Reach the Military Market at a Leisure Travel Show

Thursday, January 24, 2013 10:04 AM by Moira Davin

Participate in the Passport to Travel Show
Passport to Travel Show markets to soldiers, airmen and families. If you are interested in connecting with 200+ military consumers then partner with the TRCVB in our pavilion. Attendees are looking for activities to do in the area with their children or families so this is a great opportunity for attractions and activities. Attendees are also looking for travel ideas upon their return from deployment as 18,000 troops have returned to the area. Partner with the TRCVB in a booth and save!
DETAILS:
  • Date: March 6, 2013
  • Where: Army Family Covenant Arena, JBLM-Fort Lewis Main
  • Time: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.; set-up at 9 a.m.
  • Cost: $95 for one person, each additional person from your business is $50 per person. Included: a shared booth in our pavilion with your displays, one representative from your business, display your brochures, a buffet lunch and an opportunity to sponsor door prizes.

WHO SHOULD PARTNER?
Attractions, hotels, restaurants and anyone who wants to spread the word about their business and Pierce County to the military consumer.

ONLY SHOW PARTNERS
get to send a representative to the show, display their brochures in the booth, and have access to the generated contacts. Don't miss out!

SIGN ME UP:
RSVP by Friday, Feb. 1 to moira@traveltacoma.com.
Author: Moira Davin

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