Vacation.com Launches 2015 Fall Regional Networking Events

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Vacation.com has announced the start of its 2015 Fall Regional Events series.

Based on the theme "Think Bigger," each event is designed to inspire Vacation.com members and provide them with the opportunity to network with suppliers and their fellow agents, Vacation.com said. Among the highlights are customized interactive training for Vacation.com’s CruisePRO and hotel programs.

Beyond the regional events that have already taken place in Boston and San Jose, California, registration is also open for upcoming Regional Events taking place throughout the United States:

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September 17 – Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Hilton Charlotte University Place
October 7 – Kansas City, Kansas, at the Doubletree by Hilton
October 15 – Seattle, Washington, at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue

Vacation.com members attending the 2015 Fall Regional Events also have the opportunity to experience supplier partner roundtable discussions, training sessions, networking opportunities with colleagues, Vacation.com sales and support teams, and a trade show with many of Vacation.com’s supplier partners. Each Regional Event provides attendees with information on Vacation.com’s newest online tool: Agent Snapshot. They will also participate in an interactive, scenario-based CruisePRO and hotel training. 

Those interested in attending the upcoming Fall Regional events are encouraged to register as space is limited. Members can also RSVP by visiting www.agentuniverse.com

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