Family Travel Association Opens Conference to Travel Agents

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The Family Travel Association (FTA) has announced that its second annual conference will be open to travel agents who specialize in family and multigenerational travel. Scheduled for October 23-26 at the Westin La Paloma in Tucson, Arizona, this year’s gathering will have over 300 attendees including agents, suppliers, operators, destinations, industry experts, and family travel media and influencers.

The annual FTA Summit is a trade-only, conference-style event that brings together family travel experts, industry leaders, and media for three days of presentations, workshops, research, and networking opportunities. 

At the 2015 Summit, family travel industry leaders and decision-makers took over the Mountain Sky Guest Ranch in Montana for networking, professional development and knowledge sharing. Attendees included AFAR media, Travel + Leisure, Travel Age West, USA Today, Abercrombie & Kent, Austin Adventures, Disney, Expedia, Geographic Expeditions, Lindblad Expeditions, Montana Tourism, Royal Caribbean, and many more.

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For registration and information on the 2016 FTA Summit, go to http://familytravel.org/summit/ or the Family Travel Association website, familytravel.org.

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