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Akwesasne Travel named Tribal Destination of the Year

Akwesasne Travel named Tribal Destination of the Year at the 2022 American Indian Tourism Conference, hosted by AIANTA, American Indian Alaskan Native Tourism Association. As the only organization dedicated to advancing indigenous tourism across the United States, AIANTA recognizes the best of Indian Country travel and tourism at its annual Excellence in Tourism Industry Awards (formerly known as the Enough Good People Industry Awards) ceremony.

Akwesasne Selected As A T-Mobile Hometown Grant Recipient

Press: https://www.t-mobile.com/news/un-carrier/t-mobile-reaches-150-hometown-grant-winners

Akwesasne was selected as one of 25 T-Mobile Hometown Grant winners: the grant funding will be applied to a special Smoke Dance Sculpture art installation and landscaping for Sken:nen Park West. Sken:nen park is located in the heart of downtown Akwesasne, along Route 37. Sken:nen Park is part of a downtown revitalization initiative that began pre-covid, led by the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s cultural tourism division.

Akwesasne Selected As A T-Mobile Hometown Grant Recipient

Press: https://www.t-mobile.com/news/un-carrier/t-mobile-reaches-150-hometown-grant-winners

Akwesasne was selected as one of 25 T-Mobile Hometown Grant winners: the grant funding will be applied to a special Smoke Dance Sculpture art installation and landscaping for Sken:nen Park West. Sken:nen park is located in the heart of downtown Akwesasne, along Route 37. Sken:nen Park is part of a downtown revitalization initiative that began pre-covid, led by the Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe’s cultural tourism division.

Akwesasne Travel named Tribal Destination of the Year

Akwesasne Travel named Tribal Destination of the Year at the 2022 American Indian Tourism Conference, hosted by AIANTA, American Indian Alaskan Native Tourism Association. As the only organization dedicated to advancing indigenous tourism across the United States, AIANTA recognizes the best of Indian Country travel and tourism at its annual Excellence in Tourism Industry Awards (formerly known as the Enough Good People Industry Awards) ceremony.

AKWESASNE TRAVEL

  • Phone: 518-358-4238
  • Email: info@akwesasne.travel

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