Young Leaders Conference Provides Double the Value for Agents Under 40

Travel agent registration is now open for the inaugural Young Leaders Conference held December 7, 2010 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. As an added bonus, agents who register for the Young Leaders Conference will also receive access to Luxury Travel Expo, an unrivaled luxury-focused educational program with more than 500 exhibitors in a bustling trade show.  That means an incredible value proposition to attend two powerful events with just one price.

As a reminder, the Young Leaders Conference will include a full day of networking and education specifically geared towards today’s young travel professional. The event will be dedicated to only covering topics relevant to the young leaders in the industry and how they conduct their business. It will also showcase emerging talent that is prominent in the travel industry and create a forum exclusively for this specific subset of agents.

The Young Leaders Conference will foster an environment where young professionals can learn from each other’s experiences, share industry knowledge and discuss career matters with their peers. Topics covered will include peer-to-peer networking, relevant education and career development. Participation in the event is open to travel professionals under the age of 40 representing travel agency owners, travel consultants, travel suppliers and industry partners.

Agent Registration Pass: $150

Please note: Confirmed agents will receive a special code in their Young Leaders Conference registration for a complimentary Luxury Travel Expo Full Conference pass.

Visit www.YoungTravelLeaders.com and www.luxurytravelexpo.com.

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