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TBMP: Problem-solving at its best

“It’s a proactive strategy to anticipating problems rather than a reactive strategy to solving problems.”

Categories: ATIA 2019

ATIA honors 10 for contributions to visitor industry

Our very own Kirby Day received a special recognition award at this year’s ATIA Conference.

Categories: ATIA 2019

Board picks one-year appointees

ATIA’s Board selected four, one-year appointees to join the board and help guide the association through the coming year.

Categories: ATIA 2019

Pleased to lend a hand

CLIA Alaska once again sponsored ATIA’s Small Business Delegate Scholarships, which assist small businesses in offsetting travel and other costs associated with attending the 2019 ATIA Convention.

Categories: ATIA 2019

Numbers are in. Visitor industry drives SE’s economy.

While state government, fishing and timber remain in the doldrums, the visitor industry grows ever more important to the economy of Southeast Alaska.

Categories: September 2019

Railroad issues RFQ to replace Seward terminal

The Alaska Railroad is taking the next step in pursuing a public-private partnership to develop the rail-marine terminal in Seward.

Categories: September 2019

Cruise industry at forefront of environmental stewardship

The cruise industry has made unprecedented, year-over-year progress in implementing sustainable technologies and practices.

Categories: September 2019

The ‘electrification’ of two ports

Two West Coast ports almost 1,000 miles apart are working to expand shore power for berthed cruise ships.

Categories: September 2019

Artists, kids paint mural at Icy Strait Point in Hoonah

Wyland worked with Hoonah artist Jeffrey Skaflestad and dozens of youths to paint a mural at Icy Strait Point.

Categories: September 2019

Juneau welcomes Royal Princess to Alaska

As part of its inaugural season in Alaska, the Royal Princess exchanged plaques with Juneau during a special ceremony in September.

Categories: September 2019