‘Let’s Go There,’ U.S. Travel Association encourages travelers with new campaign

The U.S. Travel Association recently launched the ‘Let’s Go There’ campaign to encourage Americans to plan their next holiday. Ads for the campaign aired during the season premiere of Monday Night Football on September 14.
The U.S. Travel Association recently launched the ‘Let’s Go There’ campaign to encourage Americans to plan their next holiday. Ads for the campaign aired during the season premiere of Monday Night Football on September 14.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The U.S. Travel Association has launched a new campaign called ‘Let’s Go There’ aimed at encouraging Americans to plan their next vacation.

The campaign includes a collaboration of more than 75 businesses and organizations, the U.S. Travel Association launched ‘Let’s Go There’ on Tuesday, September 8.

“The ‘Let’s Go There’ campaign aims to tell travelers when it is time for you, we will be ready,” U.S. Travel Association President Roger Dow said. “There is pleasure in planning travel, and when the moment is right, the industry is committed to being well-prepared for the safe return of travelers.”

The ‘Let’s Go There’ campaign will extend into 2021 and was featured on top television stations, including on the season premiere of Monday Night Football ESPN’s Monday Night Football on September 14.

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