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Introducing … NTA’s newest members Liv Hospitality RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA Tour supplier Located in the Black Hills of western South Dakota, Liv Hospitality is an independent hospitality management company featur- ing award-winning properties near some of the most captivating vacation destinations in the country: Mt. Rushmore, Badla nds National Park and Crazy Horse Memorial. Lynzie Montague Milwaukee Food & City Tours WAUWATOSA, WISCONSIN Tour operator Exploring neighborhoods originally settled by Italian, Irish, Polish and German immi- grants, the company’s tours combine food, culture and history. All tours of Milwaukee include architectural highlights, cultural hot spots, great shops and a sampling of flavors at restaurants along the way. Vice president +1.605.341.0500 lmontague@livhotel group.com livhotelgroup.com “I joined Liv Hospitality in July 2012 and am responsible for all Liv hotel property sales, along with bringing in new groups, training, networking and marketing.” CayTours GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS Tour supplier Sightseeing tours throughout Grand Cayman range from a few hours to a full day, and guests can explore the island’s turtle farm, botanical garden, historical castle, crystal caves, rum cake factory and unique shops. Tours can be customized to include fishing and snorkeling. Victor Johnson Managing director +1.345.916.5523 info@caytours.com caytours.com Theresa Nemetz Founder and CEO +1.262.853.5239 theresa@milwaukee foodtours.com milwaukeefoodtours.com “We love showing groups what Milwaukee has to offer. Let our 11 years of creating itineraries be the next tour your guests can’t stop talking about.” “I was born and raised in the Cayman Islands, and before I entered the hospitality business, I was a ship’s navigator and a police investigator.” Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Raymond Management Jay Peak Resort, Company Vermont USA MIDDLETON, WISCONSIN JAY, VERMONT Tour supplier Tour supplier Tour supplier Opening in 2019, the Academy Museum will be the world’s premier institution dedicated to the art and science of mov- ies—past, present and future. The Saban Building’s six floors will include special event spaces, a 288-seat theater, an educa- tion studio, a café and a store. The company owns and operates award- winning hotels in key tour markets, includ- ing Chicago; St. Louis; Portland, Oregon; Milwaukee; Madison, Wisconsin; Fort Worth; Houston; and Kansas City. Most properties are interstate-adjacent. Named “Developer of the Year” by Hilton in 2001, 2008 and 2016. A premier four-season destination, Jay Peak Resort is a hub-and-spoke option for Boston; Montréal; and Burlington and Stowe, Vermont. Indoor attractions include a water park, climbing walls, a movie theater, an ice arena, a conference center and nine dining options. Outdoors are new athletic fields, a concert amphitheater and an aerial tram. BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA Rowena Adalid Director of sales +1.310.247.3000 radalid@oscars.org academymuseum.org “We’re excited to be a part of Hollywood history and building a place where we can celebrate what movies mean to us.” 62 August/September 2018 Matt Landgraf Regional manager, corporate sales +1.608.467.5042 landgraf@raymondteam.com raymondteam.com “I’ve been in the hotel industry for over 25 years. I enjoy getting away in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, bonding with nature and maybe discovering a new local brew or two.” Steve Vance Group tour/FIT sales +1.802.327.2191 svance@jaypeakresort.com jaypeakresort.com “I love to market a destination, and I also love playing golf, hiking, music performances, skiing and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream.” Introducing … presents NTA members who complete their online profile within four months of joining. Organizations are included as profiles are completed. Space constraints may delay inclusion.