MLT Vacations Opens Registration for MLT University 2014

English countryside.MLT Vacations announced today that registration is now open for MLT University 2014. A travel industry educational seminar and tradeshow.

MLT University has always been about empowering travel professionals,” said MLT Vacations President John Caldwell. “This year is no exception. Our goal is to provide our travel partners with a one-of-a-kind educational experience featuring the most up-to-date and insightful destination and product information available, that empowers them to better serve their clients and to grow their businesses.”

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Registration is available online. MLT University 2014 will take place September 13 through 15 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

MLT University 2014 will have over 50 destination, specialty and business development classes. This year, MLT University will offer classes on the English and French countrysides and classes on Northern and Southern Italy, as well as, specialty classes including: destination weddings, luxury, specialty vacations, sales tips for greater profits, marketing & social media solutions and LGBT travel.

MLT Vacations provides education and destination resources to the travel professional community. In 2013, the event welcomes more than 2,500 travel agents and 250 destination, hotel and tour partners.

Visit www.worldagentdirect.com/delta/mltu2014

 

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