Fourth Annual Romance Travel Forum Closes to Rave Reviews and Increased Business
(Boston, MA – July 5, 2017) Romance Travel Forum, an exclusive B2B event focused on destination weddings, honeymoons and other romantic occasions celebrated with travel, recently concluded with glowing reviews, and forecasts for increased business amongst participants. Produced by Specialty Travel Forums, a division of Travel Show Marketing Group (TravelSMG), an independent event organizer catering exclusively to the leisure travel agent channel, the event was held at the Paradisus Palma Real in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic from June 19 – 23, and welcomed a hand-selected audience of top-performing romance travel sellers and an elite group of supplier partners who cater to the lucrative romance vacation market. Interest in the fifth annual program is already seeing increased interest, and is set to take place at the Hard Rock Riviera Maya from May 7 – 11, 2018. (Click to Read More)
Romance Travel Forum 6/30/2017
"As a recognized leader in the romance vacation market, I’ve been asked to be a part of the exclusive 2017 Romance Travel Forum! I was personally chosen out of hundreds of travel sellers from across the US and Canada to be among this select group of top professionals! With my destination wedding and honeymoon clients in mind, I’ll be experiencing first-hand all that Punta Cana has to offer, including attractions and visits to the most sought-after hotel properties! Plus, I’ll have the chance to meet with providers on a global level representing the most romantic destinations, hotels, packaged vacations and so much more! With these important relations, and the personal service I can offer you, this is why you should let me help to make your romantic vacation dreams a reality!"
As a trusted authority in the family vacation market, I was hand-selected out of hundreds of travel advisors to attend the 2016 Family Travel Advisor Forum. During this exclusive event, I had the opportunity to meet representatives from the most sought after family destinations, properties, attractions and more. And, because I’ve been recognized as a leader in family travel, I took part in important idea exchanges with like-mind professionals who are committed to making their client's family vacation dreams a reality! Adding to this excitement, it took place in Cancun! So I am able to share details with my clients on properties like the Royalton Riviera Cancun Resort and Spa, and experiences that can be had at places like Xoximilco!
Travel Weekly 3/10/16
Agents can help show Hawaii's diversity of options
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Hawaii's Hunt for New Business Continued at This Year's Hawaii Travel Exchange on Maui
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TRAVEL INDUSTRY EXPERTS: TECHNOLOGY CAN'T REPLACE TRAVEL AGENTS
OTAs. Big data. Metasearch. Online reviews.
Should agents fear the future of travel, or embrace it?
The world of technology has evolved to process traveler data and make information more available to consumers. But a group of travel experts at the recent New York Times Travel Show said travel agents still offer the one thing the internet can’t: creativity. Read more....