National Plan for Vacation Day

Save the dateWe understand the value of vacation time for our relationships, personal well-being, and professional success. Yet, 51% of Americans skip the one step that could help them vacation: planning. Individuals who plan are more likely to use all of their time off, take more vacation days at once, and report greater levels of happiness in every category measured. 

Join Project: Time Off on January 30, 2018 for National Plan for Vacation Day and encourage Americans to declare their vacation days for the rest of the year, at the start of the year.

The first-ever National Plan for Vacation Day saw more than 600 organizations participated by implementing creative activations encouraging Americans to plan—and take—their time off.

Join us this year as we make it easy as ever for Americans to plan their vacation with our new Vacation Planning Tool.

 


Toolkit

The more voices that join the conversation, the more successful we can be at motivating Americans to take their time off. The National Plan for Vacation Day toolkit provides turnkey resources to easily leverage research and customize the message for your channels and communication strategies. 

We will continue to update the toolkit with new resources. If you aren't already, make sure you're on our list to receive notifications for new content. 

Customize your National Plan for Vacation Day activities by using the map below to see how your state, city, or target markets stack up when it comes to taking time off.

Under-Vacationed America