NTA, UMA Hold First Co-located Convention

The National Tour Association (NTA) and the United Motorcoach Association (UMA) will hold their first co-located convention in Orlando, January 19-23, 2013, at the Orange County Convention Center.

“It was just last year that NTA and UMA announced our two conventions were coming together,” said Lisa Simon, CTP, NTA president. “We’re thrilled we’ve been able to work so quickly to make this a reality. Financial and time resources are so valuable these days, and bringing our events together will bring more business to our members for less time and money.”

The show will bring together 2,000 buyers with thousands of supplier and destination partners. Additionally, the World Religious Travel Association Expo will co-locate with these events, creating maximum ROI from one convention experience.

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