Following the White House Conference on Heritage Tourism, planning for follow up to incorporate participants across the nation included development and delivery of a series of national meetings to assist each US state and territory to embrace their heritage and cultural tourism as viable travel offerings. The effort encompassed (1) determination of the initial approaches and goals required to begin promoting their heritage and cultural tourism offerings to visitors, (2) handling of the complete arrangements needed to deliver regional meetings in six different locations in the country accommodating more than 900 total participants from 46 states and US territories, (3) facilitation of discussions and roundtables to create the foundation of cultural and heritage tourism plans that formed the foundation of plans to attract heritage and cultural visitors while on trips within the US.