Four New Sales Expos From Travel Leaders Network

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Travel Leaders Network has announced plans for its second annual series of Sales Expos. The complimentary half-day program is open to all frontline travel agents, independent contractors, agency managers and owners within Travel Leaders Network. The events will take place in Fort Lauderdale (September 13), Chicago (September 20), Minneapolis (October 23) and Denver (October 25).

Stuart Cohen will be the featured guest speaker at each Sales Expo. Cohen is a travel industry veteran and highly respected motivational expert, Travel Leaders said. He’s served in sales and marketing leadership positions within a variety of major travel brands and is an engaging international speaker, passionate business coach, author and entrepreneur. During the Sales Expos, Cohen will provide tools and tactics for attendees to enhance their businesses.

Other elements of the Sales Expos include a supplier partner roundtable. Each event, including date and specific location is below:

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September 13 September 20 October 23 October 25
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Bahia Mar Fort Lauderdale Beach - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hyatt Regency Lisle - Naperville DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Bloomington Hilton Denver Inverness

To register for the Expos, agents can visit Agent Universe.

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