Celebrate National Plan for Vacation Day By Requesting Your Free 2022 Carefree Travel Guide From the West Michigan Tourist Association
submitted by the West Michigan Tourist Association
West Michigan – As part of National Plan for Vacation Day on January 25, the West Michigan Tourist Association (WMTA) wants to encourage you to request your free copy of their 2022 Carefree Travel Guide!
National Plan for Vacation Day (NPVD), powered by U.S. Travel Association, encourages Americans to plan their vacation days for the entire year at the start of the year. After nearly two years of pandemic stress and fatigue, NPVD is an opportunity for Americans to look ahead to brighter days and make plans for getaways or vacations over the coming months.
Planning is the key to taking time off and traveling. A new study from Destination Analysts, commissioned by U.S. Travel Association, reveals that Americans who plan out their paid time off take more time off to travel, but one-quarter (24%) of American households don’t take this simple step.
“The West Michigan Tourist Association is joining thousands of organizations across the country to celebrate National Plan for Vacation Day and encourage Americans to take some much-needed time off,” said Erin Murphy, Marketing Manager for WMTA. “By committing to planning on January 25, Americans can all enjoy the many benefits of taking a break while giving themselves something to look forward to—and now is the perfect time to request your free copy of our 2022 Carefree Travel Guide. This year’s guide is bursting with fun ideas to get people out and exploring all that West Michigan has to offer. It’s got great photos, lots of maps, and (most importantly) information on how you can plan your next adventure!”
U.S. Travel Association is the national, non-profit organization representing all components of the travel industry. In 2020, travel generated $1.5 trillion in economic output and supported 11 million jobs, a drastic decline from pre-pandemic figures. U.S. Travel’s mission is to increase travel to and within the United States. Visit ustravel.org for information and recovery-related data.