Mac Lacy interviews Luis Maravi with the Korea Tourism Association, on the must see destinations and must have experiences for travelers to Korea.
Theresa Ransone, travel director for the Bank of Lancaster in Virginia, talks about her enthusiastic impression of Jordan, including its safety, variety of attractions and friendliness of people.
Gigi Inigo, owner of Style Your Trip, discusses how she felt pleasantly surprised by the variety and quality of Jordan attractions, as well as by the warmth of the people.
Omar Banihani, North American marketing manager for the Jordan Tourism Board, relates some of the treasures of Jordan including Amman, Petra and a hands-on Jordanian cooking class.
Dr. Jean Anne Hattler, director of Duquesne University’s study abroad program, discusses taking alumnus and student groups abroad, as well as her amazement of Jordan’s historic sites, such as the Biblical site of Mount Nebo, and the ancient and advanced civilization of Petra.
Omar Banihani, North American marketing manager for the Jordan Tourism Board, discusses the extensive ruins of Petra, the popular Dead Sea area and the importance of U.S. travel to Jordan.
David Kasser, tourism development and sales director for Visit Anchorage, reveals information on Anchorage and how is a hub for Alaskan itineraries.
Mac Lacy and Joe Cappuzzello discuss why should a DMO host a conference like the BankTravel Conference.
Richard Pharr with CTN Travels gives information on his membership with Travel Alliance Partners and how the organization is useful to bankers.
Alison and Doug Robinson with Morton Community Bank give information on why they attend the BankTravel Conference.