National Travel & Tourism Week Toolkit
The Annual Salute to Travel and Tourism in America
The first full week of May is annually recognized as National Travel and Tourism Week, a tradition first celebrated in 1984. Localized events are presented in cities, states and travel businesses nationwide to champion the power of travel. It was established as National Tourism Week when the U.S. Congress passed a joint resolution in 1983 designating the week to be celebrated in May. In a White House ceremony, President Ronald Reagan signed a Presidential Proclamation urging citizens to observe the week with "the appropriate ceremonies and activities."
Since its establishment, the U.S. travel community has collectively marked the event in a number of creative ways, from staging local rallies and conducting media outreach to securing proclamations and resolutions from local legislative bodies.
- National Travel & Tourism Week Toolkit
- 2011 Kansas TSA Results with Regional Analysis (PowerPoint Presentation, Large File)
- 2011 Kansas TSA Results with Regional Analysis (PDF)
- Fast Facts (PDF)
- By the Numbers (PDF)
- Logos & Posters
- Photo Gallery
- Event Impact Calculator
- FY13 Kansas Tourism Year-In-Review
- Sunflowers Video