Travel Impressions Offers Motivational Seminar

Travel Impressions is inviting travel agents to enjoy a seaside dinner and seminar on September 2 at the Huntington Yacht Club on Long Island. During the event, which is co-sponsored by the Long Island Travel Agents Association (LITAA) and the Travel Agents of Suffolk County (TASC), agents will hear a presentation by industry expert Stuart Cohen from Exclamation Points, Inc. Cohen will offer a coaching session titled "Look Up"— designed exclusively for Long Island-based travel professionals. Additionally, participants will hear an industry and company update from Steve Gorga, president and CEO of Travel Impressions.

Cohen’s presentation is based on his beliefs that aspiring higher and believing you “can do” are the first steps to success.  He will share tips on how to be a more effective and productive travel agent or manager and how to get more out of staff, suppliers and customers. The presentation is designed to re-energize and rejuvenate attendees in today’s tough economic environment. Cohen is a 21-year travel industry veteran and former sales and marketing executive with World Travel Holdings, NEST and Vacation.com.

The event will take place at the Huntington Yacht Club (95 East Shore Road, Halesite, NY) from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.  Registration is $20 per person and on a first-come, first-served basis.  Space is limited to 65 attendees. To register, contact Penny Cuomo, LITAA treasurer, at (516) 783-1200 c/o Sunset Travel, 2600 Merrick Road, Bellmore, NY 11710.

Visit www.exclamationpointsinc.com and www.travelimpressions.com.

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