Last updated: 10:58 AM ET, Sun November 13 2016

Ads at Reagan National Airport Brings Policy to New Congress and Admin

Impacting Travel | Jessica Kleinschmidt | November 13, 2016

Ads at Reagan National Airport Brings Policy to New Congress and Admin

photo courtesy of US Travel Association 

The U.S. Travel Association continues its campaign of "Travel. More than fun. Serious business." The message of travel being a serious business with a "light-hearted feel" has been the  message throughout the election-year and ads have been placed this week at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA).

The ads debuted to show the association's "pro-connectivity, pro-growth, pro-traveler policy priorities --- with the express intention that they be seen by members of th new administrations and Congress traveling to the nation's capital" according to a press release.

The messages will be placed in various airport terminals from November to January.

"The election may be over, but our work has just begun," said U.S. Travel Association President and CEO Roger Dow. "New and returning lawmakers arriving here need to know how crucial our industry is for America's health, wealth and diplomatic relations as they begin their work for the coming years. Our industry looks forward to working with the Trump administration on policies that will keep travelers moving and keep our country a welcoming destination—and in doing so, create jobs and help fulfill the very campaign promises they made en route to Washington."

The press release adds that having the banners bear a TSA checkpoint "emphasizes U.S. Travel's efforts to improve travel while easing and securing the process."

Keep an eye out for the ads, you can't miss them. 

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