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Announcing the 2010 Luxury Travel Expo Conference Program

August 12, 2010 By: Mary Woodworth

The 2010 Luxury Travel Expo Conference Program is finally here. Comprised of more than 25 sessions, covering the marketplace’s hottest trends and developments, this dynamic program is designed to help luxury travel advisors grow business and better service a discerning clientele.  

Conference attendees will get an inside look into the world’s best exotically located hotels and resorts during “He Said, He Said”; get the female take on where to go for romance, girl-getaways and upscale family fun during “She Said, She Said”; and discover how to blog their way to new customers from renowned travel journalist Wendy Perrin, Condé Nast Traveler. Just three of the 25+ sessions to inform the already well-informed, and just one of the show’s unique offerings to make 2010 the show’s best year yet.

Other program highlights include: Twitter 101: From the Beginning, and Love & Money: Powerful Forces in Bridal Marketing. The schedule is also divided into educational learning tracks – Sales and Marketing, Professional Development, Social Networking and Technology and In-Depth Product Knowledge – to address the varying needs of all travel advisors.

Summer’s almost over but there is still have time to grab the Full Conference Pass at the Early Bird rate of $65. Don’t wait too long because rates increase to $80 on September 1st and you’ll miss out on the fabulous Las Vegas Sizzle Package. Register for the show at and find out why Luxury Travel Expo is the must-attend luxury travel show in North America.

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