2011 Registration Opening Soon for Luxury Travel Expo: New Registration Packages Announced

Registration for the 13th annual Luxury Travel Expo, being held December 6-8 at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, will open in just a few short weeks! Continually the largest gathering of luxury travel advisors in North America, agents can count on Luxury Travel Expo for the show’s unrivaled educational program and ample exhibit hall hours. The show is the perfect opportunity to gain the tools and motivation needed to earn more from this lucrative niche market.

The 2011 show brings new registration packages for agents looking to maximize their investment in just a few days away from the office. Plus, those who reserve their room in the show’s housing block will save $10 off the registration fee!

Based on popular demand, the Platinum pass returns in 2011 and includes exclusive access to the Platinum Lounge; private meal functions; internet access; networking break treats; featured supplier amenities; preferred seating at functions; the Platinum Bucks program; a complimentary Luxury Travel Advisor subscription and more. The pass will be available for $200 and is first-come, first-serve. For complete details, visit LuxuryTravelExpo.com.

The Bronze pass includes full access to the tradeshow; sponsored meal functions; all conference programming, accreditation workshops and general sessions; a ticket to the popular Luxury After Dark Party; the pre-show virtual tool, Luxury Travel Expo Connect; the Luxury Bucks program and more! Early bird rate for this pass is $75. New for 2011, the show has launched a Gold pass and includes the benefits of the Bronze pass plus two lunch vouchers and two coffee cart vouchers which costs $100. Additionally, agents who pay with the American Express card can save an additional 10% off their registration fee.

Exclusive rates will be available at host hotel, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino for the discounted rate of $129. The housing block will open alongside registration.

Want to be notified when registration and the housing block opens? Please complete a brief form to be added to our distribution list! Questions can be directed to [email protected].

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