The Phoenician to Host AMG's Travel Market and Well-Being and Medical Travel Conference

American Marketing Group, Inc., recently announced details of the upcoming Travel Market global conference which will be held at The Phoenician in Scottsdale, Arizona from June 21-24.

2012's Travel Market will include workshops focusing on marketing, niche travel, corporate, sales and technology, among others.  Highlights include:
*Cruise Into Profits, Makis Xenatos, Senior Vice President of cruiseexpress
*Smartphones, iPads and travel, Oh My! Nolan Burris, President, Future Proof Travel Solutions
*Social Media Advanced Techniques, Ron Cates, Director of New Market Development, Constant Contact
*Independent Contracts: Legal Questions and Answers, Mark Pestronk, Law Offices of Mark Pestronk, P.C.
*The Frontline Agent's Guide To 'Beating' The Internet, Nolan Burris
*A First Class Experience Starts With You, Mike Marchev, Mike Marchev Consulting

Travel Channel's Samantha Brown of the Passport series and Samantha Brown's Great Weekends will return as master of ceremonies.

“The name Travel Market defines what the show is all about – bringing together a global organization with a powerful, worldwide reach,” says Rick Mazza, President and CEO of American Marketing Group.

Preceding Travel Market, the first-ever Well-Being and Medical Travel Conference will take place at The Phoenician from June 20-21st.  The conference will merge the health, wellness and medial industries with travel professionals.  Registration is $199 for non-American Marketing Group travel sellers and complimentary for American Marketing Group travel professionals attending Travel Market.

For more information visit www.well-beingtravelconference.com or www.meetwithacclaim.com/amg2012.

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