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December 2015
4 2015 Industry Holiday Breakfast
PATA Hawaii and TTRA Hawaii present: 2015 Annual Outlook and Economic Forecast Forum

GET A ROOM…IF YOU CAN!  With Hawaii’s visitor industry on pace to reach record levels and Waikiki hotels running the highest occupancy rate in the nation in 2014, how does Hawaii’s visitor industry find “room” for sustainable continued growth?  From the Sharing Economy to low fuel prices, what are some of the trends and challenges that we will be facing in our major markets?  PATA and TTRA Hawaii Chapters are pleased to present insights from top-notch economists as well as industry leaders as they share their expertise and forecasts for 2015.   And, you won’t want to miss the luncheon panel, highlighting “Waikiki: 2015 and Beyond!"

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December 05, 2014 Holiday Breakfast
Chapter Members – Boost Your Profile on

Ben Montgomery, PATA Director of Chapter Development, invites all PATA Chapter members to create your personal profile on the website. has so much to offer. And please note: this online registration is free for all PATA and Chapter members.

Registering yourself to PATA website will greatly help you to draw attention to, and further build on, your business. Chapter members can create a personal profile which will link with your Chapter. You can post your products, packages and promotions on PATA’s electronic wall, for all members to see. It is a brilliant tool of communication – and so easy to do.  Click here for more info.

Big Picture Issues - Local Relevance
PATA Hawai‘i Chapter's mission is to foster industry relationships and educate members about trends and opportunities relating to Hawai‘i tourism.

The Leader of Asia Pacific Travel
Founded in Hawaii in 1951, the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA)continues toimage be the leading authority, advocate and catalyst for the development of Asia Pacific's travel and tourism industry.

PATA's uniquely structured organization has helped unite the many facets of tourism in the region. PATA provides leadership and advocacy to the collective efforts of nearly 100 government, state and city tourism bodies, more than 55 airlines and cruise lines, and hundreds of travel industry companies. In addition, thousands of travel professionals belong to more than 70 PATA chapters worldwide.