Travel Leaders Plans Regional Meetings in March

How to grow travel agents' share of the luxury travel market will be among the key topics for Travel Leaders Franchise Group’s upcoming Travel Leaders Associates Regional Meetings. The meetings will convene in four locations – Minneapolis, Dallas, Las Vegas and Newark, NJ– in mid-March.

In addition to updates on Travel Leaders’ supplier relations, agents will be briefed about fraud prevention solutions from ARC Director of Risk Management Dottie Hogan. Updates on marketing, business development managers and Envision business travel services are also planned.

“We have invited the management from one of the country’s largest luxury travel agencies – which is part of Travel Leaders Group – to share its secrets of success in influencing and serving an affluent clientele and its unique needs,” noted Roger E. Block, president of Travel Leaders Franchise Group. “Our annual Regional Meetings provide Associates with the opportunity to learn the latest from headquarters on our growth plans for the brand, as well as to ask questions, raise concerns and network with their fellow Travel Leaders Associates. In recognition of the substantial increase in business most of our Travel Leaders Associates have been experiencing since the beginning of the year, we’re scheduling each of our Regional Meetings to meet for only one day instead of two to help minimize the time Associates will need to spend away from their offices.”

Travel Leaders 2010 Regional Meetings offer associates four different locations from which to choose:

*    March 10 – Minneapolis (Minneapolis Airport Marriott Bloomington)
March 11– Newark (Marriott Newark International Airport)
*    March 17– Dallas (Wyndham DFW Airport North)
*    March 18– Las Vegas (Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino)

Travel Leaders Associates may register for the Regional Meetings online by visiting



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