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CTA Destinations

Who's On Board?

The CTA Program is growing rapidly! Over 17,000 frontline workers and volunteers currently hold the CTA designation. Current destinations committed to the visitor experience are shown below.

Thousands of CTAs and Growing!
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  • USA


Proud CTA Destinations:

International
Bermuda Tourism Authority

Arizona
Lake Havasu Hospitality Assn

California

Anaheim/OC VCB
County of Lake
Sonoma County Tourism
Stockton CVB
 
Colorado
Visit Fort Collins 

Kentucky
Louisville CVB
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Maryland
Visit Baltimore
Tourism Council of Frederick
Hagerstown/Washington County CVB

Michigan
Ann Arbor Area CVB
Battle Creek/Calhoun County CVB
Experience Grand Rapids
Discover Kalamazoo
Flint & Genesee CVB
Greater Lansing CVB
 
Minnesota
Rochester CVB

Missouri
Columbia CVB

 

 

Oklahoma
Edmond CVB
Norman CVB
Oklahoma City CVB

Ohio
Cincinnati USA
Experience Columbus

Pennsylvania
Gettysburg CVB

Tennessee
Smoky Mountain Tourism Development
Authority Blount Partnership

Texas
Corpus Christi CVB
Galveston Island CVB
Greater Houston CVB
San Antonio CVB

Virginia
Charlottesville CVB
Culpeper Tourism
Greene County Tourism
Visit Loudoun
Orange County CVB
Discover Prince William County & Manassas
Spotsylvania Tourism
Warrenton-Fauquier Tourism
     
West Virginia
Jefferson County Tourism

Wisconsin
Door County Visitors Bureau

Wyoming
Casper Area CVB

Aligning the Entire Destination in Support of Tourism

CTAs from all parts of the industry are joining together as one big team. In destinations of all sizes, the CTA program has successfully aligned the following sectors. Why? Because they ALL benefit from a positive visitor experience!

  • Airport
  • Attraction & Activities (museum, cultural, gaming, sports, etc.)
  • City/County/State Government (Mayors, City Council, Police)
  • Convention Centers/Conference Centers
  • Downtown Merchants
  • Economic Development/Workforce Developmentweb corpus christi
  • Higher Education (universities, community colleges)
  • Hospitals
  • Lodging (hotel, motel, B&B, RV park, etc.)
  • Lounges/Nightlife
  • Realtors
  • Restaurant (upscale, café, etc.)
  • Shopping/Retail (malls, districts, etc.)
  • Facilities/Arenas (sporting events, festivals, etc.)
  • Transportation (shuttle, cab, limo, public transit, etc.)
  • Tourism Entity (CVB, DMO, Chamber, etc.)
  • Other (corporation, banking, etc.)