2019 TnHTA Chair Wayne Tabor welcomes conference attendees at the Thursday morning breakfast.


We respect your privacy. This Web site Privacy Policy outlines how we may collect and use the information about you.

The information that you volunteer to us, such as your name, address, telephone number or email address ("Your Personal Information"), will remain private between you and The Tennessee Hospitality & Tourism Association. We do not now, and do not intend to in the future, sell or market Your Personal Information to third parties for commercial use. We will not collect any of Your Personal Information unless you volunteer it to us during registration, questionnaires, email or other features of our Web site.

If you do not wish Your Personal Information to be collected, please do not submit it to us. We may store and process Your Personal Information. We (or a third party on our behalf) may also use it to contact you. We may use Your Personal Information internally for our own marketing research purposes. Finally, we may use it to provide third parties with aggregate, anonymous statistical information regarding use of our Web site.  
Information in such form cannot and will not be linked to you individually.We may automatically collect certain non-personally identifiable information when you connect to our Web site. Such information may include the type of Internet browser that you are using, the type of computer operating system that you are using and the domain name of the website from which you linked to our Web site

We may also store some information on your computer, through the use of "cookies" or similar files. A "cookie" is a small data file that Web sites often launch to read what is stored on the Web site user's computer. We may use "cookies" but will not store personally-identifiable information in your "cookie" or obtain Your Personal Information from "cookies." We use "cookies" to improve your experience during your use of our Web site. You may be able to erase "cookies" from your computer's hard drive, block all "cookies" or receive a warning before a "cookie" is stored on your computer. Please consult instructions for your Internet Browser to learn more. 

If you have any questions or suggestions regarding our website or this Web site Privacy Policy, please contact us.

Please note that we may revise our Web site Privacy Policy from time to time. Your continued use of our Web site signifies your acceptance of any such revisions and you should, for that reason, periodically visit this page to review our most current Web site Privacy Policy.

Topping The Charts!

2019 Tennessee Governor's Conference
On Hospitality and Tourism


Photography by Sean Fisher
Images © 2019, Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association 

photography information

The photography on this Website has been obtained from various sources, including our own photography library, those of our partner and member businesses and organizations, individuals, and from paid photography services.

It is our intent that images on this Website reflect an accurate portrayal of locations, businesses, organizations, and activities in Tennessee.  It is possible stock images may have been used in some cases to depict a general idea or theme.

All images used on this Website are used by permission from the photographer or copyright holder, are purchased from photography services, or are from sources where the images are considered to be in the public domain.

If you are the unattributed photographer or copyright holder of an image that was mistakenly considered to be in the public domain and you would like that image removed or attributed, please contact us and we will remove/attribute the image immediately.

web site design/webmaster information

This Web site was created and is maintained by John Whisenant, Director of Tourism, Tennessee Hospitality and Tourism Association.  The Web site is hosted by WIX.COM.