Douglas Layton recognized by Adventure Travel Trade Association and chosen to receive scholarship

"Each year the Adventure Travel Trade Association seeks motivated tour operators who show a demonstrated potential for positive impact on local cultural, ecological or historical resources for the Tour Operator Scholarship program. This year the ATTA teamed up with Visit Greenland to offer three scholarships to early-stage adventure tour operators to attend the 2016 Adventure Travel World Summit (#ATWS2016) in Anchorage, Alaska, and gain access to the ATTA’s global network of over 1,000 members, membership resources and benefits. New for this year, the ATTA partnered with the Adventure Angels to offer an additional scholarship to a woman-owned business based in an emerging market country."

Read all about it at Adventure Travel News