Posted on November 9, 2016
Baltimore welcomed the 36th annual Maryland Tourism & Travel Summit (MTTS) last week, November 2-4. In total, more than two hundred tourism friends, peers and professionals from across the state participated in conference activities based at the Marriott Camden Yards Hotel, and experienced a true taste of Baltimore thanks to off-site events and tours at flagship Baltimore attractions such as Camden Yards, Cruises on the Bay and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum. Attendees were also introduced to new partners shaping our city's future tourism and business offerings, such as our friends at Port Covington, including City Garage and the Sagamore Ventures group. Together with special appearances by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, the Fort McHenry Fife and Drum Corps and more, Baltimore truly put its best foot forward.
Visit Baltimore would like to thank everyone who came out to experience one of the most successful summits in recent years. We would also like to thank our partners and sponsors who assisted in the Taste of Baltimore MTTS Welcome Reception at the Baltimore Visitor Center: Birroteca, Encantada, Phillips Seafood Restaurants, The Nickel Taphouse, Sagamore Spirit, Union Craft Brewing, Grow & Fortify, the Maryland Science Center, Maryland Box and the Horseshoe Casino Baltimore.