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  • CMAB Meeting
    Park Partners Resource Guide Contact Park Partners 2014 and Beyond About NPHA CMAB Meeting The National Park Service Concessions Management Advisory Board CMAB met in Shenandoah National Park on September 18 2012 To read more about the meeting click here Copies of the CMAB agenda the NPHA cell and internet proposal and other materials are available below C MAB Meeting Agenda Prospectuses New Contracts and New Leases Investing in NPS

    Original URL path: http://www.parkpartners.org/CMAB-Meeting.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Healthy Food Guidelines
    Standards and Guidelines for Front Country Operations and final draft NPS Healthy and Sustainable Food Choice Guidelines for Back country Operations A Healthy and Sustainable Food Choices Glossary has also been released The standards and guidelines continue to apply to new contracts not applying to existing contracts focus on providing visitors with choices and incorporate recognition that sustainability options should be determined on a local basis and that back country

    Original URL path: http://www.parkpartners.org/Healthy-Food-Guidelines.html (2016-02-11)
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  • Please fill out some of the fields
    Meeting 2014 Annual Meeting News Releases Become a Member Members Only Federal Actions Park Partners Resource Guide Contact Park Partners 2014 and Beyond About NPHA Please fill out some of the fields Please ensure that you fill out some of the contact fields so that we receive your message Click here to go back to the form National Park Hospitality Association 1200 G Street N W Suite 650 Washington D

    Original URL path: http://www.parkpartners.org/submit/Contact-Park-Partners.html (2016-02-11)
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  • NPHA Members
    transportation and other visitor services in the National Park System Concessioners serve some 100 million park visitors annually in approximately 160 park units National Park Hospitality Association members have a combined workforce of nearly 25 000 persons and provide in excess of 1 billion in goods and services to visitors annually Concessioner marketing and promotion efforts total more than 10 million and are coordinated with the marketing and promotion efforts

    Original URL path: http://www.parkpartners.org/NPHA-Members-2.html (2016-02-11)
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  • National Park Hospitality Association - NPHA Brochure
    the wildlife therein and to provide for the enjoyment of the same in such manner and by such means as will leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of future generations The National Park Hospitality Association s mission statement supports this vision The NPHA is committed to fostering active partnerships with the public and the government for the joint purpose of i preserving and protecting park resources and ii accommodating visitor access to and enjoyment in our National Parks As an association of national park concessioners our specific goals are to Build bridges of cooperation and shared rights with the Department of the Interior and the NPS at all levels of management Secure the active support of park visitors for protection of park resources for provision of adequate visitor accommodations and service and for continued park access for all people Continue effective liaison with Congress regarding relevant park legislation and regulations Assist the NPS with educational and interpretive programs for visitors teaching about the wonders and history of the park and about stewardship responsibilities Parks should be accessible to everyone Members of the National Park Hospitality Association are committed to preserving access to all National Parks for all people Not everybody can don a backpack and trek across the wilderness But with responsible management of the parks and services provided in them everyone can come and experience the wonder and joy of these wild places From the mysterious enigmas of ancestral Pueblans to the powerful serenity of national battlefields to the geologic wonders of Yellowstone s ecosystem these places are our links to the past as well as our windows to the future Visitors enjoyment is our motivation oday our parks are more than just a quick vacation stop on the way to somewhere else Visitors can enjoy accommodations ranging from primitive campgrounds to rustic cabins to luxurious and famous hotels NPHA members provide many conveniences to make the experiences more enjoyable such as transportation to final destinations and restaurants throughout the system Concessioners offer diverse educational and recreational activities including narrated motor coach tours old west cookouts off road vehicle adventures mule rides boat tours houseboat rentals and river rafting among others The members of NPHA know that they live and work in special places and take seriously their opportunities and responsibilities to share these resources through services to the park visitors As Theodore Roosevelt one said Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing The work of accommodating visitors and helping to preserve the parks resources are enterprises shared by the concessioners and the NPS Public private partnership is the way to get things done The NPS has been entrusted to preserve our parks for the enjoyment education and inspiration of current and future generations As private for profit entities NPHA members are motivated to provide quality services lodging food and beverages and recreational activities for visitors These public and private interests come together to give the parks

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  • National Park Hospitality Association - Financial Impact
    NPHA Members NPHA Brochure Financial Impact Our Mission Financial Impact Summary NPHA members have a combined workforce of nearly 25 000 persons mostly front line visitor contact jobs and provide in excess of 1 1 billion in goods and services to visitors annually NPHA members operate in more than 100 park units and generate more than 100 million annually for the National Park Service budget Guest Donation Programs operated by

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  • National Park Hospitality Associatiobn - Our Mission
    will assist park concessioners and allies to be outstanding partners to the National Park Service in fulfilling the directions of the Congress and the President regarding management of the national park system while providing premier services to and opportunities for outstanding experiences by park visitors appropriate to the units in which the concessioners operate GOALS 1 Partner with the NPS to provide exceptionally positive experiences to visitors 2 Increase opportunities for these experiences by encouraging visits to and enjoyment of appropriate activities in national park units at sustainable levels 3 Create and sustain a close and trusting relationship between the NPS and the concessions industry 4 Expand opportunities for concessioner provided services where appropriate and viable ACTIONS Increase visibility of the concessions industry in Washington Increase Congressional and Executive branch awareness of concessioner contributions to park quality Forge a strong alliance with allied recreation and tourism organizations regionally and nationally Cooperate with NPS concessions office in educational programs that will increase contact between regional and park concessions staff and concessioner staff Increase concessioner awareness of policy forces felt by NPS officials in Washington Work with NPS on CODEL trips and field hearings Develop a strategic plan that unites NPS and

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