Special 'Early Bird' Pricing and Substantial Savings Available for Members and Non-Members Now through December 31, 2011
BURBANK, Calif., Nov. 2, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Sacramento will serve as the host city for the California Travel Association's (CalTravel) 30th Annual 'California Travel Summit,' the state's Premier Travel/Tourism/Hospitality Education and Networking Conference, to be held June 4-6, 2012, at the Sacramento Convention Center.
Now through December 31, 2011 as part of the event celebrating CalTravel's 30th Anniversary, CalTravel Members receive special Early Bird registration rates including a 30% savings for additional attendees aged 30 and under. Non-Members may save $300 on conference registration if they join now as CalTravel members, while special incentives are being offered for exhibitors and vendors.
"The 30th Annual Summit celebrating CalTravel's 30-year Anniversary, will serve as a foundation for expanding and extending content and special offers for attendees," said CalTravel's President & CEO John Severini. "Attendees can expect a three-day event featuring world class speakers and panelists, extended education workshops and seminars, valuable networking opportunities, and new content that will appeal to all travel, tourism and hospitality managers and staff. Our new learning tracks and "under 30" sessions will be tailored to mid-management level teams who seek the newest approaches for business development. This is the first time we have offered early registration discounts and special rates to additional attendees under the age of 30. We encourage people to take part in these special offers by registering before January ."
For online registration and more information, visit www.caltravel.org.
The California Travel Summit has gained industry-wide recognition as one of the State of California's most significant opportunities for travel and tourism professionals to share and improve individual knowledge, refine business relationships and add a voice to ongoing political discussions. Participants are offered a host of professional development sessions aimed at raising awareness of legislative issues and industry trends, developing marketing strategies and improving business practices.
CalTravel is the unified voice for the California travel industry's political concerns. By advocating directly to the state legislature, the Governor's office, local and federal officials, businesses, and the public, CalTravel addresses issues that affect the state's tourism industry. CalTravel also aggressively seeks to ensure continued funding for Visit California.
SOURCE California Travel Association