Agents: Register by October 4th for the Young Leaders Conference

Don’t wait another minute to register for the Young Leaders Conference! Agents should register by October 4 as seats are extremely limited. The inaugural event, held on December 7 at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, was designed to empower under 40 travel professionals to become tomorrow’s industry leaders.

The Young Leaders Conference programming features a full-day of educational sessions that cover the most relevant business topics affecting under 40 travel professionals. Topics will include peer-to-peer networking, career development training and more. View the entire conference program here.

This exclusive event is a must-attend for all under 40 travel agency owners, travel consultants and suppliers. Plus, as an added bonus, agents who register for the Young Leaders Conference will also receive a Full Conference pass to Luxury Travel Expo. Attend two leading industry events for the price one! Registration costs $150 and agents can register at Supplier registration will open on October 4th and will be on a first-come, first serve basis!

Please note: Confirmed agents will receive a special code in their Young Leaders Conference registration for a complimentary Luxury Travel Expo Full Conference pass.

Agents can save more than 47 percent off their stay at Mandalay Bay. The conference has negotiated an exclusive rate for travel agents of $109 per night, plus tax. You must reserve in the room block in order to receive the rate, which includes a nightly, complimentary resort fee! Contact the housing bureau at 866-364-9512 and reference the 'Young Leaders Conference/Luxury Travel Expo Travel Agent Block.'

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