NACTA to Hold Home-Based Summit

The National Association of Commissioned Travel Agents (NACTA) has scheduled a "Home-Based Agent Summit" for Nov. 29 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. The one-day, training-heavy program will include panel discussions, motivational speakers, educational training and a mini trade show. "All of this along with idea sharing will make for a tremendous learning opportunity," says Joanie Ogg, NACTA president. Agents interested in registering now for the Summit can take advantage of the early bird rate of $49 per person up until Oct. 1. This is a savings of $20 off the regular registration rate of $69 per person. For more information or to register, go to [www.nacta.com].

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