IAAPA Latin America, Caribbean Public Affairs
Making Your Voice Heard
Working together the members of IAAPA are a positive influence on the legislation that impacts our industry. IAAPA leaders actively lobby national and local officials on wide ranging issues and rules.
IAAPA Latin America, Caribbean has impacted local public affairs in a number of ways...
- The IAAPA Government Relations Subcommittee and local operators met with the Secretary of Tourism of Quintana Roo on the economic and social impact of the industry and issues affecting the industry.
- IAAPA presented to government authorities and industry representatives in Brazil during SINDEPAT’s event on the importance and impact of attractions. The association also met with government authorities, a Brazilian World Customs Organization representative, and operators to discuss the process of rides reclassification.
- Representatives met with authorities of normalization from the Ecuador Minister of Tourism to discuss strategies to adopt ASTM F24 Standards in Ecuador.
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