I'm going to ask a question even though I think I know the answer.
Why are tours that originate in, terminate in, or are completely in the USA so scarce with GCT?
I took "America's Majestic National Parks" and it was great. I toured New England and the Canadian Maritimes both by land and by sea, but not with GCT. With the current political climate I do not desire to do the Copper Canyon tour. I did the Alaska Cruise/Tour. About all that's left are tours that are mostly or totally in Canada. There's nothing wrong with that, but there is a lot of the USA that I have not yet visited and would like to visit.
I know that I can, with the aid of the Internet, do these tours independently. I know that I can get tours of the USA scheduled and conducted by other tour companies. But I like Grand Circle and the way GCT does things, and I would prefer to travel with them. How about giving some thought to tours or even river and lake cruises that concentrate on the interior of the USA?
I realize that the vision of GCT is that American seniors (mature travelers?) will see the rest of the world, and you are doing a marvelous job of that. Just a thought of possible future expansion.