8.1.08 Sunny Miami and Travel Trade Invite you to the .travel Pavilion

Travel Trade’s Largest and Longest Running Show has Added a New Feature, the “.travel Pavilion”

The Leisure Travel Conference

Miami Hyatt Regency, November 15-18, 2008

Travel Trade Magazine, with over 79 years of continuous publication, will be hosting the 25th Annual Leisure Travel Conference November 15th through the 18th in Miami at the Hyatt Regency. As this is a historical year for the Leisure Travel Conference, Travel Trade wanted to add a new feature, the “.travel Pavilion.” This pavilion will be held in the convention center, available for all .travel members exclusively. It will be the highlight of the event, which draws 180 exhibitors ranging from international and domestic tourism bureaus, tour and cruise operators, resorts and hotels, travel associations and other travel industry entities. With over 1,000 total travel agents attending from the U.S. and Canada, this is a must attend event.

In order to accommodate participation of all attendees in the seminars and networking opportunities, this year the exhibitor trade show will take place on one day only, Monday November 17th, will various other trade specific seminars and sessions over the remaining three days. This year Travel Trade is delighted to invite the President and CEO of .travel, Edward A. Cespedes, to address the attendees in a panel discussion regarding technology and travel industry resources on the Internet. For more information on the agenda, please contact Scott Yuhanick

A Journey of Discovery, Diversity, and Determination…

Created by a non-for-profit organization dedicated to tourism education and the youth of Africa, the Africa Adventure Cape to Cape Expedition will take place March 2009. This unique journey features 5 vehicles crossing 2 continents and a total of 28 countries. The trek begins at Cape Agulhas, on the southernmost tip of Africa, and ends in Nordkap, Norway taking about 8 months to complete with a total of 40,000 kilometers; plus, the participants are all women.

To promote this awe-inspiring expedition, the African Adventure Cape to Cape Foundation launched as its official informational and marketing source late last year.

When asked why the Africa Adventure Cape to Cape Foundation adopted .travel, Enya Fehler, Chairperson stated, “We immediately responded to this new domain, as it clearly identifies what the website is all about – travel and tourism – no doubt it is a must have for every serious tourism player – total no brainer.”

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Who can register a .travel domain?
A .travel domain name is available to everyone who provides or plan to provide services, products or content in or to the travel industry. New travel startups are welcome, and that includes every new travel content provider.

Please enter your name without diacritical marks (accents, umlauts etc), using the unmarked character.

Please tell us how you plan to use your .travel domain name. E.g. Restaurant website, blog, hotel booking, travel agency site.