Vermont Travel Industry Conference April 7 & 8 at the Stoweflake

first_imgThe 27th Annual Vermont Travel Industry Conference will be held on April 7 & 8, 2010 at the Stoweflake Resort in Stowe, Vermont. The event will feature compelling keynote speakers, pertinent workshops on industry topics and trends, and a trade show featuring over 30 exhibitors who sell products or services to the tourism industry.On Wednesday April 7th at 9:00 am, keynote speaker James Chung of Reach Advisors will educate the tourism industry on the Four Macro Trends and the Implications on Travel. Chung will discuss the major trends that will reshape the consumer market as it relates to the tourism industry including: generational shifts, gender differences, health and wellness behaviors, outdoor recreation trends, and household purchasing power.Thursday April 8th at 9:00 am, Steve Richer of the National Tour Association will enlighten attendees on the future of the tourism industry through his keynote presentation the Tourism Industry Crystal Ball: Where We Are, Where We Are Headed. Richer will pull from his experience working on the legislation that will become the Travel Promotion Act to discuss current border and public land issues, and provide attendees with a glimpse into the future and what we can do.The Vermont Travel Industry Conference will feature workshops from five educational, industry related tracks: Management, Miscellaneous Marketing, Media Relations, Social Media & Marketing, and Web Marketing. Some of the hot topics this year will include How to Effectively Publicize Your Business Through New Media Tools with Nicole Ravlin of PMG Public Relations, Sustainability and the Triple Bottom Line: People, Planet and Profit with Hans van Wees of Van-Wees, Inc., and How to Recognize, Evaluate, and Seize Money-Making Marketing Opportunities with Chris Diaz of Redpoint Marketing.If you are part of a tourism-related business or have an interest in the Vermont travel industry, this conference is for you! Registration is now open. For more information on participating in the event and to register, please visit the Vermont Travel Industry Conference website at www.vtic.org(link is external) and receive instant updates by becoming a fan on the Vermont Travel Industry Conference Facebook page. Source: VTIC. 2.16.2010last_img read more

Spacious, modern and secure home in Cornubia

first_imgThe open plan living and dining area opens to the back deck.The spacious master bedroom has an ensuite and an oversized built-in wardrobe while the three other bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The home has a neutral colour scheme, timber floors downstairs, new carpet upstairs and ducted airconditioning. Outside, there is a low-maintenance yard, two large garden sheds and a cubby house for the kids. A sunken lounge is at the front of the home.Ray White Shailer Park marketing agent, Natalia Nicholson, said the chef’s kitchen had a Blanco 900mm oven and gas cooktop, soft close drawers, a Miele dishwasher, white cabinetry and timber benchtops.More from newsLand grab sees 12 Sandstone Lakes homesites sell in a week21 Jun 2020Tropical haven walking distance from the surf9 Oct 2019A powder room and linen cupboard are just off the kitchen.Internal stairs lead to the upstairs living area and the luxurious family bathroom with separate bathtub, shower and chandelier. The bathroom has a glamorous feel.There is a double lockup garage to keep the cars out of the weather and side access for the boat, caravan or trailer.“This stunning family home is ideally located in the Logandale Estate, which boasts 24/7 security, a swimming pool and tennis courts,” Ms Nicholson said. “The home is also a short walk from the Riverlakes Golf Course located in the estate.”center_img The home at 26 Penina Cct, Cornubia is for sale.THIS modern two-storey home in a secured estate is new to the market in Cornubia.The property at 26 Penina Cct has four bedrooms, three living areas, two full bathrooms and a powder room. The front door opens to a foyer, a formal dining room and a sunken formal living area with built-in bookshelves. Further in, the open-plan lounge, kitchen and dining areas flow out through sliding doors to a entertaining deck. last_img read more