Courier December Courier - Page 60

NTA Legacy Members S ince NTA was founded in 1951, thousands of travel companies have been part of the membership. This month, your association salutes organizations that have been NTA members for 30 or more consecutive years. These long-time members will be recognized at a luncheon during Travel Exchange in San Antonio, and the following pages include a list of them. And it is a long list: 383 companies long, to be exact. That total includes 195 DMOs, 118 tour suppliers, 69 tour operators and one corporate partner. Of the 383, 113 of them have been with NTA for 40 or more years. The list is based on the 2017 dues year, and information and contact names were current as of Oct. 23. To find out more about these companies, go to Daytona Beach Area CVB 43 Greater Birmingham CVB 40 DMOs Leda Beever Daytona Beach, FL Sara B. Hamlin Birmingham, AL 1000 Islands International Tourism Council 43 years Destination British Columbia 42 Greater Palm Springs CVB 42 40 OR MORE YEARS NTA contact: Tillie Youngs Wellesley Island, NY Alabama Tourism Department 42 Rosemary Judkins Montgomery, AL Amarillo CVC 42 Dan Quandt Amarillo, TX Arizona Office of Tourism 40 Courtney Jones Phoenix, AZ Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism 43 Brant Collins Little Rock, AR Sandy Reid Vancouver, BC Destination Cleveland 46 Idaho Division of Tourism Development 40 Jane Rockwood Tougouma Cleveland, OH Sarah Flick Boise, ID Destination DC 49 Kentucky Department of Travel & Tourism 43 Lindsay Hill Washington, DC Discover Lancaster 44 Deirdre Kozma Lancaster, PA Edmonton Tourism 43 Amy Krautt Edmonton, AB Experience Columbus 41 Asheville CVB 41 Beth McKinney Asheville, NC Atlanta CVB 43 Amanda Dana Dyson Atlanta, GA Roger Dudley Columbus, OH Explore Minnesota Tourism 42 Jessica Dodge Saint Paul, MN Explore St. Louis 40 Bardstown Tourist Commission 40 Renee M. Eichelberger, CTP St. Louis, MO Dawn Przystal Bardstown, KY Georgia Department of Tourism 44 Chattanooga CVB 44 Shelda Spencer Rees, CTP Chattanooga, TN 56 December 2017 Robyn Gallegos Rancho Mirage, CA Lacey Cameron Atlanta, GA Wayne Cusick Frankfort, KY Louisiana Office of Tourism 46 Misty Shaw Baton Rouge, LA Louisville CVB 44 Saundra Briggs-Robertson Louisville, KY Maryland Office of Tourism Development 43 Rich Gilbert Baltimore, MD Missouri Division of Tourism 43 Donna Cordle-Gray Kansas City, MO Montana Tourism Division 42 Marlee Iverson Helena, MT Nashville CVB 40 Laurel Bennett Nashville, TN New Brunswick Tourism, Heritage and Culture 43 Lynn Marie Meehan Fredericton, NB New Orleans CVB 42 Thu Tran New Orleans, LA New York State Division of Tourism/Empire State Development 42 Danae Jones-Persip Albany, NY Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism 40 Cathy A. Anderson St. Johns, NL Newport News Tourism Development Office 43 Barb Kleiss, CTP Newport News, VA Niagara Falls Tourism 41 Christina Sarkis-Marcotte Niagara Falls, ON Nova Scotia Tourism 41 Linda Murphy Windsor, NS Oklahoma City CVB 41 Sandy Price Oklahoma City, OK Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department 42 Todd Stallbaumer Oklahoma City, OK Ottawa Tourism 46 Kelly Dean Ottawa, ON