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Practice Exam Questions for Chapter 4 1. In most cases regional tourist promotion organizations: a. limit membership to private enterprises such as hotels, motels, campgrounds and restaurants b. exclude from membership government units such as counties or cities c. are made up of all kinds of firms and government units that have an interest in developing tourism d. are made up of government units (below the state level) such as counties and cities 2. The majority of states in the U.S. promote tourism using a regional or area breakdown within the state. The reason for doing this is: a. It is cheaper to do it that way. b. Consumer demand for area information is greater than demand for statewide information.
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Unformatted text preview: c. Most states couldn’t handle all the requests for information. d. Consumers usually aren’t aware that states have different regions. e. The OTTI does it that way. 3. Which of the following organizations is the primary source of travel statistics and data in the United States? a. Travel Industry Association of America b. Department of Transportation c. U.S. Bureau of Census d. Bureau of Tourism Research e. Department of Commerce 4. The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) is: a. a branch of the world bank b. replacing the World Tourism Organization c. the forum of global business leaders in travel and tourism d. all of the above e. none of the above...
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