Love & Money: Learn the Power of Bridal at Luxury Travel Expo

Turn on the television or pass a newsstand and it’s pretty obvious that the uptick in bridal is here to stay. This means that more and more travelers are turning to their preferred travel agent to help make the wedding of their dreams a reality. This year, Luxury Travel Expo has invited bridal marketing expert Jacqueline Johnson, president and CEO of Jacqueline Johnson & Associates, to help you tap into the lucrative bridal market.

Attendees will be treated to a first-hand look at the latest wedding and honeymoon trends during “Love & Money: Powerful Forces in Bridal Marketing” on Thursday, December 9 at 2:45 p.m. Our wedding expert will show you why clients are still willing to spend money when it comes to love! Plus, you will hear live feedback from a 2010 summer bride. Click here to learn more about the complete educational session schedule.

Still need to register? Agents can register for Luxury Travel Expo for $80 here.

Those who confirm their participation will qualify for the Blue Sky Tours Platinum Prize and the November Grand VIP prize, courtesy of AmaWaterways. Plus, American Express Card holders will receive an additional 10 percent discount when they use an American Express Card.

The exclusive $109 travel agent room rate expires on November 17 so attendees should book today. All reservations include a complimentary resort fee (valued at $60), a $25 resort credit, and two-for-one tickets to Disney’s The Lion King. Contact the Luxury Travel Expo housing bureau at 866-364-9512 or 310-590-4733. Offer is also valid for those attending the Young Leaders Conference. Both hotel reservations and registration can be accessed online at

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