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ATTA Membership Grows, Boosted by New ATTA Initiatives

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During the several weeks since last reporting to AdventureTravelNews readers, 34 organizations have newly joined, or renewed their commitment, to the Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) for this coming year. This brings the ATTA’s membership to more than 430 organizations worldwide.

The increase in membership is indicative of the response to new initiatives by the ATTA. In March of this year, the ATTA launched a pragmatic, strategic and engaging online member community, labeled The HUB, which allows members — now more than 400 individuals currently plugged in — to interconnect, access their benefits 24 hours a day, and advance industry discussions via online forums. Also a key focus in 2009 has been the educational series, ATTA Members Tune In, which has featured monthly Webinars with expert presenters on a broad range of topics.

New ATTA Members
African Safari Company
China Exploration
Cruise North Expeditions Inc.
Distinctive Destinations
EcoVentura – Galapagos Network
Gray & Co.
Hugh Parkey’s Belize Adventures
Iguazu Grand Hotel
Johnson & Wales University
Luxury Driving Experience Limited
Snow Leopard Adventures P. Ltd.
The Other Iraq Tours
WillowWorks, Inc.
Wiser World Travel

Renewing ATTA Members
Alps and Beyond
Austin-Lehman Adventures
Big Five Tours & Expeditions
Camino Abierto
Classic Journeys
Country Walkers
Great River Journey
Lifetree Adventures
Mongolian Travel
Mountain Lodges of Peru
Myths and Mountains
National Tourism Office of Madagascar
REI Adventures
Rio y Montana Expediciones
SEE Turtles
Southern Explorations LLC
Tierra Del Volcan/Volcanoland

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