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Today, Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo met with the United States Travel and Tourism Advisory Board (Board) to provide an overview of the new National Travel and Tourism Strategy (Strategy), expected to be released in early June. She thanked the Board for its work in this area – in particular, recommending a new five-year international visitation and spending goal that was adopted by the interagency Tourism Policy Council on March 3, 2022 and will be included in the new Strategy. The Secretary also introduced the Board to newly appointed Assistant Secretary for Industry and Analysis, Grant Harris, who will be working closely with Secretary Raimondo to continue supporting the travel and tourism industry moving forward. The meeting also included a presentation from Deputy Assistant Secretary for Consular Affairs, Julie Stufft, who discussed the State Department’s efforts to issue visas to visitors seeking to come to the United States.

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