Moab Exhibits for Travel Professionals of Colorado
by VisitMoabUtah
 Travel Council Promotions
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Michele Hill
Michele Hill

Mini Travel Trade Show and Reception to take place soon and Moab participates.

December 1, 2009 at the Boulder Marriot

December 2, 3009 at the Denver Warwick Hotel

December 3, 2009 at the Manor Vail Lodge

Travel Professionals receive free admission. Registration to attend and further details can be found upon

A variety of Travel Credentials can be presented for admission to the 5:30 pm - 7:45 pm tradeshow with refreshments, door prizes and prime one-on-one time to learn more about the destinations exhibiting.

Among the attendees: International Airlines Travel Agent Network (IATAN0), American Society of Travel Agents (ASTA), Outside Sales Support Network (OSSN), National Association of Career Travel Agents (NACTA), Certified Travel Cousellor (CTC), Master Cruise Counsellor (MCC),  Travel Professionals Network (TPN), Distinguished Travel Professionals (DTP), Destination Specialists (DS), Certified Meeting Professional (CMP), Certified Government Meeting Professional (CGMP), Certified Meeting Manager (CMM), Certified Corporate Travel Executives (CCTE), Certified Special Events Professional (CSEP) and Corporate Travel Expert (CTE).

Moab Area Travel Council spreading the word: Moab Means Business (too)!

Moab Utah Meetings and Events Facility and Event Promoter will connect planners to Moab's Venues and Services. Michele Hill 435-259-1340.

Moab based businesses are invited to help announce: Another Reason to Love Moab: Meetings and Events! Link to the Meetings and Events website

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