Properties Hotels & Resorts, Okemo Valley Vermont, Open Top Sightseeing Tours/Big Bus Tours USA, Palm Springs Bureau of Tourism, Panama City Beach CVB, Paradise Cove Luau, Paradise Helicopters/Hawaii Forest & Trail, Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands, Polynesian Cultural Center, Portsmouth New Hampshire, Regal Wings, Revel, Riverhead Chamber of Commerce, SATW, Scottevest, Scottsdale CVB, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, Ski Areas of New York, Silverleaf Resorts, Stowe, Streamsong Resort, Sun Country Airlines, Texas Approach, Traterra, Travelsavers, Travel Education Network, Tripda, Universal Orlando Resort, Utah Marketing Assoc., Utah Office of Tourism, Veterans Advantage, Virginia Tourism, VISIT FLORIDA, Visit Louisiana Coast, Visit Norfolk & Virginia Beach CVB, Visit Orlando, Visit Pensacola, Visit St. Petersburg/Clearwater, Visit Syracuse, Visit Tallahassee, Vista Parking, WallyPark Premier Airport Parking, Westchester County Tourism & Film, WHERE/IN NW YORK, Whiteface/Lake Placid and Witham Family Properties.
Exhibitors from over 150 countries exhibit in targeted Pavilions such as the United States Pavilion and include international tourist boards, convention and visitors bureaus, hotels, tour operators, cruises, industry associations, culinary, travel-related retailers and technology vendors. Booths are sold on a first-come-first-served basis and if you are a member of any of the industry sponsors listed below, you may apply a 10% discount to your booth price.
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF ADDITIONAL EXPOSURE OPPORTUNITIES Exhibiting in The New York Times Travel Show provides you with many ways to gain exposure and help you achieve the maximum ROI. Participate in cultural stages, culinary tastings and demonstrations, and the many other opportunities that are available. CONNECT WITH TRAVEL AGENTS WHO SELL THE UNITED STATES
Trade Day — an exclusive time has been created on Trade Day in the exhibition hall for only travel professionals to discuss business opportunities and network with over 7,400 travel professionals.
CONNECT WITH MEDIA, JOURNALISTS AND BLOGGERS WHO COVER U.S. TRAVEL TRENDS
With over 700 media in attendance, there’s no better place for you to present your destination, latest trends, products and technology than to the media who contribute articles, photos, videos and more.
CONNECT WITH CONSUMERS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING MORE!
Consumer seminars and Meet the Experts Lounge — with over 21,000 consumers in attendance, many are interested in learning more about U.S. travel and will have many opportunities during the two-day show to hear from tourism experts. Surveys of our attendees consistently show that the U.S. is one of the most important regions of the world for consumer travelers to research and travel to.
Contact Cyndie Gardner, sales director, The New York Times Travel Show, email@example.com;
203-622-1710 for additional details and opportunities.