Luxury Travel Expo Proves to Be the Must-Attend Travel Event of the Year

More than 5,100 travel industry professionals attended Luxury Travel Expo at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas Dec. 5–7—the industry's largest gathering of luxury travel professionals. The event saw over 525 exhibiting companies in the trade show hall representing all aspects of the luxury travel industry. More than 3,400 travel agents participated in educational sessions, visited a sold-out exhibit floor and received a complimentary show ticket. The Leaders in Luxury awards program honored industry heavyweights for excellence in leadership. Winners included: Mark Campbell, president, TCS Expeditions; Michelle Morgan, president, Signature Travel Network; Lee Robinson, vice president, field sales, Princess Cruise Lines and Cunard Line; and John Ueberroth, chairman and chief executive officer, Preferred Hotel Group. Luxury Travel Expo is produced by Luxury Travel Advisor, Travel Agent Magazine, and Premier Hotels & Resorts, and wholly owned by Questex Media. Next year's Luxury Travel Expo will take place December 4–6, 2007 at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. For more information, visit [www.luxurytravelexpowest.com].

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