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NTA honra a Mark Hoffman en la Cumbre de viajes del Congreso de base

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LEXINGTON, Kentucky – Mark Hoffmann, CTP, has been honored by NTA for his advocacy work on behalf of the tourism industry during the association’s Grassroots Congressional Travel Summit, held in Was

LEXINGTON, Kentucky – Mark Hoffmann, CTP, has been honored by NTA for his advocacy work on behalf of the tourism industry during the association’s Grassroots Congressional Travel Summit, held in Washington, DC, and co-sponsored by the Southeast Tourism Society and Destination Marketing Association International.

Hoffmann, President of Sports Leisure Vacations in Sacramento, California, received the James D. Santini Award, which recognizes NTA members who have made long-term, significant contributions to the association’s advocacy efforts. Santini served for 25 years as NTA’s legislative counsel in Washington.

The Grassroots Congressional Travel Summit educates tourism professionals on key issues and legislation, and facilitates visits with their elected leaders in Congress. Hoffmann told his colleagues he is grateful for the opportunity to advocate for tourism.

“We’re doing what a lot of people on this planet can never do,” Hoffmann said, “I enjoy working with Republicans, Democrats, and Independents, because we all have common ground.”

Steve Richer, who now directs NTA’s advocacy work in Washington, said that Hoffmann keeps the association focused on government relations. “Mark has been such a bird dog in getting things done: promoting government relations within the association, being a strong advocate for tourism, and meeting with officials both in Washington and California.”

Hoffmann is currently vice chairman of NTA, the leading association for professionals serving travelers to, from, and within North America. In 2013, he will assume the top-elected leadership role for the second time; he previously led the association in 2000.

PHOTO: Mark Hoffmann (left), President of Sports Leisure Vacations in Sacramento, California, received the James D. Santini Award for advocacy work on behalf of the tourism industry from NTA, formerly the National Tour Association. Santini, a long-time legislative counsel for the group, is pictured with Hoffmann, who received the award during the association’s Grassroots Congressional Travel Summit, held in Washington, DC.