And now there are four….
In addition to the speakers that I announced in my first post about the BlogWorld and New Media Expo West 2011 Tourism track – the Abilene (TX) CVB and Authentic Seacoast Resorts in Nova Scotia – I’m now very excited to confirm that Caroline Bean from Visit Philadelphia and Brian Matson from Fargo (ND) – Moorhead (MN) CVB will be joining Tourism Currents at this year’s BlogWorld conference in Los Angeles, November 3-5.
I’ve known Caroline for years in my travel blogging hat, and met Brian for the first time in person at last year’s Symposium on Social Media in Tourism (SoMeT.)
Track topics and details coming soon, on this BlogWorld and tourism info page….
Nowhere else can you get social media education specific to tourism and hospitality PLUS the opportunity to connect with 8000+ bloggers and podcasters (we’re planning a blogger/CVB speed dating session, too.)
See you there!
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We’re looking forward to joining our tourism colleagues for what is going to be a great event. This is a tremendous opportunity to make the work we do better, to create a better online environment for travellers so they’re excited about tuning in to what we’re saying online. Great work, Sheila!
Doug at the Authentic Seacoast
Thanks, Doug – really happy to be presenting with such a distinguished group. 🙂
This is going to be a great experience! Looking forward to the event!
Thanks, Brian – I know you and all of our speakers/facilitators are super-busy folks and I truly appreciate you taking the time and effort to come out to Los Angeles, teach some of what you know to fellow tourism/hospitality pros and then plug into the BlogWorld blogger/podcaster/vlogger scrum. 🙂
No woodchipper required ( although we know you have one! – http://www.facebook.com/thewoodchipper )
Also, I personally haven’t been to LA in years, and have heard great things about how they’ve developed their downtown. Can’t wait to see it.