Sunday, August 24, 2014

2014 Africa Travel Association & Uganda Road Show Coming to Los Angeles, Atlanta, Washington, D.C. and New York

  The Africa Travel Association & Uganda Ministry of Tourism Launch U.S. Road Show, September 2nd-8th, 2014

 The tour visits Los Angeles (Dinner) September 2, 6-9 PM; Atlanta September 3, 6-8 PM; Washington, D.C. September 4, 6-8 PM and New York September 8, 6-8 PM.

The Africa Travel Association (ATA) with a high-level delegation from the Uganda Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities led by Honorable Minister Maria Mutagamba will launch a U.S. promotional road show with stops in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Washington, D.C., and New York in September. 

The road show is part of the promotions for ATA's 39th Annual World Congress in Kampala scheduled for November 11-16, 2014.

The goal of the promotional road show is to build business relationships and linkages between American tour operators, travel specialists, media and the Ugandan tourism industry. The road show offers event participants the opportunity to gather information about ATA's 39th Annual World Congress in Kampala, including official airline specials from Brussels Airlines, accommodations, pre-and post-country tours, as well as program highlights.

Each city stop features an evening networking reception hosted by ATA and local chapter members, including tour operators, in which travel industry professionals will have the opportunity to learn about ATA's 39th Annual World Congress and the Destination Uganda. In each city Brussels Airlines, the Official Congress Airline, will also raffle off tickets to attendees to win tickets to attend the Congress.

Please RSVP by emailing or call +1.212.447.1357. Kindly include your title and company affiliation along with your RSVP.

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Hi Bill, Hope you are well. Thanks for the post below and all that you do. I hope that I am fortunate enought to meet you one day.  Take care and let's stay in touch.   Kitty [Kitty Pope] 

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