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Brand USA’s ‘Chalo USA Part VI’ Webinar highlights popular gateway cities and national parks

Brand USA in association with TravelBiz Monitor recently organized Part VI on September 8, 2021, which was also the finale of the Chalo USA webinar series, that began in April 2021. The webinar focused on National Parks and popular outdoor destinations, such as, Denver, Utah, Arizona, San Francisco.

Bhavika Jariwala from the Brand USA India office; Lisa Bruening, Senior Tourism Sales Manager, from Denver; Rachel Bremer, Tourism Global Markets Director from Utah; Jessica Mitchell Remington, Senior Travel Industry Marketing Manager from Arizona, and Christina Colney, India Representative from San Francisco Travel Association updated attendees on the varied facets of these destinations. The webinar was aimed at helping travel agents in curating interesting outdoor and adventure itineraries for their clients. At the end of the webinar there was an interactive quiz competition and names of the winners were announced on the spot. Kiran Choksi, Munind Shah, Harjit Singh, Nitish Gupta and Abhishek Anavkar were the lucky winners.


Denver the capital of Colorado is the Gateway to the Rockies and American West. The city boasts spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains, outdoor cafes, farm-to-table cuisine, craft beer, shopping, and is also known as the most walkable city in the USA. Travellers can enjoy vibrant arts and culture, rich Western history, and outdoor adventures. The city also offers direct rail service DEN to Denver Union Station. Denver is a perfect year-round destination and the gateway to famous national parks.


Tourists can explore Utah’s mighty 5 national parks which are – Arches National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Zion National Park, and 44 state parks. The state offers some of the most accessible ski resorts in North America to the most certified dark sky parks and places in the world. Utah also is the first state to earn three stars for the iconic Michelin travel guide.


Arizona is home to dozens of parks, monuments, and landmarks. Arizona’s own natural wonder – the Grand Canyon, has 277 miles of unbelievable scenery, which makes for an unforgettable adventure any time of year. One can also explore Sedona, Phoenix, Bisbee while visiting Arizona.

San Francisco

San Francisco is a cultural, commercial, and financial center in the US state of California and is known for its scenic beauty, cultural attractions, diverse communities, and world-class cuisine. One can explore the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island, Fisherman’s Wharf, Buena Vista Park, McLaren Park, Glen Canyon Park while visiting the city. The webinar also informed that San Francisco has lifted all of its COVID-19 restrictions on attractions, hotels, restaurants, and other businesses for eligible travellers.

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