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Change is definitely in the air for 2017 both for our country and our industry.  Most pundits believe these changes will be significant and that they will be pro-business in their impact.
 
As with any major shift in leadership and national priorities uncertainty is a component that cannot be ignored. The underlying message for the travel industry and for our specific business interests is that we must be even more vigilant of economic trends both large and small.
 
The only way we can do this effectively is to be more engaged with the people making these decisions and more informed about their potential impact on small business and on the economy in general. One example worth pointing to is travel to Cuba.  Will the current softening of restrictions continue or will they be slowed or reversed by the new administration?
 
Looking to the bigger picture, will 2017 see an improving economy an accompanying increase in business and personal travel?  In this regard, your association and your chapter will continue to provide a flow of detailed information pertaining to all facets of our industry.  Beyond regular communications both ASTA National and ASTA Mid-America will be hosting events with political and industry leaders to expand our knowledge and influence where it can count most for you and your business interests.
 
Although we have a solid list of events for 2017 including Trade Shows, National and International Gatherings as well as local and regional meetings.  I am predicting that there will be reasons for us to schedule additional events centered around change a major change impacting business operations.
 
ASTA Mid-America and its Board remains committed to bringing real value to you as a member and a colleague.

Change is definitely in the air for 2017 both for our country and our industry.  Most pundits believe these changes will be significant and that they will be pro-business in their impact.
 
As with any major shift in leadership and national priorities uncertainty is a component that cannot be ignored. The underlying message for the travel industry and for our specific business interests is that we must be even more vigilant of economic trends both large and small.
 
The only way we can do this effectively is to be more engaged with the people making these decisions and more informed about their potential impact on small business and on the economy in general. One example worth pointing to is travel to Cuba.  Will the current softening of restrictions continue or will they be slowed or reversed by the new administration?
 
Looking to the bigger picture, will 2017 see an improving economy an accompanying increase in business and personal travel?  In this regard, your association and your chapter will continue to provide a flow of detailed information pertaining to all facets of our industry.  Beyond regular communications both ASTA National and ASTA Mid-America will be hosting events with political and industry leaders to expand our knowledge and influence where it can count most for you and your business interests.
 
Although we have a solid list of events for 2017 including Trade Shows, National and International Gatherings as well as local and regional meetings.  I am predicting that there will be reasons for us to schedule additional events centered around change a major change impacting business operations.
 
ASTA Mid-America and its Board remains committed to bringing real value to you as a member and a colleague.
Change is definitely in the air for 2017 both for our country and our industry.  Most pundits believe these changes will be significant and that they will be pro-business in their impact.
 
As with any major shift in leadership and national priorities uncertainty is a component that cannot be ignored. The underlying message for the travel industry and for our specific business interests is that we must be even more vigilant of economic trends both large and small.
 
The only way we can do this effectively is to be more engaged with the people making these decisions and more informed about their potential impact on small business and on the economy in general. One example worth pointing to is travel to Cuba.  Will the current softening of restrictions continue or will they be slowed or reversed by the new administration?
 
Looking to the bigger picture, will 2017 see an improving economy an accompanying increase in business and personal travel?  In this regard, your association and your chapter will continue to provide a flow of detailed information pertaining to all facets of our industry.  Beyond regular communications both ASTA National and ASTA Mid-America will be hosting events with political and industry leaders to expand our knowledge and influence where it can count most for you and your business interests.
 
Although we have a solid list of events for 2017 including Trade Shows, National and International Gatherings as well as local and regional meetings.  I am predicting that there will be reasons for us to schedule additional events centered around change a major change impacting business operations.
 
ASTA Mid-America and its Board remains committed to bringing real value to you as a member and a colleague.
Change is definitely in the air for 2017 both for our country and our industry.  Most pundits believe these changes will be significant and that they will be pro-business in their impact.
 
As with any major shift in leadership and national priorities uncertainty is a component that cannot be ignored. The underlying message for the travel industry and for our specific business interests is that we must be even more vigilant of economic trends both large and small.
 
The only way we can do this effectively is to be more engaged with the people making these decisions and more informed about their potential impact on small business and on the economy in general. One example worth pointing to is travel to Cuba.  Will the current softening of restrictions continue or will they be slowed or reversed by the new administration?
 
Looking to the bigger picture, will 2017 see an improving economy an accompanying increase in business and personal travel?  In this regard, your association and your chapter will continue to provide a flow of detailed information pertaining to all facets of our industry.  Beyond regular communications both ASTA National and ASTA Mid-America will be hosting events with political and industry leaders to expand our knowledge and influence where it can count most for you and your business interests.
 
Although we have a solid list of events for 2017 including Trade Shows, National and International Gatherings as well as local and regional meetings.  I am predicting that there will be reasons for us to schedule additional events centered around change a major change impacting business operations.
 
ASTA Mid-America and its Board remains committed to bringing real value to you as a member and a colleague.
Change is definitely in the air for 2017 both for our country and our industry.  Most pundits believe these changes will be significant and that they will be pro-business in their impact.
 
As with any major shift in leadership and national priorities uncertainty is a component that cannot be ignored. The underlying message for the travel industry and for our specific business interests is that we must be even more vigilant of economic trends both large and small.
 
The only way we can do this effectively is to be more engaged with the people making these decisions and more informed about their potential impact on small business and on the economy in general. One example worth pointing to is travel to Cuba.  Will the current softening of restrictions continue or will they be slowed or reversed by the new administration?
 
Looking to the bigger picture, will 2017 see an improving economy an accompanying increase in business and personal travel?  In this regard, your association and your chapter will continue to provide a flow of detailed information pertaining to all facets of our industry.  Beyond regular communications both ASTA National and ASTA Mid-America will be hosting events with political and industry leaders to expand our knowledge and influence where it can count most for you and your business interests.
 
Although we have a solid list of events for 2017 including Trade Shows, National and International Gatherings as well as local and regional meetings.  I am predicting that there will be reasons for us to schedule additional events centered around change a major change impacting business operations.
 
ASTA Mid-America and its Board remains committed to bringing real value to you as a member and a colleague.


Claudia
Claudia Darling, CTC
President - ASTA Mid-America

317.587.1954
765.743.2116


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ASTA Mid-America Vision Statement

To be an organization for Travel Professionals that is open to new ideas and initiatives, where members can share useful information, develop valuable business contacts, build friendships with peers and experience a broad range of educational opportunities including specific product knowledge, newest business trends and personal skill building, all in an environment which is both positive and energizing.  We believe that by creating this type of experience members will not only be retained but will become more active and new members will be drawn to associate with successful people who are executing and achieving important industry objectives.
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