Nancy Friedman Returns to the Luxury Travel Expo stage

NEW YORK, NY – June 2, 2011. Nancy Friedman, the Telephone Doctor, returns to the Luxury Travel Expo stage to share her best practices on “Seven Traits that Define a Dynamic, Successful Luxury Agent.” Her presentation at the 2010 show received rave reviews with advisors reporting that “she is a wonderful speaker who mixes laughter with real-world advice.” Check out LuxuryTravelExpo.com for schedule updates as more exciting speakers are added to the lineup.

The earlier advisors register, the more chances there are to be rewarded with our “Experience Extraordinary” incentive. Luxury Travel Expo awarded $1,000 during the month of May and there are plenty more opportunities approaching to touch and feel exhibitors first hand with phenomenal vacations, courtesy of participating exhibitors. Click here to register now.

Reservations are now being accepted for the 2011 host hotel, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Count on saving up to 57 percent with the show’s discounted rates available exclusively through the housing bureau. As an added bonus, advisors who register and reserve their stay in the block will save $10 on their registration pass. Visit LuxuryTravelExpo.com for more details on the show, registration, and housing details.
 

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