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2010 Registration Now Open for Luxury Travel Expo

May 14, 2010 By: Staff

Registration for the 12th annual Luxury Travel Expo, held December 7-9 at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, is now open. Comprised of an unrivaled educational program and ample exhibit hall hours, Luxury Travel Expo remains the largest gathering of luxury travel advisors and suppliers in North America.

The new Platinum Pass gives agents exclusive access to all the benefits of the Full Conference pass, plus a host of VIP options including access to: two private lunches; preferred seating; an exclusive lounge, and more. The pass can be purchased today for $175. Agents who pay with American Express can save 10 percent.

As a Luxury Travel Expo attendee, you will have access to the discounted rate of $129 at the host hotel, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, where the trade show, pre-accreditation workshops, breakout sessions and general sessions will be held under one roof.

Experience Vegas is back for 2010 and will reward the first 250 attendees who register and book their hotel room in Luxury Travel Expo's room block at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. The program is sponsored by MGM MIRAGE and will award the 250 lucky travel agents who are the first to register and book their 2010 room in Luxury Travel Expo's room block at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino with a complimentary hotel stay in 2011 at the brand-new ARIA Resort & Casino or Vdara Hotel & Spa.

Also, if you register by June 1, you will be entered for a complimentary Lake Tahoe vacation, courtesy of Inside Sports & Entertainment Group.  

Visit The early bird full conference pass of $65 is good until August 31.

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