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A person or business that pays for professional services or products of people or businesses
The actual user of a product or service.
The buyer of a product or service.
The geographic location to which a traveler is going.
A trip taken by choice rather than out of necessity.
The sale of products and services over a Web site.
Activities planned around specific events or activities in an area.
A term used in relating the monetary system used in the European Union (EU).
A person or company that acts as a link between the producer of a product or service and the consumer of that product or service.
non-resident visitor arrivals to the United States
The business philosophy that focuses on understanding and meeting the needs of customers.
A twentieth century trend during which the working and middle classes began traveling in large numbers for leisure purposes.
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The moment that an employee interacts with a customer related to a business activity.
Things a person must have to exist, such as food, shelter, and clothing.
The process of building and nurturing ongoing, solid relationships with customers.
A middleman, such as a travel agent, who sells directly to the customer.
The market that a company has identified and toward which marketing efforts are directed.
An amusement park in which the rides, attractions, shows, and buildings revolve around a central theme or group of themes.
A prearranged, prepaid journey, usually including an itinerary of leisure activities, to one or more destinations and a return to the point of origin.
All the components of the travel industry used to serve the needs and wants of tourists and to attract travelers to a destination.
A person who travels at least 100 miles from home to visit an area for business and/or pleasure for 24 hours or more.
The business segment that provides transportation, lodging, dining, attractions, entertainment, guide services, and other travel elements related to tourism.
Identifiable changes in consumers’ preferences for activities, goods, and services.
Things a person may like to have but which are not critica.

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Created Aug 18, 2011ReportNominate
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