Los Angeles Times Travel Show 2012

Los Angeles Times Travel ShowThe Los Angeles Times Travel Show, which was recently named one of BizBash’s Top 10 Southern California Trade Shows and Conventions, comes back to the L.A. Convention Center on January 28 and 29, hosting exhibitors from all around the world on the largest show floor in the West. The 2012 Travel Show will deliver all-new themed areas that will be primarily focused on family and active vacations, cruises and luxury leisure travel. In addition to that, a culinary stage will also serve up regional and exotic foods with cooking and cocktail demonstrations.The popular Los Angeles Times Pavilion will also showcase The Times’ renowned editorial experts and will offer a plethora of practical information. The interactive presentations and Q&A sessions will highlight Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award-winning reporters and Pulitzer Prize winning photographers including: Christopher Reynolds, Mark Boster, Chris Erskine, Jen Leo and Kathy Pyon.

Catherine Hamm, Times Travel editor, and a whole host of guests will also be talking throughout the two day event. Don Wildman from “Off Limits”, Josh Gates from “Destination Truth”, Sarah Schlichter from IndependentTraveler.com, Alice Short from Times Features, and Booth Moore from Times Fashion are all scheduled to join headliners Rick Steves from “Rick Steves’ Europe Through the Back Door”, Lisa Ling from “Our America”, Arthur Frommer from Frommer’s Travel Guides, and Adam Richman from “Man v. Food Nation” for panels and discussions on topics like budget travel and the best locations for shopping.

Tickets will only cost you $10 and are available for pre-purchase at www.latimes.com/travelshow. There are also special promotions on tickets as well, like one child age 16 or younger admitted free with purchase of one adult ticket. Registration for the January 27 industry conference for members of the travel and tourism trade is $30 per person with all the details available at http://events.latimes.com/tradeday.

Source: Los Angeles Times – Los Angeles Times Travel Show Brings New Exhibitors and Speakers to 14th-Annual Event

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