Citing an 85% reduction in travel expenses, U.S. Travel
The association said that the Care Act requires more funds and more
industry segments must be eligible to receive assistance. These steps are very important to protect the 15.8 million Americans who have
livelihoods depend on travel, U.S. said Travel.
The association called on Congress to add $ 600 billion
Paycheck Protection Program and expand eligibility for small businesses
left out of the first Cares Act like goal marketing
organization (DMO), which does not qualify because they are classified as
501 (c) (6) non-profit organizations or “political subdivisions” of local governments, and
small businesses (less than 500 employees) that operate many locations. “The Care Act is an ambitious step, but now it is an urgent matter
The problem is that the assistance did not reach the destination, “said
CEO of the Travel Association A. Roger Dow. “Big adjustments and more help
needed immediately to support small businesses, including the local nonprofit
is an important engine of the travel economy that employs one in 10 Americans. “Besides adding $ 600 billion to Paycheck
U.S. Travel Protection Program want Congress to expand coverage through
December. Funding under the program is currently scheduled to end on June 30.

“The economy will not realistically recover at that time
– and the initial round of funding is expected to run out in just a few weeks, ”
U.S. Travel to say. U.S. Travel said the economy was in step to lose 5.9 million
travel-related work at the end of April, more than a third of
Travel-supported workforce added that small travel-related businesses would be “vital
the leaders of economic recovery, but first they must survive to the point
when the travel request returns. To make it, this business needs
can access resources that will allow them to stay on and on
retain their employees. ”



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