Las Vegas CVA to Sponsor ASTA's Young Professionals

The Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority, a long-time sponsor of ASTA’s Young Professional Rocks event, has expanded its sponsorship to become involved in ASTA’s Young Professionals Society (YPS). As a sponsor of YPS, the Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority supports the association's efforts to enhance networking, education and career development for entry-level professionals under 40 within the travel industry.

“We are extremely proud to be such an integral part a forum that encourages young professionals to meet and learn from each other,” said Art Jimenez, senior director of leisure sales, Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority. “We are excited to be a part of group that embraces technology to grow our industry with its YPS Webinar Wednesday series, soon-to-be-launched YPS YouTube Channel and Facebook and LinkedIn presence.”

As part of its sponsorship, the Las Vegas CVA will hold a seat on the YPS steering committee.

“ASTA and Las Vegas have always worked closely to promote tourism and the travel agency industry, so we are extremely pleased to see that they have such faith in the travel agency community that they are investing in our future with their support of YPS,” said Chris Russo, president and chair of ASTA.  

ASTA’s Young Professionals Society is a group of travel professionals under the age of 40, created for the purpose of networking, education and career development. YPS hosts networking events at all ASTA conferences.



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