Faith Travel Association Expands Its Presence at Travel Exchange 2015

FTAFaith Travel Association has announced plans to host the first “FTA Day” Conference during Travel Exchange in New Orleans, Louisiana on January 19, 2015. 

FTA will also host a Pavilion at Travel Exchange, which will showcase faith-based travel exhibitors from all over the world.

“As the only association dedicated to bringing the global faith-based travel industry together with faith leaders, FTA continues to gain momentum.  This first conference will give attendees an incredible opportunity to see what the excitement is all about, network with  faith-based travel professionals and learn how to cultivate more of this burgeoning niche for themselves,” said Z. Allen Abbott, executive director of Faith Travel Association.

Attendees of Travel Exchange will be able to participate in FTA’s concentrated professional development seminars, as well as network at sponsored FTA events, and tour the exhibits in the FTA Pavilion, all at no additional charge beyond the initial Travel Exchange registration.  

Travel Exchange attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in FTA’s first Speed Appointments session to exchange information about faith-based tours and destinations as well as those who provide services in this growing tourism sector.  

Registration for Travel Exchange 2015 opens at noon on May 22, 2014.  With approximately 3,600 attendees in 2014, Travel Exchange is one of the industry’s leading conferences that brings travel buyers, destinations and organizations face to face every year.  The show combines the NTA convention, the United Motorcoach Association’s EXPO and FTA’s conference to put the full spectrum of travel buyers and sellers on the same floor.  


Source = Faith Travel Association
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