Shopping and dining continue to be the most popular activities for travelers and CJF Marketing International would like to help your organization capitalize on this. From Strategic Shopping Tourism Plans, to implementation and trade show representation, CJFMI brings the necessary global expertise to a client's needs.

A frequent public speaker on tourism issues and programs, CJFMI’s Carolyn Feimster can assist you in capitalizing on this lucrative business. Become a part of our growing client base that has benefited by saving time and leveraging resources. By partnering our tourism clients together, they save money on many tourism activities such as:

  • Trade Show participation
  • Sales missions
  • Sales calls
  • Shopping and dining packages

Tourism services that can be provided include the following:

  • Audit of an existing program
  • Research and development of a tourism marketing plan
  • Development of an appropriate collateral package
  • Development of partnership programs with hotels, attractions, DMO's, etc. to leverage the tourism budget
  • Development of Shop and Dine commissionable programs


Need your project represented at a Trade Show? CJFMI has experience representing a variety of clients at the following trade shows:

  • ITB in Berlin
  • IPW (International Pow Wow)
  • La Cita (formerly La Cumbre)
  • WTM (World Travel Market) Latin America
  • IITA (International Inbound Travel Association) formerly RSAA –(Receptive Services Association of America)
  • SYTA - (Student Youth Travel Association)
  • ABA - (American Bus Association)
  • NTA - (National Tour Operators Association)
  • Florida Huddle
  • Discover New England
  • Active America China
  • North American Journeys - East and West
  • Go West
  • WTM - (World Travel Market in London)
  • ABAV in Brazil
  • FIT in Buenos Aires
  • ANATO in Bogotá
  • Destino Shows in Brazil, Argentina, Venezuela and Chile
  • Multiple Sales Missions to Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, California, Upstate NY, New England and NYC.

What makes our representation different? First of all, the necessary “homework” is done before a show. We actively identify the most important tour operators and work to arrange meetings with them. After any show, follow-up is critical. We pride ourselves on our extensive tour operator databases that are kept current and used frequently to follow-up trade show appointments and meetings.