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Fiesta in the Desert XIII: Discover the World of Travel — Agent Travel & Tradeshow

Saturday, July 30th, 2016

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ADOT MVD Rolling Out Voluntary Travel ID


March 30, 2016 — ADOT

Arizona begins to roll out accepted travel documents meeting federal REAL ID Act security requirements for access to airports, restricted federal buildings, military bases and more. These are voluntary and the price will be $25.00.Read more from ADOT…

Arizona ASTA Gives Back

March 18, 2016

March was a month for giving back to our community.Read more…

Board Members Meet with Senator Flake

September 9, 2015

In August, 2015, ASTA’s Arizona Board of Governors met with Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) in Phoenix. As a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Flake was one of 20 members of Congress to travel with President Obama on his trip to Kenya and Ethiopia. Senator Flake led the bipartisan coalition on Senate Bill 299, The Freedom to Travel to Cuba Act, which ASTA strongly supports.Read more…

AZASTA President Staci Blunt on the Benefits of Attending the ASTA Global Convention

June 26, 2015

Arizona ASTA Chapter President Staci Blunt discusses the benefits of attending the ASTA Global Convention in Washington, DC, August 29th through September 1st, 2015.Read more…

Staci Blunt Joins CPC Reps. on ASTA National Board


June 26, 2015 — ASTA SmartBrief

During their meeting in Chicago before the Premium Business Summit, the ASTA Chapter Presidents Council (CPC) voted for Arizona Chapter President Staci Blunt, New York Chapter president Ralph Vasami and Southwest Chapter President Mike Weingart, to represent them on the national Board of Directors for the next term, effective after the ASTA Global Convention. Blunt is a new addition to the board. Weingart will take over as CPC chair replacing Marilyn Bell Zelaya, who is terming out after four years.Read more from ASTA…