Today's Your Last Chance For The Best Travvy Awards Ticket Offer!
Your last chance to get in on the liveliest party of the year at a reduced rate end at midnight tonight.
Tickets to the 2016 Travvy Awards are one of the hottest prizes in the travel industry. The second annual edition honoring travel's elite industry leaders will be held Wednesday, Jan. 6 at New York City’s Gotham Hall.
Today is your last chance to get the early-bird registration rates of $395 per seat and $3,500 per table. Starting Dec. 9, prices will go up to $450 per seat and $4,000 per table.
We are just under a month away from the return of what industry insiders called one of the hippest awards shows they’d ever attended. And this year, the accolades have gotten ever bigger, with an expansion of categories and the biggest awards of the travel year being announced for the first time live at the gala.
More than 39,000 agents and travel professionals voted this year, a 20 percent increase in voters from the inaugural event in 2015.
The gala will precede the New York Times Travel Show, so if you’re in town for the show you won’t want to miss one of the biggest nights in travel. Come network at our cocktail reception, get your picture taken on the red carpet, enjoy a lavish dinner and celebrate with the industry’s winners.
If you didn’t attend last year’s gala, see what you missed here. And get ready, as travAlliancemedia CEO Mark Murphy says the show promises to once again be the watercooler buzz of the industry.
Make sure you grab your seat or table now — the event is sure to sell out with only limited seating still available, so make sure you act now to get your favorite travel professional a holiday gift that will let them network with the industry’s elite stars.
If you’re interested in more information on the gala, contact travAlliancemedia Marketing Director Courtney Love at email@example.com or 856-505-1409.
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