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IAAPA Seeks Aid From Congress on Behalf of the Attractions Industry

Thu, April 16, 2020 10:58 PM | Sue Gallup (Administrator)

The global association for the attractions industry seeks critical changes to the CARES Act to ensure businesses are ready for the recovery

IAAPA Press Release
Tuesday, April 14, 2020


ORLANDO, Fla. (April 14, 2020) - The attractions industry is known for providing safe, memorable experiences to millions of guests each year.  As the world deals with the unprecedented effects of the global coronavirus crisis, the attractions industry is facing an uncertain future. 

IAAPA, the global association for the attractions industry, has submitted critical policy requests to Congress to help ensure the attractions industry and its more than 700,000 U.  S.-based employees are considered.  In addition, the attractions industry is an economic engine supporting many related businesses and industries including hotels, airlines, restaurants, construction, and more.

"The CARES Act is an important step in the right direction to help America successfully emerge from this global crisis," said IAAPA President and CEO Hal McEvoy. "Now, work must be done quickly to ensure critical changes and additional support are earmarked to ensure attractions industry needs are met.

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