After over two years of disruption in the travel industry, the past 12 months have felt as close as possible to a “normal” year. But what did that really look like? We launched new partnerships, prioritized diversity and sustainability efforts, and curated many educational travel experiences at home and abroad.
The past 12 months have felt as close to a “normal” year as possible, and that is cause for celebration! Read on to see our highlights from 2023!
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has always been dedicated to preserving American history. In its quest to honor those who provided essential support to the American Revolutionary War, 130 members embarked on an unforgettable journey to Rome, Italy last fall.
In January 2023, ATA piloted a new reduced hours work schedule. Our philosophy is that a life well-balanced between work and play is a more productive and happier one. Technology, which is evolving at breakneck speed, should allow fewer hours worked, not more.
ATA Partners with Charleston’s Post and Courier Editor-in-Chief on a new travel initiative. Last summer, Autumn Phillips, Editor-in-Chief of the Post and Courier, called and asked us to help her launch a travel program for Post and Courier subscribers and their friends and family. Autumn is an accomplished writer and traveler
What better way to explore a country than through food? What started as the occasional food tour swiftly evolved into a robust lineup of culinary experiences. This thriving travel segment is in high demand and has become an integral part of our business.